Over 130 home studio musicians have already jumped on the introductory discount offer of the Drum Mix Toolkit.
I just want to say THANK YOU to you all!
If you haven’t, you might still be wondering how the Drum Mix Toolkit will take your drum sounds from mediocre to amazing?
I’ve been answering your questions via email lately but I thought I’d answer them all here in case you had any of the same questions.
If you’re on the fence about whether the Drum Mix Toolkit is right for you, here are some frequently asked questions:
“How is this different than other drum mixing tutorials?”
The Drum Mix Toolkit includes practical, easy to use tips that you can apply right away to improve your mixes. You won’t have to listen to hours of video to get to the good stuff.
You can jump right to the section you need the most work on, whether that’s using transient designer to shape your drums or EQ tips to create separation and power in your mix. The complementary videos show you in-depth exactly how to apply the specific tips found in the eBook.
“What genre does this apply to?”
You can use the tips and tricks inside the Drum Mix Toolkit for every genre. I mostly mix rock, folk, punk and metal.
If you’re an electronic music producer that only uses loops and samples the practical mixing tips will help you improve the sound of any drum, electronically sampled or otherwise recorded.
“Is this for beginner or advanced engineers?”
The Drum Mix Toolkit included the whole spectrum of knowledge I’ve learned from mixing drums for the last 11 years. It’s designed to be a comprehensive guide for whoever wants some extra tips to improve their drums sounds.
Whether you need simple help on balancing your drums, EQ’ing and compressing, or more advanced techniques like finding the right reverb, using transient designers and sample replacement, the Drum Mix Toolkit is for you.
“Can’t I just find all this stuff on Youtube?”
You sure can! But it’ll mean a lot of searching for the right videos, wading through poorly explained techniques and watching a bunch of ads. Instead, with the Drum Mix Toolkit, you’ll get the most valuable techniques I’ve learned in the last 11 years of mixing drums, all in one place!
With both your reference book and complementary videos (that are quick, concise and immediately practical), you’ll get your one-stop-shop of drum mixing techniques so you don’t waste your time on Youtube.
“I use only midi drums, or only mix drum samples. Realistically, will the Drum Mix Toolkit help in that situation?”
Absolutely! The same processes apply when it comes to using EQ, compression, transient designers, reverb and other processors to make a good drum mix.
I use some one-shot kick and snare samples in one of the videos as well. In addition, sample replacement is pretty close to making things midi or using samples in a way.
I use the home recorded drums analogy and that type of recording in the tutorial because it’s maybe a little harder to get a good sound from them than midi drums or samples. So if you can do that, you’ll definitely be able to really level up your midi drums and hip-hop samples.
365 Day Money-Back Guarantee
Remember that if you’re still not sure whether the Drum Mix Toolkit will help, I offer a 100% money-back guarantee.
So take the Toolkit for a test drive and use some of the tips and techniques in your mixes. If it doesn’t work out you can always email me and ask for your money back.
If you’re not happy, I’m not happy taking your money. It’s as simple as that.
Discount is Running Out
If you want to take advantage of the 40% introductory discount you MUST act before Thursday.
If you email me on Friday and hope to get the discount I won’t be able to give it to you. It’s just not fair to those who have already bought. I reward those who take action to invest in their skills so come Thursday night, the discount goes away for good.
I also won’t be keeping the Quick Mixing packages you can get with the Drum Mix Toolkit at such an affordable rate so that’s all the more reason to get your Drum Mix Toolkit today.
What Are People Saying Already?
I’ve received some great praise from some of the home studio musicians who’ve already grabbed their copy.
Yanni Caldas said he had learned, “a better ear in the sense of knowing which frequencies to listen for, whether it would be for kicks, aux percussion, cymbals. Knowing which frequencies to listen to have made a huge impact in my productions by creating a more crisp drum section that drives the piece.”
Paul Tarvydas told me he, “…knew very little about mixing drums. The toolkit gave me an overview, a place to start and how to think about mixing drums.”
Finally, I received an anonymous survey response from a loyal customer:
“I own almost all your content. You are a great teacher and explain things very well. Over the last couple of years, I’ve learned to TRUST you and your contant that there will be value in it for me. Also, the price is just right. Any more expensive, I wouldn’t be able to afford your lessons. Thanks for being one of my teachers …you are in an elite group with Graham Cochrane and Joe Gilder and Ian Shepherd!”
I’d love to know who you are! If you wrote this please email me back and introduce yourself 🙂
You can read more testimonials from other home studio musicians and engineers over at the Drum Mix Toolkit sales page.
I hope I’ve convinced you of all the value you’ll get from buying the Drum Mix Toolkit.
If you want to learn from more than a decade of drum mixing experience, grab the Drum Mix Toolkit here:
If you’re STILL not convinced, I’ll be sharing one of my most asked-for video from the Toolkit tomorrow. Keep an eye on your inbox for it then.