Printing alternative mixes


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Printing alternative mixes

Even though mixes in a digital audio workstation could be almost instantly recalled and changed, most mixers still print alternate mixes in order to make ultra-quick fixes during mastering possible. While alternate mixes with the vocal up or down a dB used to be the norm, today's mixers find that three types of alternate mixes can accomplish most fixes. The instrumental mix. (music playing) The A cappella mix. (music playing) And the TV mix. (music playing) An instrumental mix is often used to clean up objectionable lyrics and a song by editing in a small piece of the instrumental over the final mix of the lead vocal, that way the mix sounds a lot better than if the word is beeped out. It's also sometimes used for licensing television shows.

(music playing) By using a combination of the instrumental mix with A cappella mix, it's possible to raise or lower word that might be too loud or masked. (music playing) The TV mix is everything but the lead vocal, so the artist or band can appear o...

Printing alternative mixes
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Printing alternative mixes provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mastering Techniques

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Audio + Music
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iTunes Pro Tools
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