Mixing Pop In Pro Tools

macProVideo.com announce Mixing Pop Music Tutorials by Sarah McLachlan's Engineer, Chris Potter      10/08/09
Mixing Pop In Pro Tools


macProVideo.com has announced the release of a new tutorial called Pro Tools 402: Mixing Pop in Pro Tools.Here's what they have to say about it... This new tutorial takes you through the process of mixing a Pop song for radio, CD, or internet delivery. You'll learn how to mix drum kits, bass, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, and keyboards. Of particular note, there's a large section on mixing both Lead and Backup vocals to provide the type of presence that makes vocals truly sparkle in the mix.
This 4-hour tutorial is produced by Chris Potter. Chris is Sarah McLachlan's Lead Engineer, and in this tutorial he demonstrates time-proven tips and techniques for making pro-sounding Pop music.
With over 22 years of experience mixing at the highest levels of the industry, including over 10 years as the Lead Engineer at Bryan Adam's Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, Chris uses this tutorial as a platform to show you deep secrets about mixing Pop that you'd normally only learn by apprenticing in a Pro recording studio for years.
Pricing and Availability:
This tutorial is available for download from macProVideo.com's website for $49.50, or you can subscribe to their Online Tutorial Library for $25 a month and watch this (and all other) macProVideo.com tutorials.
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