We’ll teach you step-by-step what goes into getting a great sounding pop rock mix! In this Mixing Pop Rock course we’ll be covering, Drums, Percussion, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, and Vocals. Effects used such as EQ, Compression, Reverb, Delay and Automation will be analyzed in detail.
Watch Bob Horn, a Grammy Award winning mixing engineer who's worked with artists such as, Usher, Timbaland, Akon, Ne-Yo, Brian Culbertson, Macy Gray, Michael Jackson, Jay-Z, and many more, mix a song from the band Mayfield from start to finish. You'll see the whole mixing process from drums, bass, guitars vocals, automation and much more.
Nobody should have to move to Indiana to see Fab Dupont mix a rock song. Here is your opportunity to watch him work his magic from the comfort of your own studio. get a chance at mixing the song yourself by downloading the multitrack. Using the best audio equipment currently on the market and factory plugins, he will impart major techniques vital to the mixing process such as summing, parallel compression, monitoring and others.
Multi-Platinum Engineer and Producer Kenny Gioia returns with an all-new mixing series, this time dedicated to mixing Heavy Rock / Metal! Step right up and see how Kenny sculpts an epic song by Days of Samara into a radio ready hit, explaining everything in detail as he goes.
Rock Records 30th Anniversary Collection included 20CD with a best-selling singles.
One of the best of Elvis Presley's pre-Army films, Jailhouse Rock offers us the sensual, "dangerous" Elvis that had won the hearts of the kids and earned the animosity of their elders. Presley plays a young buck who accidentally kills a man while protecting the honor of a woman. Thrown into prison, Elvis strikes up a friendship with visionary fellow-con Mickey Shaughnessy. Shaughnessy suggests that Elvis perform in the upcoming prison show. Ol' swivel-hips scores a hit, and decides to stay in showbiz after his release. Together with pretty Judy Tyler (the former Princess Summerfall Winterspring on Howdy Doody, who would die in a horrible traffic accident shortly after completing this film), Elvis sets up his own record company. Alas, success goes to his head, and soon Elvis plans to ditch Tyler in favor of signing with a big-time label. Shaughnessy shows up long enough to punch out Elvis for his disloyalty; as a result, Elvis' vocal chords are damaged and he is unable to sing.