LEARN HOW TO GET RADIO READY MIXES
FROM A GRAMMY WINNER (FOR FREE!)

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Band: Jeremiah Red – ‘Renegade’

First step: Make each track sound like you wish it had been recorded if the band had a major label budget  In this production, the sounds are very clean, no fancy equipment was used. We try to make it sound like it has been recorded with a ton of analog gear.

Goal: Take clean Rock recordings and make them sound like a Console/Analog mix and create a 70s Rock Vibe

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Learn not just the how, but why

Watching Youtube tutorials and learning new techniques is great, but it can become confusing and overwhelming if you’re missing a plan, a strategy to approach your mixes. By understanding the why behind every mixing decision you’ll be able to really grow as a mixer.

Using drum samples in two different ways:

1. to enhance organic drums (supplementary)
2. Or replace poor recordings

• Create great room sounds using plugins, when you only have a mono room mic to work with
• Enhance punch and energy: Parallel compression, Transient designer
• Use samples to trigger reverb for a more controlled sound.

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Make vocals cut through a dense rock mix, and enhance emotions of the artists:

Mixing 2 vocalists: make the sound of 2 different lead vocalists match and help them to blend well during duet parts

• Use saturation to make rock vocals sound like the artist sang his heart out and overloaded the preamp/ tape

Final touches: automation +  bus compression

Getting a wider guitar sound:

• Choose the best sounding mic in the mix, and use the other mic with 100% reverb panned to the other side

• Use saturation to make it feel like the guitar amp was more cranked

• Use heavy saturation to make guitars sound bigger

• Help lead- and rhythm guitars sit well together

• Making guitars sound super spacious and wide (mixing atmospheric pad sounds)

• Mixing Harmonica and amped harmonica

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Achieve a controlled low-end:

• Blending bass DI and amp + make them sit well with the drums
•Multiband bass compression to achieve a controlled low-end

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What people are saying about this course

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Mentors

Phil Allen

Endorsed by Legends and Pros Alike

Isaac Slade

Issac Slade

Singer/Songwriter The Fray
Jack Douglas

Jack Douglas

Legendary Producer
Joe Perry

Joe Perry

Guitarist – Aerosmith
John Krivit

John Krivit

Past President, Audio Engineering Society

Frequently Asked Questions

This course can be both streamed and downloaded. You’ll have access to download the files and stream any course for life!

Nope! The concepts and techniques that we teach will apply to any major DAW like Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton, Cubase, Reaper, Fruity Loops, Studio One and other similar platforms. All of these DAWs have great stock plugins!

Not exclusively, but you will absolutely see some stock plugins!

Our courses are for everyone passionate about music, from beginners to professionals. Your mentors explain both HOW and WHY they use specific concepts and techniques.

Yup! We include a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee for every single course and bundle we offer! If any of our lessons don’t help you take your tracks to the next level you’ll get a full refund, no questions asked. You can even keep the files!