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E0hdwbgtqlkcjjmzp4we private mixing course level ii kajabi

Private Mixing Course Level II - Workflow Efficiency - SPECIAL SALE PRICE!

Take your mixing skills to a professional level

What you'll get:

  • Unlimited Access to the Private Mixing Course Videos
  • Ten 2-hour private lessons recorded for later review
  • Access to dozens of multitracks for mixing
  • Email access for questions between lessons
  • Modify the program to meet your specific goals

Learn how to be a professional mixing engineer from a professional mixing engineer!

 

The Program

Class 1: Workflow Efficiencies Part 1: The 80% Principle

The fundamental purpose of this course is to teach you how to establish an efficient workflow for the first 80% of a mix. The “first 80% of a mix” is the foundation from which all your creative work will built upon. The more efficient you become in this stage, the more energy will be left for the creative work that will make a “mix” into a “record”.

  1. Course Overview and Instructions
  2. Efficiencies for Levels and Panning
  3. Efficiencies for Equalization
  4. Efficiencies for Functional Compression
  5. Efficiencies for Vintage Enhancements
  6. Efficiencies for Basic Effects

Class 2: Workflow Efficiencies Part 2: Plugin Processing Workflows

This class will weigh the benefits and weaknesses of different processing workflows. It is important to establish a processing chain workflow that you are comfortable with and can work most efficiently with.

  1. Finding the Best Workflow
  2. Digital Plugin Only Workflow
  3. Analog Emulation Plugin Only Workflow
  4. Channel Strip Workflow
  5. Hybrid Workflows

Class 3: Workflow Efficiencies Part 3: Mixing Workflows

In order to establish an efficient workflow, you will need to incorporate good mixing habits and be able to interchange them as the mix deems necessary. This class will teach you how to replace your bad mixing habits with workflows that increase your efficiency and keep you from entering a mixing death spiral.

  1. Zoom-In  Zoom-Out Mixing
  2. No Solo Mixing
  3. Mixing Into Compression
  4. Top Down Mixing
  5. Integrating Mixing Workflows with Plugin Processing Chains

Class 4: Hip Hop Mix Part 1: Digital Only Workflow – No Solo Mix

This class will feature the 80% Principle on a Hip Hop Mix using a Digital Only processing workflow with No Soloing in the mix. The primary purpose is to show how quickly a mix can be put together without directing individual sounds. Because this is all programmed music, notice that the functional compression is prior to EQ.

  1. Levels and Panning 
  2. Functional Compression
  3. Equalization
  4. Vintage Enhancements
  5. Basic Effects

Class 5: Hip Hop Mix Part 2: Creative Enhancements

This class will focus on creative enhancements that are specific to Hip Hop music.

  1. Reverbs and Delays
  2. Filtering Effects
  3. Distortion Processing
  4. Transitional Effects
  5. Parallel Processing

Class 6: Hip Hop Mix Part 3: Finishing the Mix

This class will fine tune the processing and effects work from part 2 and begins the process of detailing and finishing the mix.

  1. Production Assessment
  2. Detailing Effects and Processing
  3. Automation
  4. Mix Buss and Mix Stem Processing
  5. Finalizing the Mix

Class 7: Rock Mix Part 1: Channel Strip – Mixing Into Compression

An aggressive Rock Mix is a perfect model for Channel Strip processing that is feeding into compression. Notice that the EQ is prior to the Functional Compression stage and all of this will be feeding into a mix bus or mix stem compression. Selecting the best compressor to mix into is an important decision that will shape the tonality of the entire mix as you build it. Choose wisely!

  1. Levels and Panning
  2. Selecting a Buss Processing Compressor
  3. Equalization
  4. Functional Compression
  5. Vintage Enhancements
  6. Basic Effects

Class 8: Rock Mix Part 2: Creative Enhancements

This class will focus on creative enhancements that are specific to an aggressive Rock Mix.

  1. Reverbs and Delays
  2. Filtering Effects
  3. Distortion Processing
  4. Transitional Effects
  5. Parallel Processing

Class 9: Rock Mix Part 3: Finishing the Mix

This class will fine tune the processing and effects work from part 2 and begins the process of detailing and finishing the mix.

  1. Production Assessment
  2. Detailing Effects and Processing
  3. Automation
  4. Mix Buss and Mix Stem Processing
  5. Finalizing the Mix

Class 10: Modern R&B Mix Part 1: Hybrid Mixing – Top Down Mix

Modern R&B mixes incorporate a lot of Hip Hop and EDM elements along with some of the traditional R&B, Soul, and Gospel influences. This hybrid style requires hybrid mixing techniques that have a Hip Hop edge, R&B sheen, and the shapeshifting elements of an EDM mix. Knock out that 80% quickly because you will your time and energy for the creative enhancements!

  1. Levels and Panning
  2. Vocal Sound 
  3. Functional Compression
  4. Equalization
  5. Vintage Enhancements
  6. Basic Effects

Class 11: Modern R&B Mix Part 1: Creative Enhancements

This class will focus on creative enhancements that are specific to a modern R&B Mix.

  1. Setting a Creative Direction
  2. Drum and Percussion Enhancements
  3. Instrument Enhancements
  4. Vocal Enhancements
  5. Recalibrating the Mix

Class 12: Modern R&B Mix Part 1: Finishing the Mix

This class will fine tune the processing and effects work from part 2 and begins the process of detailing and finishing the mix.

  1. Production Assessment
  2. Detailing Effects and Processing
  3. Automation
  4. Mix Buss and Mix Stem Processing
  5. Finalizing the Mix

Bonus Class: Final Mix Submissions

This class will feature the best final mix submissions from each student in the course, final assessments, preview of upcoming events and a PMC Level II wrap up.

  1. Final Mix Submissions
  2. Final Assessments & Advice
  3. What’s Next?
  4. PMC Level II Wrap Up