Deconstructing A Mix 21 TILL IT’S DONE TUTORiAL

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Deconstructing A Mix 21 TUTORiAL

22 February 2021 | 900 MB

Join us at Red Bull studios in New York for a mixing series with analog fanatic Russell Elevado! Using a SSL 9000 J-series console and a selection of quality outboard equipment, the renowned engineer builds a new mix of ‘Till It’s Done’ by D’Angelo. Elevado shares his rationale for using no plug-ins, drawing comparisons with the fundamentals of hardware versus modeled software. He also discusses the benefits of console workflow, elaborates on differences between SSL models, reveals why he most often uses no mix buss chain, and takes you through the gear used on this project. As you watch Russell mix the multi-track from scratch, you’ll see how he creatively uses EQ, compression, tape effects and more on vocals, drums, bass, guitar, and keyboards. Aside from techniques, you’ll learn of his thoughts on sample rates, monitoring, creativity under pressure, and other pertinent subjects.

PART 1
00:21:24
Console, analog preference, SSL models, mix buss, monitoring, sample rates, outboard

PART 2
00:24:38
Effects, philosophy, revisions, work speed, stems, tape, pitch shift, alignment, metering, drums

PART 3
00:23:44
Bass treatment, compressor tone, vocal groups, Rhodes, guitars, recording process, varispeed

PART 4
00:23:14
Tape, echos, drums re-amp, printed effects, vocal stacks, listening levels, scene change in bridge

PART 5
00:16:28
Automation stage, fader status, snapshot, rides vs. compression, vocal effects, recap

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