Mixing philosophies


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Mixing philosophies

We've come to a very exciting portion of the course, the mix, but before we dive in and actually mix I would like to discuss my mixing philosophies and approaches for a few moments. What we're looking at here is the Arrange window of the final mix. I have all my tracks in the order that I like them to be in and if we take a moment to look at that I prefer to put the vocals up top, I like to group the instruments in sections. So we have vocals, vocal samples, drums from low frequency on up starting with the kick drum, the top loops and the year candy to the crash cymbal, the transitional sounds and then the bass followed by the keyboards and if I were to have guitars in a mix I would put them after the keyboards, but I like to think of my mix like a house, you built the foundation first and then you construct the rest of the house.

Another way to think of a mix is if you're in the Goodyear blimp and you were staring down on a baseball field and the vocal is the pitcher's m...

Mixing philosophies
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Mixing philosophies provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing a Song in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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