New Mixing Guide

iZotope releases Mixing with iZotope: Principles, Tips, and Techniques      18/03/14
New Mixing Guide


iZotope has announced the release of a new 70+ page guide entitled Mixing with iZotope: Principles, Tips, and Techniques.  They tell us that the publication, available free of charge in the iTunes store and through iZotope's website, provides valuable instruction and step-by-step guidance for anyone wanting to learn more about the process of mixing recorded audio.

Product Manager Brett Bunting, told us, "We're happy to announce the release of a companion guide to our mixing tools Alloy 2, Nectar 2, and Trash 2. We hope both iZotope and non-iZotope users will be able to walk away feeling confident about their mixing skills and empowered to take that next step with their audio."

iZotope describe the guide thus: Filled with insight that represents ten-plus years of audio research and development by iZotope, this free guide demystifies the art of mixing by exploring key components of the mixing process. With the added practical experience and perspective of mix engineer Sean McLaughlin of 37' Productions, this guide is a great starting place to explore a number of common mixing scenarios--from setting up a soundcard to delivering final, polished mixes.

Key Features:

  • Get started by setting up your equipment properly and preparing for your mix
  • Understand the many elements of mixing, including level, EQ, panning, and time-based effects
  • Learn how to get started with a mix and how to work with clients
  • Tackle common elements of a mix with specific recommendations for vocals, drums, bass, and more
  • Find out the proper way to finish a mix


Pricing and Availability:
Free.

More information:

 

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