Mixing Tutorial For Singer-Songwriters

Recording School Online releases music mixing guide on video      12/09/07

Mixing Tutorial For Singer-Songwriters


Recording School Online has released The Singer Songwriter Music Mixing Guide, a video set that they say offers a wealth of production and mixing techniques designed exclusively for those mixing and recording Singer-Songwriter music.
A Recording School spokesperson told us, “All styles of music are uniquely different. They have a different sound, different lyrical content and often different instruments. The music production between genres can be dramatically different. Because of this, the techniques for mixing will also vary considerably. The Singer Songwriter Music Mixing Guide was produced exclusively to work with the many details of mixing the Singer-Songwriter genre of music.�
This four video set includes information on:
  • Recording tools and plugins
  • Mixing Techniques
  • Working with dynamics
  • Working with tonal color
  • Working with effects
  • Vocal mixing
  • Acoustic and Electric guitar techniques
  • Editing
  • Arrangement
  • Clarity in the mix
  • Reproduction techniques for radio and small systems
  • How to achieve analog warmth
  • More...
In addition to the techniques presented in this video a demonstration of a complete mix is included. The instruments that are mixed step by step and include:
  • Vocals
  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Electric Guitar
  • Lap Guitar
  • Bass Guitar
  • Drums
  • Keyboards
  • More
This video course also goes into detail on the use of equalizers, compressor/limiters, DeEssers and digital effects.
Pricing and Availability:
Available for immediate download for both PC and MAC for $76. More information:



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