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The Art of Mixing: Second Edition
The Art of Mixing: Second Edition.

The Art of Mixing: Second Edition

  • ISBN: 978-1-93114-045-4
  • Editorial: Thomson Course Technology
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Formato: 21,5x27,5
  • Páginas: XLIV+300
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: LIBRO
  • código del editor: HL00331200


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David Gibson's runaway bestselling book The Art of Mixing has been revised and updated with even more examples of musical styles visually illustrated to reveal how sound looks in a professionally mixed song. With over 25,000 copies of the first edition sold, this revised edition is sure to provide even greater insight into how sound works in a three-dimensional field, helping you fully understand how to apply these techniques to your recordings.

Chapters include:
* Imaging
* Panning
* Volume
* Frequency and placement
* Masking - artificial and natural
* Orchestras
* Movement of sounds with volume, panning and EQ
* Fattening sound with delay and/or EQ
* Harmonics
* Flanging
* Reverbs and how to use them

Not a single stone is left unturned in this substantial, authoritative and comprehensive tutorial. Learn how to visualise sound in different ways, and how to achieve those visualisations within the three-dimensional stereo field.


The best of the color visuals

1. All aspects of a recorded piece of music
-Concept of theme
-Song structure
-Quality of the equipment and the recording
-The mix

2. Visual representing of "imaging"
-Physical sound waves versus the imagined placement of sounds between the speakers
-The space between the speakers
-Visual representations of sounds
-Notes on design of visuals

3. Guidesto a great mix (reasons for creating one style of mix or another)
-The style of mix
-The song and all of its details
-Summary of section B
-The people involved: who's mixing this anyway?
-Values of the engineer
-Values of the clients
-Values of the mass audience

4. Functions of studio equipment and visual representations of all parameters
-Volume controls
-Panpots and stereo placement
-Time-based effects

5. Musical dynamics created with studio equipment
-The dynamics in music and songs
-The dynamics created by the equipment
-Dynamics created by studio equipment categorized by emotional effect
-Volume control dynamics
-Equalization dynamics
-Panning dynamics
-Dynamics created with time-based effects

6. Styles of mixes
-Using combinations of multiple settings to create high-level dynamics

7. Magic in music, songs, and equipment
-Putting it all in perspective

8. 3D sound processors and surround sound mixing
-Background vocals

9. Mixing procedures
-The mixing process

Appendix A-D