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wwFUN
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Does anyone have experience with any "How to Mix" video series? More of the 'purchased training' kind, and not so much the Youtube clips.

Are there any that are really good?
Or is mixing the kind of thing you really need a mentor for?
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Check out "30 days to a better mix" at The Recording Revolution. I think he has two or three of them now. They're free and are awesome videos. Also check out his other videos.

The other guy I like is his partner at Dueling Mixes (Joe Gilder). I especially like Joe because most of his videos are done in Studio One.

Both are free but both very good.
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And check out the videos by Johhny Geib. They are free, but don't let fool you...they are high quality, very informative, and entertaining to watch. I think Johnny Geib is part of Recording Revolution, too. Just do a search for his name on YouTube. And really, don't dismiss this as just another YouTube thingy...Johnny is a professional, who is actually in the music production business.
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And he's also a PreSonus forum moderator
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sirmonkey wrote:And check out the videos by Johhny Geib. They are free, but don't let fool you...they are high quality, very informative, and entertaining to watch. I think Johnny Geib is part of Recording Revolution, too. Just do a search for his name on YouTube. And really, don't dismiss this as just another YouTube thingy...Johnny is a professional, who is actually in the music production business.


This, and also Groove 3 videos are excellent. Bill Edstrom, a fellow forum-er, is behind these. Along with Jonny's vids, the Groove 3 are S1 specific, so may be of a better value for you.
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