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Udemy Music Production The Art Of Mixdown And Mastering TUTORiAL screenshot
P2P | 03 September 2022 | 4.88 GB
Learn How To Mixdown Effectively Every Single Time !!!

Omar has mixed down 1000's of tracks from his label and his own !!!

Omar Meho Breaks Down What Makes A Successful Mixdown Using Diagrams And Easy To Break Down Steps.

Mixing down is the art of balancing sounds

Includes Templates, Track Layouts, Samples, Diagrams and more Downloadable Resources!!

Learn useful techniques such as: Panning, EQ, Compression, Saturation & More!

Ever wanted your record to sound like a successful pop hit! Take this course!

Learn from methods used by the top producers!

If you are new to Ableton you must buy this course!

Learn How To Use Ableton The Right Way!!!

Omar Meho is a resident DJ in Ibiza, he has played in front of 12,500 people at a festival, recorded mixes for the BBC he will teach you how he has made over 200 tracks in the past 8 months as a producer. He runs his own record label and has signed his successful E.P's and Albums to over 10 record labels in that time. Having plays on BBC Radio 1 and support from some of the world's top DJ's and producers including Marco Carola, Adam Beyer, Guti, Chris Stussy, East End Dubs & more.

What you'll learn

•Learn How To Understand A Crucial But Difficult Part Of The Music Production Process Which Is Mixing Down.
•Learn How To Mix Down
•Learn How To Use Ableton
•Learn About Audio And MIDI

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"Mixdown" is actually the process of exporting/rendering. I think Omar means "mixing". The preview was pretty half-assed as well. I think you'd be better off checking out the oldie but goldie book by David Gibson, which ironically is called "The Art of Mixing".

Even if this tutorial isn't for me personally, I appreciate the effort and uploads, Sunny.

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