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Hello guys,

I would like to share my mix and know your opinions about it.
Going to play some sets in underground clubs so I will be greateful for your feedback!


Hope you will like it ;)

https://soundcloud.com/damian-kabasz/delusion_s



Cheers!



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Tutorials and Instruction / Re: Watch Tutorials or just try to build something?
« Last post by schubert on December 14, 2019, 11:36:05 AM »
I would suggest to just throw your self in the deep end and use your ears  :)

At first you will struggle, then you will end up with mixes that sound amazing to your ears, but when you wake up the next morning, it will should like absolute garbage.  :P This is all part of ear training and learning and figuring out how your ears/listening works for mixing, how long can 1 session last.

The most important thing I've learned was from comparing my mixes with the mixes made by the best in the business.
I load my favourite tracks alongside my tracks in the DAW, and used stock EQ the master bus to aggressively cut all frequencies except for the range I wanted to perfect, then listen to similar parts of the song in my mix and song in the reference mix.

I also used bx-solo plugin by "Plugin Alliance" (Free), and compared stereo imaging of my favorite mixes.


Cheers, you'll get there

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Mix Engineers For Hire / Mixing & production available
« Last post by Other Ideas on December 07, 2019, 10:21:47 PM »
Hello there ,whoever is reading this.

Long time musician here, who has now transferred into the world of music mixing and production.
When i say production, im talking about the experience of loving music in all its forms, all my life, all 45 years of it.

My own musical tastes are very broad and ive mixed and produced everything from Afrobeat to ethnic music, and other genres as well. I've put some of my mixes up on my Soundcloud page >  https://soundcloud.com/sassyf

If you want your music to kick ass and you want your mixes sound like someone put their soul into the mix, im your guy.
If you want your music to sound beefy, punchy and shiny, look no further.

Life is short, lets get to it. Should my offerings please you, message me and let's get it done.


Sasu

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Mixing Talk / Minimalism and Mixing
« Last post by hollidayfast on December 04, 2019, 08:20:54 AM »
I was just reading a website with a nice article about minimalism, and thinking about my plug-in collection. I've been pretty hesitant to add new plugs, but I still have managed to collect a good number, some of which I never use, some which I use rarely, and some which I use on almost every track. I'm thinking it's time to filter out the junk, but it made me start thinking about what the right number is.

Clearly, we all need at least one of each of the basics; reverb, delay, eq, compression. And I have a couple of things I use a lot, like an amp sim, tape saturation, melodyne, and Aptrigga. But then I have a bunch of variations on those plugs, at least 5 different compressors, 5 reverbs, a few delays, chorus, etc.

I remember working in analogue studios, doing mixdowns with 1 reverb unit, 1 multieffects (spx90), 1 DOD delay, and 2 alesis 3630 compressors, and the board's eq (tascam 3700, I think!) And those mixes came out really well! Even the nice studio I worked at didn't have loads of outboard, the board was an Otari Concept One, there were at least a couple of compressors, and reverb, but nothing like I have in my computer!

How many plugs do you have, how many do you use. Do you think there's an advantage to limiting yourself to a set of core plugs that you know well? I don't imagine I'll ditch all of the plugs, but those specialty plugs that only come out once in a while can be put away in a folder I suppose. Anything to help with focus, and keeping me from wandering around menus trying to find the perfect  reverb...
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Tutorials and Instruction / Watch Tutorials or just try to build something?
« Last post by miyabhai101 on November 15, 2019, 12:22:54 PM »
Hello everyone. I have a question. Is it even worth continuing to watch tutorials, or is it better to just try to build something and just accept that you won't know how to easily do it and will struggle through it.

I feel like I'm stuck in this loop where I keep finding tutorials on building cool things but I don't ever do anything for myself. Not only does this mean that I don't build my own stuff but also tend to forget what I learned in the videos anyway.

Almost seems like the videos are hampering my progress but for some reason I just keep gravitating back to them. 9apps apk cartoon hd app
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Mix Engineers For Hire / Online mixing service - Soundchop Studio
« Last post by Andrew Sniahirou on October 25, 2019, 07:27:28 PM »
Do you want your music to sound loud and punchy? Soundchop Studio will help you turn your recorded tracks into studio quality releases!

Hi, my name is Andrew Sniahirou, and I’m a sound engineer at Soundchop Studio. I offer mixing and mastering of guitar music – all kinds of metal, rock, and indie stuff. I’ve been working with musicians from many corners of the world – Norway and Finland, Russia and Israel, Ukraine and Belarus!

Check my previous works, rates, and info at https://soundchopstudio.com
Feel free to contact me via email or Whatsapp with any further questions.

Let's make some good music together!



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Mix Critiques and Feedback / Slow funk tune
« Last post by munmun on October 21, 2019, 06:47:28 PM »
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Welcome! Please Read Before Posting! / New guy!
« Last post by AudioElemental on July 24, 2019, 01:33:29 AM »
Hello fellow mix engineers! I am new to this site, I hope to meet some new people, learn new things, and get some great reviews on my mixes. I love this sites concept that recording engineers can post multies and people can download them, mix it, and show off their skills. Can't wait to post!

A little bit about me: I am from the USA, and I have been mixing for about three years now. I went to the Conservatory for Recording Arts and Sciences in Gilbert, AZ for my education, and I also have an AA in Music Business that I received from my local community college. I am currently working in the broadcast audio side of things mixing programs for TV. I would love to own my own studio one day and really get into mixing music, but for now broadcast audio pays the bills. I currently mix 'In the box' on my MacBook Pro, and typically mix using Pro Tool 12. I will sometimes use Logic Pro X for composing beats and mixing, but I generally prefer PT. I own dozens of Wave plugins, McDSP plugins, Plugin Alliance, and various other ones. I currently have to mix with my ATH M20x headphones because a high frequency driver went out on one of my M-Audio BX 5's, and I moved so I don't have the mixing space I used to have.

So I hope to be posting soon, and getting some good feedback from some of you!

Thank You!
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Mixing Talk / Re: Multitracks needed for research project
« Last post by JimmyD150155 on July 01, 2019, 07:06:44 AM »
Hi Drea
I have a project that you could help me with, I am not a great vocalist so dont worry about vocals but the overall mix needs a lot of work. How can I send to you. I use Protools.
Jim D
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