On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin discusses checklists and great systems to implement in your studio, productions, and mixing.
In Pro Tools 9: The Mixers Toolkit you will get hands on with a real Pro Tools session as you start arranging, EQing, compressing, bussing, effecting and automating a modern demo into a hard hitting, radio ready production. … As you read along, you will discover dozens of Pro Tools 9 features and shortcuts, as well as tricks and techniques that can be applied to any workstation.
Have you ever wondered how many takes is enough for a good comp? On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin talks more about his vocal tracking workflow, going into the performance aspect, how many takes to do, and how to build trust with your clients.
On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin discusses the first meeting with a vocalist. He talks about energy, personality dynamics, and when to have the vocalist sing.
Any time I have a problem in Pro Tools that I can’t explain, I usually find that “trashing the preferences” solves the problem for me. I found out about this “one-click” fix that automatically trashes my preferences and databases so that the weirdness will go away .
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[audio:http://mixcoach-podcast.s3.amazonaws.com/MC003TheMostImportantQuestionYouCanAskYourClient.mp3] On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin discusses the first meeting with a vocalist. He talks about energy, personality dynamics, and when to have the vocalist sing. He relates these elements to mixing, production and engineering as well.
[audio:http://mixcoach-podcast.s3.amazonaws.com/MC002TheThreeMostImportantThingsInVocalPreProduction.mp3] On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin talks about the 3 most important things to keep in mind during vocal preproduction. Covered in this episode is: emotion, appropriate songs, production, what range works.
This first episode just introduces everybody and tells you why we did this podcast “interview style”. It’s the easiest and quickest way for me to get information to you, the future or current “hit” mixer. Thanks for listening, enjoy the show. Be sure and comment below! Kevin
I know you’ve had this problem. You get the vocal sounding bright enough, then you notice that the “S” sounds and “T” sounds are making your ears bleed. The solution to this problem could be a de-esser. I’ll show you how to use one in an upcoming post. Finding the right de-esser is the trick…
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