Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

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Re: Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

Postby ditto » June 29th, 2014, 11:41 am

Another really good one, although it covers all of recording and not just mixing:

The Producer's Manual, by Paul White.

Those SOS guys just tear it up in the book department, eh?
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Re: Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

Postby Jason Foi » July 23rd, 2014, 10:34 am

I really enjoyed Friedmann Tishmeyers Internal Mixing DVD's. There's some really good info in there that has helped me quite a bit.

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Re: Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

Postby mitchiemasha » July 23rd, 2014, 8:10 pm

Currently reading Ozones mastering manual. It's a free download from their website. I Read the Dithering part first and they put the message across in a way that can't be mistaken.
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Re: Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

Postby ditto » July 24th, 2014, 4:20 pm

Question about the Ozone guide. I don't master my own stuff, so how useful would it be to read it?
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Re: Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

Postby mitchiemasha » August 10th, 2014, 9:44 am

Very useful... It points to buttons and tells you what they do, why and how, A much better understanding. I find other books just give you a mixing philosophy, I'm filled with philosophy and theory already. I wanted Hard Science and this Ozone stuff delivers it. Mastering is basically just super advanced mixing, the principles are the same!!!

Learning about Dithering and Analysers really has improved my knowledge of sound in the digital realm.
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Re: Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

Postby ditto » August 10th, 2014, 6:33 pm

But are your mixes sounding better?

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Re: Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

Postby Joris J » August 12th, 2014, 3:36 pm

mitchiemasha wrote:Very useful... It points to buttons and tells you what they do, why and how


Isn't that what manuals are for? :-?
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Re: Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

Postby mitchiemasha » August 13th, 2014, 7:05 pm

Joris J wrote:
mitchiemasha wrote:Very useful... It points to buttons and tells you what they do, why and how


Isn't that what manuals are for? :-?


LOL!

yeap, that's exactly why i'm likening it!!!
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Re: Recommended Books on Mixing Tips/Techniques

Postby nitten » August 26th, 2014, 12:35 pm

Joris J wrote:Isn't that what manuals are for? :-?

Sadly not all manuals are that well written.

I recently had to set up a security camara for my granddad and it came with the worst manual i ever seen.
It was translated horribly, and the pictures was from a different product, so nothing was where the manual said it would be.
Took me a good couple of hours to figure out.
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