How to Make Your Recordings Crush Most People’s Final Mixes [Free Workshop]
There’s something immensely satisfying about hard-hitting guitars and slamming drums rocking your speakers.
As an alt-rock/metal teenager growing up on bands like Tool, Deftones, In Flames and Soilwork, I just love a good hard rock production.
But I cringe whenever I hear poorly played, thin-sounding metal riddled with performance errors and amateur recording mistakes.
It’s incredibly difficult to fix poor performances, however much you want them to rock hard. It needs to be good at the source if you want it to sound good in the mix.
There’s no other way around it.
Yesterday I told you a ridiculous story about the illegal mice making rodent rock in my home studio, but the lesson of the story was that you can’t make great records if your recordings suck.
And today I’m sharing a FREE workshop that teaches you to make your recorded tracks sound better than some people’s final mixes!
This is a brand-new workshop from Jordan Valeriote of Hardcore Music Studio, with three detailed videos on making great final mixes by starting with great sounding tracks.
If you record hard music like rock, hardcore, punk or metal then you’re going to love this free workshop.
Jordan has a great track record (no pun intended) of recording some high-profile artists for major labels for the last 10 years.
In the workshop, he’ll be sharing three exclusive videos of all the techniques he learned to get from amateur demos to major label releases.
The three videos in the workshop are entirely free and there are no strings attached.
So if you want to improve your recording skills and capture great sounds and takes every time, click this link to get started.