Free Step By Step Mixing Hip Hop Series
If you mix hip-hop and rap music you’re in for a fun treat today.
There have been a lot of new subscribers lately who work in the hip-hop genre so I thought I’d make something special for them.
Even if you don’t explicitly work in this genre, but still use beats, 808s, and software synths in your mixes, you’re going to get a lot out of this.
It’s a brand-new step by step mixing hip-hop series where you can follow along as I mix a song from scratch.
In the first video we talk about:
- Breaking down and simplifying the mix into its production elements
- General rough balancing using the 1 dB rule
- Adding mix bus processing to get a good rough mix immediately
The song I’m working on is called “Get It” by Anthony Barber and be forewarned: the hook really sticks in your head.
Also….I got some new duds…check it!
There’s much more to come as this is just the first of ten videos in this free hip-hop mixing course so make sure you subscribe to the Youtube channel to be notified whenever there’s a new episode.
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Here’s what a couple of students have been saying about the book in the past:
“Within a few weeks, my approach to mixing changed from being overwhelmed to having fun”
“As a rookie home producer, I finally found Audio Issues offering this fantastic guide that gave all the bits and pieces, that I gathered from the internet, a context and an easy-to-understand explanations. Björgvin encourages its readers with practical tips to try and experiment, rather than just reading. His material I recommend for beginner and experienced enthusiasts!” -Arjan van Wijk
“Spot-on mixing guide that will give you great results in your mix.”
“I use this for myself and with students in the Music Technology A Level and Music Practitioners RSL (like a L3 BTEC) courses I teach. I’ve found it to be VERY readable, accurate, easy to follow and apply and my students find it really useful. It is not overly long but is very practical and Bjorgvin clearly knows his stuff. Highly recommended for live and studio mixing of audio on both professional and academic levels.” -Dan