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In this course, author Bobby Owsinski reveals industry tips, tricks, and techniques for producing professionally mixed audio on any digital audio workstation. He offers recommendations for setting up an optimal listening environment, highlights the most efficient ways to set up and balance a mix, and shows how to build a powerful sound with compression. The course also explains how to master the intricacies of EQ; incorporate reverb, delay, and modulation effects; and generate the final mix.
Hi! I am Bobby Owsinski. If you're watching this video, it's probably because you are either new to mixing and aren't sure what to do or your mixes aren't anywhere near where you'd like them to be. Mixing is one of those things that you have to learn by doing. The more you do it, the better you become. I will take you through how to optimize your listening environment; the most efficient way to prepare and set up a mix; how to properly balance your mix; (music playing) the best way to apply EQ to the various instruments, vocals, and loops in order to achieve a big-sounding and powerful mix; the best way to add effects like reverb, delay, and modulation to make the mix sound bigger and fatter; (music playing) how to build a mix around the most interesting mix element; and the differences between an amateur and a pro-sounding mix.
I will take you through all the areas of mixing that will not only get you on the right track but possibly cut a lot of time off your learning curve as we dig deep into the world of mixing.
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