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Old 09-26-2003, 01:28 PM
dchband dchband is offline
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Default GENERAL Mixing advice???

I'm needing to learn to mix real well. My raw tracks are good and ready to mix. (ie, keeper vocals, drums, guitars, etc.)

I know how to automate the faders, and I know that you pan the guitars left and right. That's about it. I want this music to sound like big rock music. (Alanis Morrisette type thing, polished raw rock.)

Any advice?
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Old 09-26-2003, 02:14 PM
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Default Re: GENERAL Mixing advice???

This should help get you started. It's a great step-by-step tutorial on mixing a pop song from beginning to end. Follow along with it while you mix and see how you do.

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