PUREMIX John Paterno Mixing Robbie Williams TUTORiAL
John Paterno shows you how a hit pop song gets mixed.
Sit next to Grammy winner John Paterno while he explains to you, step-by-step, how he mixed Robbie Williams' hit song: "Don't Stop Talking".
Through this amazing 3 hour journey John starts from the foundation of the rhythm section and offers priceless insights on how he recorded the sessions and then he walks you through his choices of plug-ins and analog hardware to process over 60+ tracks.
After careful mixing of the lead vocals working with EQ, compression and effects to make it sit and float in the mix, John then covers his 2-bus processing chain that glue the tracks together perfectly. He then mixes acoustic and electric guitars, background vocals and all of keyboard tracks which are an integral part of the production.
No matter your skill level in sound engineering and music production, John Paterno's way of explaining his thought process makes it easy for everyone to absorb his techniques and methods to apply them on any mixing session.
Learn how to achieve a professional sounding pop record:
Background vocals effects to create that tight pocket around the singer during choruses
Electric guitar tricks to keep the wall of sound wide and smooth
Drum processing to maintain impact and drive the groove
Low frequency saturation to give bass that body and energy that never stops pumping the beat.
LYNDA Mixing Techniques for Pop Music Part 1 TUTORIAL-kEISO
Interested in producing the next chart-topping pop song? Or simply using classic pop techniques to blend the many different elements of today's modern multitrack recording sessions into one seamless song? In this course, multi-platinum producer, engineer, and mixer Brian Malouf demonstrates his hit-making mixing techniques. These lessons can be used on pop, jazz, country, folk, or any other recordings you want to turn into solid two-track stereo mixes.
Brian starts with the basics of creating a mix template and getting a good raw balance of the instruments in the mix. He then dives deep into signal processing techniques on many types of instruments, including drums, bass, guitar, keys, vocals, percussion, strings, and brass. He'll pick out and treat individual tracks with compression and EQ, add space with reverb and echo, and modulate the sound with flangers and phase shifters. Pro Tools is used throughout the course, but the techniques will work equally well with the DAW of your choice.
Customizing a mix template
Understanding the interplay of volume, panning, EQ, and dynamics
Processing lead and background vocals
Treating the bass guitar and synth guitar
Placing piano in the mix
Treating strings and brass
PUREMIX Combining Acoustic and Electronic Drums TUTORiAL
Ben Lindell shows you how to combine acoustic drums with electronic drum samples and grooves to shape the punchy rhythm section of a R&B song.
Modern music productions often blend the rich and natural sound of acoustic drums with the punch and drive of drum machines and samples.
In this video Ben Lindell will show you how to combine and shape these two different but complimentary sources to create the foundation of a rhythm section that you can use in any genre you will work on.
You will learn how to analyze and improve the phase relationship between bass drums, make snares pop out of the mix and get a a fatter, vibey sound, while at the same time using the natural overheads and room sounds to add depth and dimension to the groove.
All these aspects combined will give you a skill set to produce your next unique, refined and professional drum sound.
MacProVideo Rich Tozzoli Producing and Mixing Guitars TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
OK, so you’ve recorded your guitar tracks... Now what? Well, that’s exactly where this tutorial begins! Learn how to make your tracks really glisten with this amazing guitar production tutorial from Grammy-nominated and Surround Music Award-winning producer, mixer and sound designer, Rich Tozzoli.
Making platinum sounding recordings is Rich Tozzoli’s specialty. Rich reaches deep into his vast experience with artists like David Bowie, Ace Frehley, Al DiMeola, The Blue Oyster Cult, Average White Band, Emerson, Lake and Palmer and Hall and Oates to bring us a treasure trove of time-proven, award-winning guitar production wisdom.
This tutorial is all about guitar production techniques. These techniques are not tied to a specific DAW. The knowledge presented here is totally cross-platform and applies to every DAW!
So how does this tutorial work? First of all, you’ll be doing lots of listening; studying awesomely performed guitar tracks and learning why they are recorded in specific ways. Rich explains, in great detail, why and when tracks are doubled and sometimes tripled in unique ways as he explains his techniques and letting you audition the amazing results. He also shows you what kinds of plug-ins are used and lets you experience first hand how they are fine-tuned to produce the most incredible sensual sonic experience.
This tutorial starts off with a discussion of setting levels and using Aux sends. Then Rich takes you to the electric world. Here you’ll learn about amps and amp simulators and DAW track copying tricks and how they are combined to create that High-end sound.
Next you’re off to the acoustic world where you’ll learn about his mic techniques; how he blends, pans, EQs and compresses. Then there’s a not-to-be-missed section where he takes you into double-tracking and the totally transforming Hi String trick. Finally we’re off to the mixing effects and how to incorporate reverb, EQ, tremolo and panning.
This tutorial, Producing and Mixing Guitars is, perhaps, one of the best tutorials on this subject anywhere! So welcome and join Rich Tozzoli as he takes you on this 6-string extravaganza, exploring the eclectic and exciting world of our favorite rockin’ instrument: The Guitar!
PUREMIX Background Vocals Mixing Tricks TUTORiAL
Find out why background vocals are among the hardest things to "get right" on par with a professional production. You've prepared your background vocals the right way, now it's time to mix them.
Background vocals are one of the hardest things to get right: in addition to make sure they don't ruin your mix, there are some famous tricks that are present more or less in any production. Professional have been using them for years and most of the records you love probably contain some of these treatment methods.
Join Fab Dupont in an in-depth explanation of these methods and techniques: you will learn to manage the distance of the singer from the microphone, understand masking problems, get the background vocals to sit more in front or in the back of your mix without touching the volume fader, decide their stereo placement to improve their cohesion and enhance them with pitch tricks and other effects.
Sonnox: Oxford EQ and Dynamics
Universal Audio: Plate 140
Waves: Doubler 4
PUREMIX Mixing Hip-Hop Song Tangerine Girl with Ryan TUTORiAL
Engineer and producer Ryan West (Eminem, Jay-Z, Rihanna) explains a full mix, step by step, of Asher Roth's 'Tangerine Girl', from his album "RetroHash". This is the actual mix, as close it gets before it reaches mastering and final print.
Find out the workflow and decisions that determine Ryan's signature choices to a killer hip-hop mix.
In this video you will learn how to get deep and strong drum beats, handle bass frequencies in hip-hop standards, get your vocals to sound in-your-face and spacious at the same time (as in every top-notch hip-hop production), tight background vocals and a killer master bus chain to give the final glue and patina to the track.
Universal Audio: 1176LN, 1176AE, LA2A, Cooper Time Cube, Lexicon 224, MXR Flanger/Chorus, SPL TwinTube Processor, Roland Dimension D, Dangerous BAX EQ, SSL G-Buss Compressor, Ampex ATR-102 and more
Waves: C4, CLA-Guitars, H-Delay, C1 Gate, Renaissance Verb
SoundToys: Decapitator, Crystallizer, Devil-Loc
Avid: DigiRack EQ
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.