Podcast: Sonic TALK180 - Mixing It Up

Sell it hard, monosynths, what are they good for? Mix tips      01/07/10

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66:6 mins

Those of you who made it live will have enjoyed normal video streaming service, now that England are out of the World Cup - serves em right , they were awful.

 

We're lucky enough to have Andy Shillito fresh back from mixing at Glastonbury Festival, which by all accounts, was a great weekend. Dave Spiers shares a mic with him at GForce Software HQ, and Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker is also with us.


Topics range from a fantastic sales video for the MPC3000 by the talented Mr Steve Ripley, monosynths, and their purpose in this world, we then move on to HomeStudioCorner.com 3 ways to improve your engineering skills, which spark quite a debate on the art of mixing and getting your creative mojo on.



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