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Mix Engineers For Hire / Re: mix off mix on my website?
« on: November 13, 2015, 06:32:46 PM »
It depends on the song, if you contact the person who posted the tracks, they should be able to give you permission, or put you in touch with the artist.

Alternatively, you could link to your mix, with a note that it was done for a mixoff here.

The mixoffs posted here are for education and fun, of course, so you don't want to imply that you were hired to do a mix that you weren't, if that makes sense.

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Mixing Talk / Re: Cool new plug for A/B during mixdown
« on: July 30, 2015, 03:42:35 AM »
I haven't but it looks cool!

Anything that let's you do a quick comparison with a finished mix will improve mixes a lot. Being able to adjust the relative volume, have multiple mixes, etc are great bonuses.

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Tutorials and Instruction / MusicProductionTips.net
« on: May 31, 2015, 03:11:47 PM »
This site has tons of short tutorials and articles related to mixing, using plug-ins to simulate analog tones, etc.

http://musicproductiontips.net/category/mixing-lessons/

There's also a good guide to promoting music on Youtube, and some plug-in reviews.

Much of the content is beginner-oriented, but there are some good bits even for old hands!

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Tutorials and Instruction / Please Read Before Posting!
« on: May 31, 2015, 03:04:31 PM »
This section is a place to list sites that provide good tutorials, particularly that relate to mixing. Written or video tutorials are great, if you're linking to a site, a general description is fine, if it's a particular tutorial, a description and maybe a few words about what it contains would be great.

If you've written a tutorial related to mixing, feel free to post it in this forum, as well, just create a 'subject' that describes what the tutorial is about.

Thanks!

John

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We still have a few slots available, if you know anyone in the Phoenix area who might like to attend, please pass the info along, thanks!

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Thanks!

It's the first time we've done this, hopefully it won't be the last!

John

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My good friend and owner of Audioconfusion Recordings, Jalipaz Nelson, and I will be conducting a drum recording workshop on November 1st, at his studio in Mesa, AZ.

We'll be talking about setting up the drumkit, tuning, muting, etc, as well as choosing and placing mics. But the real unique aspect of this workshop is the interactive structure we've created.

We're planning to spend the bulk of the 4 hours we'll be together trying out different ideas and techniques, both yours and ours. It'll be a chance to brainstorm, experiment, and explore.

If you're interested in spending some time expanding your knowledge of recording, come join us! It'll be both fun and informative!

We're keeping the number of attendees limited, and the price low, too. Come check it out:

http://themysteriesofrecording.com/drum-recording-workshop/

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Mixing Talk / MOVED: Mixing tips
« on: September 30, 2014, 05:30:54 PM »

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Welcome! Please Read Before Posting! / Re: Hello from VA!
« on: September 23, 2014, 04:45:27 PM »
Welcome, have fun!

Feel free to share some tracks, too, if you've done some recording. We're always looking for new stuff to mix!

John

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Forum Problems / Re: Fetching Preview Slow
« on: June 09, 2014, 03:05:23 AM »
No problem, it was a challenge. The guy at my hosting company was totally stumped.Somewhere, something got goofed up, but we never did figure it out. We just moved to a new server on a hunch.

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