Chris Lord-Alge on mixing (an interview from recordproduction.com)

I found this AMAZING 40 minute interview with one of my all-time favorite mixers.. Chris Lord-Alge.  He is interviewed by Nigel Jopson.  This video is courtesy of RecordProduction.com [wp-jw-player src=”http://recordproduction.com/chris-lord-alge-video640.html” image=”http://mixcoach.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Chris_Lord-Alge_interview_on_MixCoach.png”] If you are having trouble viewing the video Click Here Chris Lord-Alge is one of my favorites (or favourites as Nigel would spell it)……

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MixCoach Podcast 011 : An Important Principle To Keep Your Mixes Consistently Great

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On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin talks about how he uses reference mixes to keep him consistent. He also discusses how he picks his reference mixes.

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MixCoach Podcast 010 : How The Words You Use Affect Performance

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On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin talks about what vocabulary should be used or avoided in the studio. Why harsh words are not the answer. Dismantling the bomb with words.

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MixCoach Podcast 009 : Fine Tuning Performance With Diplomacy Not Plug-ins

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[audio:h ttp://mixcoach-podcast.s3.amazonaws.com/MC005WhatsMissingInManyVocalTrackingWorkflows.mp3 ] 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.

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MixCoach Podcast 008 : How The Vibe Of The Studio Affects Performance

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[audio:h ttp://mixcoach-podcast.s3.amazonaws.com/MC005WhatsMissingInManyVocalTrackingWorkflows.mp3 ] 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.

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MixCoach Podcast 007 : How What You Have In Your Fridge Affects What Goes On Tape

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[audio:http://mixcoach-podcast.s3.amazonaws.com/MC007HowWhatYouHaveInYourFridgeAffectsWhatGoesOnTape.mp3] On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin talks specifically about his personal studio kitchen checklist. He talks about what snacks, drinks, and other things he provides clients and why. Links Mentioned in the Podcast: Keurig Coffee Machine Throat Coat Tea Entertainer’s Secret Question: What do you have in your fridge/ snack machine that…

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MixCoach Podcast 006 : A Life Saving Tip For The Studio Owner, Mixer (and anyone really)

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On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin discusses checklists and great systems to implement in your studio, productions, and mixing.

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Check out my new book- It releases April 12 2011

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.

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MixCoach Podcast 005 : What’s Missing In Many Vocal Tracking Workflows

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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.

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MixCoach Podcast 004 : Workflow And The Studio Environment

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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.

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