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Artist Pro – David Gibson – The Art Of Mixing TUTORiAL


Artist Pro – David Gibson – The Art Of Mixing TUTORiAL
Artist Pro – David Gibson – The Art Of Mixing TUTORiAL | 4.19 GB
David Gibson's hugely popular The Art of Mixing, the book that has taught a generation ofmixing engineers, comes to life with over 3 and a half hours of vivid, animated instruction on one
feature-packed DVD! With Gibson's exclusive three-dimensional framework, you'll learn the right
way to create every style of mix for any style of music.

Topics covered include: descriptions and visuals of the functions of each piece of studio
equipment involved in mixing • specific concepts behind making a mix that is appropriate
for the music and the song • correlations between audio parameters and the visual paramaeters
of the “virtual mixer” • and much more!
CHAPTER 1
All Aspects of a Recorded Piece of Music
Aspect #1: Concept or Theme
Aspect #2: Melody
Aspect #3: Rhythm
Aspect #4: Harmony
Aspect #5: Lyrics
Aspect #6: Arrangement
Aspect #7: Instrumentation
Aspect #8: Song Structure
Aspect #9: Performance
Aspect #10: Quality of the Equipment and the
Recording
Aspect #11: The Mix
CHAPTER 2
Visual Representations of "Imaging"
Section A: Physical Sound Waves vs. the Imagined
Placement of Sounds Between the Speakers
Section B: The Space Between the Speakers
Section C: Visual Representations of Sounds
CHAPTER 3
Guides to a Great Mix
(Reasons for Creating One Style of Mix or Another)
Section A: The Style of Music
Section B: The Song and All of Its Details
Section C: The People Involved
CHAPTER 4
Functions of Studio Equipment and Visual
Representations of All Parameters
Section A: Volume Controls
Faders
Compressor/Limiters
Noise Gates
Section B: Equalizers
Frequency (Pitch)
Using Equalizers
Section C: Panpots and Stereo Placement
Section D: Time-Based Effects
Delays
Flangers, Choruses, and Phase Shifters
Reverb
Harmony Processors, Pitch Transposers, Octavers
CHAPTER 5
Traditions and Common "Musical Dynamics"
Created With Studio Equipment
The Dynamics in Music and Songs
The Dynamics Created by the Equipment
Section A: Volume Control Dynamics
Fader Volume Levels
Compressor/Limiters
Noise Gates
Section B: Equalization Dynamics
Section C: Panning Dynamics
Section D: Time-Based Effects Dynamics
CHAPTER 6
Styles of Mixes
Using Combinations of Multiple Settings to Create
High-Level Dynamics
Creating a Context or Style of Mix
Changing the Style of Mix in the Middle of the Song
CHAPTER 7
The Relationship of Musical Dynamics Created by
Equipment to the Musical Dynamics Found in Music
and Songs
Manufacturer: Artist Pro
Author: David Gibson
Duration: 2:39:21
Type of distribution: Video lesson
English language
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Artist Pro – David Gibson – The Art Of Mixing TUTORiAL
Artist Pro – David Gibson – The Art Of Mixing TUTORiAL | 4.19 GB
David Gibson's hugely popular The Art of Mixing, the book that has taught a generation ofmixing engineers, comes to life with over 3 and a half hours of vivid, animated instruction on one
feature-packed DVD! With Gibson's exclusive three-dimensional framework, you'll learn the right
way to create every style of mix for any style of music.

Topics covered include: descriptions and visuals of the functions of each piece of studio
equipment involved in mixing • specific concepts behind making a mix that is appropriate
for the music and the song • correlations between audio parameters and the visual paramaeters
of the “virtual mixer” • and much more!
CHAPTER 1
All Aspects of a Recorded Piece of Music
Aspect #1: Concept or Theme
Aspect #2: Melody
Aspect #3: Rhythm
Aspect #4: Harmony
Aspect #5: Lyrics
Aspect #6: Arrangement
Aspect #7: Instrumentation
Aspect #8: Song Structure
Aspect #9: Performance
Aspect #10: Quality of the Equipment and the
Recording
Aspect #11: The Mix
CHAPTER 2
Visual Representations of "Imaging"
Section A: Physical Sound Waves vs. the Imagined
Placement of Sounds Between the Speakers
Section B: The Space Between the Speakers
Section C: Visual Representations of Sounds
CHAPTER 3
Guides to a Great Mix
(Reasons for Creating One Style of Mix or Another)
Section A: The Style of Music
Section B: The Song and All of Its Details
Section C: The People Involved
CHAPTER 4
Functions of Studio Equipment and Visual
Representations of All Parameters
Section A: Volume Controls
Faders
Compressor/Limiters
Noise Gates
Section B: Equalizers
Frequency (Pitch)
Using Equalizers
Section C: Panpots and Stereo Placement
Section D: Time-Based Effects
Delays
Flangers, Choruses, and Phase Shifters
Reverb
Harmony Processors, Pitch Transposers, Octavers
CHAPTER 5
Traditions and Common "Musical Dynamics"
Created With Studio Equipment
The Dynamics in Music and Songs
The Dynamics Created by the Equipment
Section A: Volume Control Dynamics
Fader Volume Levels
Compressor/Limiters
Noise Gates
Section B: Equalization Dynamics
Section C: Panning Dynamics
Section D: Time-Based Effects Dynamics
CHAPTER 6
Styles of Mixes
Using Combinations of Multiple Settings to Create
High-Level Dynamics
Creating a Context or Style of Mix
Changing the Style of Mix in the Middle of the Song
CHAPTER 7
The Relationship of Musical Dynamics Created by
Equipment to the Musical Dynamics Found in Music
and Songs
Manufacturer: Artist Pro
Author: David Gibson
Duration: 2:39:21
Type of distribution: Video lesson
English language
Download link:

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