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booter
09-06-2013, 09:50 PM
Yup ... check it out!

One of the best engineers and one of the best Pro Tools gurus come together to show you some killer techniques used by the best of the best.

Enjoy and please spread the word!

>>> Click here <<< (http://secretsofthepros.com/sotp/Mixing.html)

kbdboy00
09-07-2013, 07:40 AM
http://secretsofthepros.com/sotp/Mixing.html

thank you for sharing, this is great ! :-)

musicman691
09-07-2013, 08:16 AM
Yup ... check it out!

One of the best engineers and one of the best Pro Tools gurus come together to show you some killer techniques used by the best of the best.

Enjoy and please spread the word!

>>> Click here <<< (http://secretsofthepros.com/sotp/Mixing.html)
Nothing but a front end for a collection of YouTube videos

bangbangbang
09-08-2013, 07:05 AM
Nothing but a front end for a collection of YouTube videos

is it good ? anything that is free is rather skeptical :o

musicman691
09-08-2013, 08:41 AM
is it good ? anything that is free is rather skeptical :o
The page linked to is only as good as the YouTube videos that are linked to. The videos are okay but nothing special.

francois
09-08-2013, 09:38 AM
Some good tricks but audio quality is not good enough for details...
You have to buy the DVD...........

bangbangbang
09-08-2013, 10:37 AM
You have to buy the DVD...........
so afterall it's an advertisment to buy the DVDs ? *sigh*

Benoni
09-08-2013, 04:40 PM
Yup ... check it out!

One of the best engineers and one of the best Pro Tools gurus come together to show you some killer techniques used by the best of the best.

Enjoy and please spread the word!

>>> Click here <<< (http://secretsofthepros.com/sotp/Mixing.html)

This is the Secrets of the Pros guys. They make good stuff IMO, or at least they did - I haven't watched any of their stuff for awhile, but I did buy Advanced Pro Tools Volume 2 and 3 several years ago.

PT 6.9 and 7 were used in the videos, so it was quiet a long time ago. BUT you could still watch those DVD's today and most of the info is still relevant.

booter
09-10-2013, 12:09 PM
Hello ...

ALL of the Pro Tools training is still relevant ... we checked every bit and I was a 9 year Product Specialist for Avid. Plus from PT 8 on Avid/Digi has posted really good tutorials on the new features.


Also, check out the Pro Series ... 5 days at the Plant with one of the best in the audio world.

Look under 'About Us' for our credentials and endorsements.

Enjoy and please share share share!!!!

:-)

booter
09-10-2013, 06:47 PM
Not an ad!!!

There is TONS of FREE content ...


We're doing this Free/donate if you want ... we'll post more content if people donate. We have a LOT more from some of the best minds in audio.


Mike Clink ... who sits on the Producers & Engineers Wing of NARAS endorses the series ... check it out!

:-)

Southsidemusic
09-10-2013, 06:56 PM
Not an ad!!!

There is TONS of FREE content ...


We're doing this Free/donate if you want ... we'll post more content if people donate. We have a LOT more from some of the best minds in audio.


Mike Clink ... who sits on the Producers & Engineers Wing of NARAS endorses the series ... check it out!

:-)

Well the "title" of your thread is kinda missleading seeing that most vids I found were 3-4 min each so just say goto youtube and search mixing tips :rolleyes:

musicman691
09-11-2013, 04:19 AM
Well the "title" of your thread is kinda missleading seeing that most vids I found were 3-4 min each so just say goto youtube and search mixing tips :rolleyes:
Kind of what I was getting at. Nothing you couldn't find searching YouTube.

booter
09-14-2013, 11:18 AM
Also check out the page on setting up a room properly ... most people do this wrong and it makes mixing very difficult.

We interviewed one of the best room designers out there! :-)

http://secretsofthepros.com/sotp/setuproom.html


Enjoy!

musicman691
09-14-2013, 02:14 PM
Also check out the page on setting up a room properly ... most people do this wrong and it makes mixing very difficult.

We interviewed one of the best room designers out there! :-)

http://secretsofthepros.com/sotp/setuproom.html


Enjoy!
Is it Ethan Weiner - he's about the best out there.

marmotman
09-17-2013, 09:33 AM
Just checked out the "mixing" guitars video.

Its a showcase, in the loosest of terms, for Trash, GTR and Eleven. Absolutely no info or technique on mixing. Not a compressor, EQ or bus in sight, just a bit of panning.

Seems like a nice chap, tho :rolleyes:

DonaldM
09-19-2013, 12:42 PM
Also check out the page on setting up a room properly ... most people do this wrong and it makes mixing very difficult.

We interviewed one of the best room designers out there! :-)

http://secretsofthepros.com/sotp/setuproom.html


Enjoy!

Love the fact that he's using the exact same monitors I have - those are the JBL LSR 4300 series. Love how they sound and they are perfect for this kind of project studio, such as I have.

Southsidemusic
09-19-2013, 01:20 PM
Love the fact that he's using the exact same monitors I have - those are the JBL LSR 4300 series. Love how they sound and they are perfect for this kind of project studio, such as I have.

Can you give me some info on those monitors please ;)

We are thinking about the JBL's for the pre production room as we already have a Genelec 1032 x 5 and the biggest sub Genelec have and mixing 5.1 so in the new room we only have the NS10's and we need something completely different just cause it is fun :-) Are you happy w/ JBL and how much are they in the US?

Thanks
Chris

DonaldM
09-20-2013, 10:30 AM
Can you give me some info on those monitors please ;)

We are thinking about the JBL's for the pre production room as we already have a Genelec 1032 x 5 and the biggest sub Genelec have and mixing 5.1 so in the new room we only have the NS10's and we need something completely different just cause it is fun :-) Are you happy w/ JBL and how much are they in the US?

Thanks
Chris

Hi Chris - Sure. I LOVE my JBL's. I have a pair of JBL LSR 4326P's. (http://www.jblpro.com/catalog/General/Product.aspx?PId=27) Besides the fact that they sound great, you can also tune them to the room. The set come with a DVD and program that you can use to set up your speakers to your room. There is a mic included that you plug-in just for tuning the speakers. For inputs you have standard 1/4" jacks, XLR's and S/PDIF. There's also a USB input so you can connect the speakers to your computer to run the software and/or use the software to change the settings on your speakers. Also, there is an ethernet connection so you can connect the speakers together where one is the main and the other(s) slaves. You can then use the remote control to turn on/off, up/down or change the settings.

Now that I have a S/PDIF output on my Focusrite interface, I am getting S/PDIF cables to run from that to the speakers. That will allow me to have the output from Pro Tools go through the Focusrite only and bypass my Mackie Mixer altogether when doing final mixes.

I bought them brand new about 5 years ago and have NEVER had an issue with them of any kind. At the time, I paid $1,000 for the pair. You can see all the specs on the webpage link I gave you up top.

Let me know what else you want to know! I think for a project studio, or pre-production room like you're mentioning, they will be perfect!

Southsidemusic
09-20-2013, 12:44 PM
Hi Chris ...

Let me know what else you want to know! I think for a project studio, or pre-production room like you're mentioning, they will be perfect!

Big Thank You Donald. The trim gear looks awesome and after your post I read up a bit on them and they seem to have a lot of fans :-)

We are gonna go and listen to them in the morning seeing our dealer have a pair setup in their demo room that is prefessionally accoustic treated. Again Thank you very much for taking time to post about them :-)

I think we are buying a pair tomorrow.

Will post back as soon as we have been there and maybe we have them with us back to the studio aswell :p

All The Best
Chris

DonaldM
09-20-2013, 03:35 PM
Big Thank You Donald. The trim gear looks awesome and after your post I read up a bit on them and they seem to have a lot of fans :-)

We are gonna go and listen to them in the morning seeing our dealer have a pair setup in their demo room that is prefessionally accoustic treated. Again Thank you very much for taking time to post about them :-)

I think we are buying a pair tomorrow.

Will post back as soon as we have been there and maybe we have them with us back to the studio aswell :p

All The Best
Chris

If you're willing to share it, I'd be curious to know what they cost over there where you are.

I think you will be happy with them!

Southsidemusic
09-20-2013, 05:24 PM
If you're willing to share it, I'd be curious to know what they cost over there where you are.

I think you will be happy with them!

Hi

Yea they are MSRP $1347 and we might be able to get that down some.. Maybe like 1100-1200 if not a bit less but for a pair in the store they are $1346.79. We are looking at them in the morning swedish time zone so in about 8-9 hrs.

Thanks again Donald for the help. Will post back when we have tried them out.

Best Regards
Chris

DonaldM
09-21-2013, 06:15 AM
Hi

Yea they are MSRP $1347 and we might be able to get that down some.. Maybe like 1100-1200 if not a bit less but for a pair in the store they are $1346.79. We are looking at them in the morning swedish time zone so in about 8-9 hrs.

Thanks again Donald for the help. Will post back when we have tried them out.

Best Regards
Chris

Look forward to hearing your reaction to them.

bangbangbang
02-02-2015, 02:14 AM
looks like the link is dead ? :(

albee1952
02-02-2015, 12:26 PM
looks like the link is dead ? :(
It IS after all, over a year old:o But a simple search of youtube will turn up most anything that would have been found, anyway.

Becharax
02-04-2015, 12:15 AM
I love those tutorials !! :)