MixCoach Podcast 107: Kevin’s recap of NAMM 2017

In this episode, Jon and I chat about my recent experience at the 2017 NAMM show in Anaheim, California. I stumbled upon Chris Lord-Alge (one of my favorite mixers) doing a mixing clinic for Mix with the Masters. We also talk briefly about Barefoot Footprint01’s and MixCoach Member. If you have questions for us, go to…

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MixCoach Podcast 106: Keith Thomas interview

It’s funny how perfection can keep you from doing things.  Last week, I think I named the podcast the wrong episode.  So THIS episode is 106… I think Also, I did this interview with Keith Thomas back several years ago and just never got around to releasing it because I wanted it to be perfect.…

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MixCoach Podcast 104: Where You Been Kevin?

In this episode of the podcast, Kevin talks about where he’s been in the last few months…. He also covers what you can expect going forward and even a link for you to ask questions.. who knows, your question could be on the next MixCoach Podcast. We are looking forward to hearing from you. Download…

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How To Land A Career In The Recording Industry

How To Land  A Career In The Recording Industry This week I have been thinking a lot about the number of young engineers coming up with the same dreams and aspirations as I did years ago, a lot of which may never get a chance to see these dreams come true. The main reason being…

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The “Very Best” Plug-in Choices For 2017 (PART 2)

 The “Very Best” Plug-in Choices For 2017 (PART 2) Last week we talked about the “Very Best” plug-in choices for the new year, including which of the hundreds of plug-in models, types, and recreations that are the absolute best for the job. We even talked about what the “best” model or recreation of some plug-ins are,…

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The “Very Best” Plug-in Choices For 2017 (PART 1)

 The “Very Best” Plug-in Choices For 2017  It’s that time of year again! With 2016 behind us it’s a great time to look back at the work we have done and think about how we can improve over the year ahead. With that comes a lot of thought and talk about the tools that we…

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Three Ways To Keep People From Judging Your Mix Too Early

In a world where people make decisions very quickly, you need to know these three tips on how to make the right first impression when people listen to your mix.   For more information on MixCoach Pro Member or for information about Mix Feedback, visit MixCoachMember.com. 

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3 Ways To Add More Confidence To Your Mix

[This was a guest post that I did for Graham Cochrane over at TheRecordingRevolution.. Check him out!] Have you ever been sweating over a mix only to find that you push the snare drum up a db, then pull it back down? You add more ‘verb to the lead vocal and then wonder if that…

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Do You Want To Be A Busy Engineer?

It’s simple actually… You have to start by gaining someone’s trust! If you decide that you want to record your cousin’s rock band, then make sure that you do it as if you were getting paid the “big bucks” for it… even if you are doing it for free. When people see that you are…

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3 Tips For Mixing Holiday Songs

  It’s the Holiday season! So it’s appropriate to write a bit about Holiday mixes. For the past few years without fail I have mixed at least one festive track. Sometimes the projects come to me in June and I’ll crank down the air conditioner, wear a fuzzy sweater, and try to get in the…

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