Famous for the quality of its musicians and the refinement of its music, the Japanese Progressive rock scene provided such prestigious representatives as Gerard (For the symphonic side), Ruins (For the Zeuhl side) or Kenso (For the jazz-rock fusion side). As far as the so-called Canterbury school is concerned, the local reference is Ain Soph. This major instrumental quartet produced some of the best gems in the genre, which is however significantly dominated by Anglo-Saxon outfits. This unique combo plays a music that combines extreme delicacy with a great technical perfection, the whole thing being illuminated by an outstanding melodic and harmonic richness…
Creative mixing tricks, massive input lists, live-tracking, Snarky Puppy… Eric Hartman shares precisely how he brings audio to life in this amazingly informative episode of Pro Studio Live.
Learn to mix pop with Brian Schueble! Brian is an audio engineer who has been working with artists such as Dave Matthews, Jason Mraz, Sons of Anarchy TV show, Papa Roach, Backstreet Boys, Barbara Streisand, and many others. In this session, Brian shows us how to perform mixing magic! He mixes in a completely digital environment, so many of you will be able to apply his techniques.
Compressors are the most mysterious of all studio processors, and yet they are one of the most important in today’s music production. Whether you’re into recording, mixing, mastering, live sound, broadcast, or podcasts you need to know how to use compressors. In this event Engineer/Producer/Educator Ian Sutton will dig into digital audio compression, basic compressor controls, some advanced compressor controls, different types of compressors, what compressors are commonly used for certain instruments, how to setup any compressor on any instrument and much more.
We’ll teach you step-by-step what goes into getting a great sounding pop rock mix! In this Mixing Pop Rock course we’ll be covering, Drums, Percussion, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, and Vocals. Effects used such as EQ, Compression, Reverb, Delay and Automation will be analyzed in detail.