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Mixing Talk / "Blood to Bone" has some "legs"
« on: May 31, 2012, 06:23:02 AM »
Not sure where I should post this, hopefully this place is as good as any...

Just thought it might interest those who took part in the "Blood to Bone" mix comp many moons ago.  The track was used as the soundtrack for the film footage from an international Bodyboarding competition.  Being the guy who mixed it, I was pretty stoked. ;D  Check it out here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=T1ahlVppYPQ

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I'm just starting out, but I already have some very happy customers.  My rate for a typical mix of drums, bass, guitar, keys & vocals is $235 per song.  Check out some of my mixes on my here: http://soundcloud.com/coldroom-studios/sets/coldroom-studios-mixes
Contact me via email: fhumble@tpg.com.au
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Coldroom-Studios/253451044674073

No explicit or violent lyrics please - "G" rated stuff only.

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Forum Suggestions / Suggestion for Mixoff Guidelines
« on: February 27, 2011, 01:02:26 PM »
Mixing a tune is all very well & good, but since most are here to learn & improve, I get the feeling that most people want feedback on their mixes... They wanna know if it's any good, great or completely hopeless, & if so why?,  how can they improve?
What I'd suggest is that a condition of posting a mix should be that you give a critique of at least one of the previous mixes.  
This is truly a win-win situation... Critiquing other's mixes is a great way to develop your "golden ears", & getting critical appraisal of your own mixes is one of the best ways to improve.  
I can say this authoratively, because for the past 3 or 4 years I have regularly critiqued mixes on "Bash This Recording" over at recordingreview.com.  In total I reckon I would have critiqued probably 2000+ mixes in that time, & it has been the best possible learning experience for me (outside of actually working in a professional recording studio, of course).
This is really a "pay it forward" situation - when it's done right, it breeds an atmosphere of respect & mutual helpfulness... It works fantastically over at Recordingreview.com, & one or two other sites have it happening as well.
I'd really strongly recommend this kind of initiative... it will save the site from becoming just another "look how much super-expensive gear I've got", & "look how great I am" sites that are unhelpful & just plain elitist. (...say no more!)

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