MixCoach Podcast 045 : Upping Your Game With Gear!

In this episode, Kevin talks about what gear he would suggest to take your engineering to the next level. Jon and Kevin discuss everything from hard drives to converters. They also give the names and extension’s of their retail sales representatives, feel free to give them a call!

Sweetwater Sound: 1(800)222-4700
Zach Neels – Ext. 1388
Robby Resnick – Ext. 1368

Question:What gear do you have that took your skills to the next level?

By Jon Wright

As a graduate of MTSU with a degree in Audio Engineering and Technology Jon has been working as a full time mixer and engineer in Nashville. He loves running, writing, and all forms of entertainment. He also enjoys long walks on the beach with his wife.

2 comments

  1. You mentioned the (Beats by DR dre) headphones in your podcast, Iv just got some recently, actually having a good listen to them now actually! they are fantastic headphones however, having great headphones makes no difference to your mixing what so ever unless you know what your headphones are capable of and most importantly what a good mix sounds like on those head phones. I think you touched on that abit in the podcast, and I couldn’t agree more!
    Iv mixed for years on a pair of cheap sennheiser’s think there 201’s but they seriously are nothing special, no more then £20 which is about $30 price range, and To be honest I have used them for so long that I almost dont want to use these DR Dre headphones coz i know my other headphones so well that i dont to ruin my perception of what good mix sounds like as silly as that sounds! and I know exactly what they can and cannot deliver. I try and avoid using loads of different pairs of headphones for mixing and just get to grips with A pair. Same goes with speakers, you could have lets say a pair of NS10’s arguably the best you can get (dont take my word for it) but unless you spend allot of man hours listening to those NS10’s and really learning the intricacies of the speaker, you wont get the best out of it and especially your mixes, as mentioned in the pod cast you need to form a relationship with your gear, only then you can get the best out of your gear and yourself as a mixer/ producer. Im a 22 year old producer from the UK, I havent been mixing all that long, but this is what i have found from my experience, and Hope this enlightens anyone who reads it 🙂

    1. Great words Paul. You are right. It’s about “the relationship” with your gear.. knowing what it’s capable (and not capable of) and learning to work within those boundries.

      Thank you for the comment!

      Kevin

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