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Getting into Mixing. Need advice!


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Where do I begin? I know this is an extremely broad subject.. but I just don't know where and how to start. :cry:

 

When I go on YouTube, there are about a gazillion different videos on the subject, it's overwhelming. Maybe a good book or something? Or the type of instructional video that you pay for?

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http://www.pensadosplace.tv

 

Pensado's Place is a great show to start with. Its very pop music centric, and he's talking about a very high level of the mixing industry, but the tips and advice can be helpful for anyone. You also get to see great guests talk about some great recordings in all genres, and its updated frequently.

 

The only downside is that Dave and the people he knows have a tendency to hype very expensive plugins because often cost isn't an issue for them. We don't need expensive plugins to sound good, and neither to they, that's just a luxury that comes with lots of work and experience.

 

http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=29283

 

That is also a (IMO) legendary thread that has some of the best advice you're likely to find. Its a very long read, but I think someone over there has condensed it into a PDF and its worth reading. It is in sharp contrast to Dave Pensado's style.

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http://www.pensadosplace.tv

 

Pensado's Place is a great show to start with. Its very pop music centric, and he's talking about a very high level of the mixing industry, but the tips and advice can be helpful for anyone. You also get to see great guests talk about some great recordings in all genres, and its updated frequently.

 

The only downside is that Dave and the people he knows have a tendency to hype very expensive plugins because often cost isn't an issue for them. We don't need expensive plugins to sound good, and neither to they, that's just a luxury that comes with lots of work and experience.

 

http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=29283

 

That is also a (IMO) legendary thread that has some of the best advice you're likely to find. Its a very long read, but I think someone over there has condensed it into a PDF and its worth reading. It is in sharp contrast to Dave Pensado's style.

 

Wow, thanks for your reply! I would rather stick to just using Logic's built in plugins, for now. I wonder if there are any threads that talk about just using Logic plugins?

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