Let me tell you, mistakes are easy to make in music production...
When I started out, I had no idea how to set up my sessions. I didn't know what gain-staging was and I regularly overloaded my tracks with all sorts of nasty clipping from too much gain and noise from too much compression.
I used to pile on the reverb without knowing anything about how amateurish my super-soaked mixes made me sound.
Just thinking about it makes me cringe. Take a look at that 414 microphone in the picture to the right. That microphone sounds great, but I'm pretty sure I pointed it end-first at an amplifier once. Talk about a rookie mistake. I'll go down in history as the only person who made the 414 sound bad.
Anyway, it gets even worse.
It wasn't just the basic recording and reverb mistakes that everyone makes. I also had no idea how to use routing, sending and subgroups to make my mixes simpler. Today I think simplifying your mix is one of the best things you can do to improve as a mixer. When you don't have a billion tracks in front of you, you can actually focus on the important parts of the mix.
Today, after learning from all of my own mistakes, as well as countless others, I can actually tell you exactly how you can avoid the mistakes and make better mixes.
I know exactly what to avoid, and I want you to know it too.
And you know what else is even more important?
I learned to use EQ to reduce muddiness in my mixes. I knew exactly how much reverb to apply, and how to tweak it so that it sat better in the mix. I routed, grouped, sent and gain-staged my mix in circles to make it simpler.
Making these mistakes was eye-opening for me. It made me better at mixing.
But the best part for you is, you don't have to make them.
Learn these mistakes from me and make your mixing effortless and easy.
A 10 part video series that goes over every aspect of these 10 mixing mistakes and How To Solve Them.
Mixing Solutions is a 10 part series that shows you how to overcome all the most common mistakes made during mixing.
The video solutions will show you exactly what to avoid with tricks on making your mixes sound more powerful than before.
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I felt your course gave me a lot of focus and really opened my eyes on things which i was guilty of stabbing at the dark in in the past. I'll revisit the lessons, but the eq advice (especially on the drums) and the explanation of sends and inserts (I'd never used sends before always inserts, leaving me reluctant to use much reverb) were a really good learning curve for me.
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