Internal Mixing

Internal Mixing is aimed at all hard disk recording program users who do their mixing mainly with their computers. You need more than a wide selection of plug-ins for a professional sounding mix! Internal Mixing provides practical strategies for using computers to make powerful, clear, and perfectly balanced mixes and shows how to create them without expensive outboard equipment.

Internal Mixing is the most systematical and comprehensive tutorial on the market to enhance your mixing skills in a vast manner. This program is used by Abbey Road Studios to train their assistants as well as by Universities all around the world. If you want to become a superior mixing engineer this program is your choice!

Internal Mixing is independent of your choice of DAW or Mac/PC platform as the skills are true for all mixing situations including live mixing.

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Module Details

  • 1. Introduction
    Introduction into the concept of the 3 dimensions; defining the objective of the mix; retrospective; technical prerequisites for a good sound; the importance of bit depth; delivering the mix master to the mastering studio
  • 2. Mix Preparation
    Defined starting point for the mixing process; Converting MIDI to audio; Clear overview with track folders and color-coding; Working with groups; Compression in groups to save resources and “beef up the sound”; EQing groups to save resources and create “space”; Widening the stereo image in groups; Workflow overview
  • 3. Dimension 1 - Panorama
    Dimension 1: Horizontal = Panorama; Summary of the pan rules; Preventing phase interference; Phase interference commonly occurs in these cases; Masking principle; the stereo pan mode
  • 4. Dimension 2 - Part 1: Frequency Distribution (EQ)
    Dimension 2: Vertical = Frequency distribution; Dimension 2, 1st Aspect: Use of EQs; The frequency table; Breakdown of the frequency bands and their main points; The most important filter types; Working with Eqs; Remove first, then add!; Mixing a tight bass range; Basic EQ rules; Dimension 2: 2nd Aspect: Measuring the levels
  • 5. Dimension 2 - Part 2: Frequency Distribution (Compression)
    Dimension 2: 3rd Aspect: Compression; Basic compressor parameters and their use; What are transients?; Compressor types; Exercises using compressors for different tasks; Compressor summary
  • 6. Dimension 3 - Depth
    Layering with reverb and delay; Good reverb as a prerequisite for layering; Native and DSP-aided reverb; Using external reverb modules; Dimension 3 and its aspects in designing dept; Aspect 1: Pre-delay as a design component; Aspect 2: Eqing in reverb return as a design component; Layering strategies: Pre-fader or post-fader? / How many reverb units make sense? Planning depth / Delay instead of reverb / Delay in reverb or reverb in delay; Design with the help of mute and special FX
  • 7. Automation
    How to use Automation; When is the right time to start using automation in the mixing process?
  • 8. Editing individual Instruments Part 1 (Drums)
    Editing individual instruments: Tricks to treat drums, Doubling the BD or snare track; Other drum components; Offline-calculated convolution reverb to simulate ambience microphone tracks; Refining loops (doubling, gating, compressing, adding reverb); Loop editing exercise
  • 9. Editing individual Instruments Part 2 (Vocals & more)
    Editing individual instruments; Bass; Vocals; EQing on Vocals; DeEssing; Vocal Compression; Reverb & Delay; Aligning different-sounding takes; Editing breathers; Editing loose syllable endings in choirs; Special points of note when editing choirs; Proximity effect.
Author Friedemann Tischmeyer
Contains Videos, Frequency chart
Format Streaming
Length over 6 hours
Level Intermediate-Advanced
Provider Tischmeyer Publishing
Price $105.86

Customer Reviews

Reviewed by Kevin

I have been watching your videos and found it to be excellent and gives great information, my mixes are now coming out much clearer and balanced.

November 2012
Reviewed by Matthew

After years of picking up a tip here and there and having to work very hard more or less with trial and error I am absolutely ecstatic with the amount I have learned from Internal Mixing and Audio Mastering. They really are truly excellent and long needed.

November 2012
Reviewed by Richard

Can I just say this is the most brilliant and wonderfully clear educational material on music production I have ever seen.

November 2012
  

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