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Senior, Mike

Mixing Secrets for the Small Studio (Kartoniert / Broschiert / Paperback)

Reihe: Focal Press

Taylor & Francis Ltd., April 2011

342 S. - Sprache: Englisch - 236x191x27 mm

ISBN: 0240815807 EAN: 9780240815800

For those with limited time and resources achieving a high quality mix can be hard work. Taking a simple and step-by-step approach Mixing Secrets will serve as the perfect primer for anyone hoping to achieve high quality results without breaking the bank. Providing a solid basis for development Mixing Secrets provides a basic understanding of the key principles of mixing, while also providing a fast-track approach to developing the readers listening skills, fine tuning their mixing abilities. Perfect for any beginner who wants to achieve great mixes but doesn¿t have bags of time to spare. This book will be a self-contained music mixing primer for users of project studios who want a fast track to release-quality results. It is based on extensive research into the studio techniques of more than 100 of the world's top producers. Navigating the pit falls of a project studio recording and mixing, Mike offers helpful tips and tricks to mixing in a poor acoustic environment while still achieving high quality results.

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Introduction Part 1: Hearing & Listening Chapter 1: Using Nearfield Monitors Chapter 2: Supplementary Monitoring Chapter 3: Low-End Damage Limitation Chapter 4: From Subjective Impressions To Objective Results Part 2: Mix Preparation Chapter 5: Essential Groundwork Chapter 6: Timing & Tuning Adjustments Chapter 7: Comping & Arrangement Part 3: Balance Chapter 8: Building The Raw Balance Chapter 9: Compressing For A Reason Chapter 10: Beyond Compression Chapter 11: Equalizing For A Reason Chapter 12: Beyond EQ Chapter 13: Frequency-Selective Dynamics Chapter 14: The Power Of Side Chains Chapter 15: Towards Fluent Balancing Part 4: Sweetening To Taste Chapter 16: Mixing With Reverb Chapter 17: Mixing With Delays Chapter 18: Stereo Enhancements Chapter 19: Buss Compression, Automation & Endgame Conclusion Appendix 1: Who's Who: Selected Discography Appendix 2: Quote References Appendix 3: Picture Credits

Über den Autor

Mike Senior is a professional engineer who has worked with Wet Wet Wet, The Charlatans, Reef, Therapy, and Nigel Kennedy. He specialises in adapting the techniques of top producers for those working on a budget. Since 2007 he has transformed dozens of amateur productions for Sound On Sound magazine's popular 'Mix Rescue' column, proving time and again that you can achieve commercial-grade results with affordable gear -- once you know how!


In the good old days, new engineers learned to mix by interning or assisting; that's less and less the case these days. Think of this book as a textbook alternative to a year of assisting. If you've been figuring out everything yourself or piecing together your workflow based on internet forum posts, this book may bump your work forward by months or years. -Scott Evans, Tape Op Magazine The advice and guidance contained are relevant to everyone involved in music engineering and production, at all levels and regardless of the size of the studio or its facilities. Novices and grandmasters alike will find plenty of interest here. The emphasis is very much on mastering the correct approaches and techniques, rather than how to use any specific equipment or software, and everything is described in such as way as to make it easily transferable across any DAW platform or even to a traditional console-based mix environment. The book is structured in a progressive fashion, following a logical mixing workflow, and developing and building on ideas and techniques throughout. The book is very readable, in Mike's familiar, approachable and often humorous style, and with plenty of illustrations, all of which maintain the interest from cover to cover. The text also expands on Mike's own wealth of experience and knowledge with numerous relevant quotes and opinions from over 100 of the world's best-known engineers and producers. Many books have been published about mixing, but in all honesty I'd say Mixing Secrets is easily the most practical, complete and ultimately satisfying that I've read so far. It is eminently readable (even if the spellings have been 'Americanised'!), with the emphasis always on helping the reader to understand when and why to use a particular technique, before explaining how in great practical detail. Although the content is wonderfully disciplined and technically rigorous, the explanations are never intimidating to a beginner, yet remain stimulating to the more experienced reader. The icing on the cake, and liberally covered in cherries, is the dedicated web site, which provides a phenomenal resource of useful material and information. This is a definite must-read for everyone involved in music production at any level - and at a bargain price. --Sound on Sound magazine The most useful, up-to-date and comprehensive book I've read on the labyrinthine subject of mixing music. Author Mike Senior is well equipped with his experience as engineer, producer and journalist for Sound-on-Sound magazine to guide any reader, with an intermediate to advanced understanding of the studio recording and mixing process, through four main sections. Many good examples of current and popular CDs are given through this book to 'reference' each step in the mixing process. Mixing Secrets for the Small Studio is a 'must have' for me that I wil re-read from time to time and I cannot recommend it more. --Music Connection magazine Mike shares many of his own mixing tips, supplemented by tips and advice from some of the industry's top engineers that range from Chris and Tom Lord Alge to Andy Wallace. At more than 300 pages, it's quite a read, but a highly recommended one. In fact the book is filled with so much great stuff, it's a book that one can read again and again and that can be used as a handy manual during any mixing project. And though there's plenty of information to soak up, Mike has made it very easy to navigate your way through the book and to find the relevant information you need quickly and easily. --GuitarWorld.com Mixing Secrets by Mike Senior is a great book for studio production, no doubt about it. It's also a great book for extracting concepts that can be used for live audio production. And for the church audio sound tech who might get an email next week saying "we need you to record and produce our first praise music CD," well, you aren't going to find a better book on perfecting a mix. It starts as a book but you will use it as a resource. That's a win-win in my book. --BehindTheMixer.com

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