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Hallo Everyone,

Ola Eglund known from his band Feared and his countless Recording Tutorials on Youtube started a Mixing Contest

The winners have the chance to win prizes by the following Brands:
Randall Amplifiers, Seymour Duncan, Rocktron, Dean Markley, Warwick, Zildjian,
DDrum, Presonus, Toontrack, Systematic Audio etc

In order to participate visit the bands website ( and fill out the form. Beware that only one participation per person is allowed. Be patient after submitting your name and E-mail adress as it might take up to 12 hours before the tracks have been send to you.

You a free to do what ever you want: Make your best mix or make a remix. You are allowed to add your own parts and totally rearrange the Song.

Once you are finished upload the track to either Soundcloud or Youtube and tag it with the following content:
#fearedmixingcomp before February 5th 2013

A jury will than determine the three winners on 10th of February 2013

Also check out the official forum on

happy mixing and remixing


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Mixing Talk / Recording with click or not. What method is more common?
« on: October 19, 2011, 04:29:50 PM »
Hello there,

i had a long and interesting discussion about it on another board. Some say that some of the famous band don't use a click track. Like AC/DC or Iron Maiden or Kiss. An that it is more common to record without click.

What are your thought, experiences. I think that even great and most popular band do the recording with a click. It just saves so much time in later processes.

Fals or true?

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