PUREMIX Gearfest 2015 Mixing a Rock Song TUTORiAL
Watch Fab mix a rock song by Vifolly in front of a live audience on the Sweetwater stage at GearFest 2015
Nobody should have to move to Indiana to see Fab Dupont mix a rock song. Here is your opportunity to watch him work his magic from the comfort of your own studio.
get a chance at mixing the song yourself by downloading the multitrack. Using the best audio equipment currently on the market and factory plugins, he will impart major techniques vital to the mixing process such as summing, parallel compression, monitoring and others.
PUREMIX Gearfest 2015 Mastering a Jay Stolar track TUTORiAL
Fab Dupont masters "When I'm Acting Crazy" by Jay Stolar ft Snarky Puppy live on stage at GearFest 2015
Why do the top mastering engineers charge so much? Hint, it's not the gear in their racks.
Fab breaks down the process that goes into transforming a good sounding mix into a great sounding record. Watch as he uses EQ, mid/side processing, and level matching to enhance his mix for accurate playback across all listening devices.
Watch and learn how to master, from a master, using all analog equipment.
Ask Video MixMaster 101 Mixing Dance Music Essentials TUTORiAL
Mixing electronic music is an adventure. It requires an advanced set of skills. We’re pleased to introduce you to MixMaster Daniel Wyatt to show you the essentials of mixing dance music. So learn to mix with Danny!
All mixing, whether you're doing rock, jazz or even classical, has a specific set of tools for each genre. Dance and/or electronic music is no different. In this course, top dance music mix and mastering engineer, Daniel Wyatt, explains some of his favorite EDM mixing essentials that ensure that his mixes are as dynamic and cutting edge as they can be.
In his 34-tutorial course, shot both with live video and screen capture, you learn all kinds of top-notch techniques. See how Danny uses saturation to add color and grit to his tracks. Watch as he deploys different kinds of compression and reductive EQ to add richness and carve out space in his mixes. Most of all you’ll enjoy Danny’s on-camera quick tips and insights as he so clearly and cheerfully explains his mixing philosophy.
Danny is an exquisite instructor and there’s lots to be learned in this 34-tutorial course. So set aside some study time and learn everything that MixMaster Wyatt has to offer. We know you won’t be disappointed!
PUREMIX Andrew Scheps Mixing Fly Rasta Out of the Box TUTORiAL
Watch Grammy-engineer Andrew Scheps mix a song entirely on his Neve 8068 console with tons of analog outboard
Grammy-winning engineer Andrew Scheps mixes the song Fly Rasta by the amazing Ziggy Marley, this time using exclusively hardware equipment.
This is the way records used to be made and it is a truly exceptional learning opportunity for all aspiring producers and engineers.
In this 2-hour video Andrew Scheps mixes Ziggy Marley's song on his 2 analog Neve 80-series consoles explaining all his decisions, sharing his extensive rear bus parallel compression concept and using the best vintage gems from his world-famous wall of gear.
This video is a deep dive into the analog world, getting to the roots and origins of compression and equalization techniques and unveiling sometimes-forgotten workflows that will be truly inspiring to all engineers.
This video is the follow-up on the full mix of the same song, done entirely in-the-box.
Watch the video here, compare the two mixes then download the same tracks from Andrew's session and mix your own!
Console: Neve 8068 (x2) with Flying Faders
EQ: Neve 33102, Lang EQs
Dynamics: Urei 1176LN (Rev.D and Rev.A), dbx 160VU, Neve 2264, RCA BA6A, Spectrasonics 610, Chandler TG1
FX: Eventide H3000, Aphex II Studio Exciter, Aphex 204, SPL Transient Designer
PUREMIX Preparing Background Vocals for Mixing TUTORiAL
Learn how to prepare your background vocal tracks for mixing with a solid method and structure that can help you achieve the sound you are looking for.
Background vocals are fun, but they can be frustrating at times: so many tracks, so little time.
Before actually mixing them, part of the professional sound you've heard in countless records is achieved by having a solid method in preparing them.
Your workflow and approach will be key to being able to shape them the best way for your tracks.
In this video, Fab unveils his method to keep things under control when your song is empowered by some beautiful (and no longer dangerous) background vocals.
Lynda The Gigging Musician: Songwriting on the Road TUTORiAL
Writing songs while traveling is a great way for artists to stay productive away from the studio. With an iPad and inexpensive music apps, musicians can develop song ideas from anywhere, whenever the inspiration strikes. Watch author Garrick Chow and his band The Jellybricks write a song while on the road to a gig in New York City. Hit the road with with a touring band and see the tools they use to write, and watch the process of the song taking shape in real time. If you're interested in the more technical side, Garrick will review the mics, cables, keyboards, and apps he uses to record on the road. Then, back at home, he jumps into GarageBand to demonstrate techniques for moving files between the iPad and Mac, as well as mixing and sharing the track. The course wraps up with a full band live performance of the new song in their rehearsal studio.
PUREMIX Producing Heavy Guitar Sounds TUTORiAL
Watch Fab Dupont and Grand Baton discuss how to shape wild guitar tone with pedals, amps and microphones.
In this video, Fab Dupont and Grand Baton share the secrets behind Grand Baton's incredible guitar tones.
Guitar by guitar, pedal by pedal, amp by amp, mic by mic, every step in the process of achieving wild new sounds is described and outlined. This is great information and inspiration for guitar players and producers alike.
This video is the follow up of the Mixing Carribean video: Here
'74 Gibson SG
Various esoteric guitar pedals.
Mesa Boogie Head
Shure Microphones: SM7, KSM313, KSM44