Learn to mix pop with Brian Schueble! Brian is an audio engineer who has been working with artists such as Dave Matthews, Jason Mraz, Sons of Anarchy TV show, Papa Roach, Backstreet Boys, Barbara Streisand, and many others. In this session, Brian shows us how to perform mixing magic! He mixes in a completely digital environment, so many of you will be able to apply his techniques.
The Lifeboats series is going to be a unique chance to see how the pureMix mentors each approach the same song with their own unique vision for the mix. See how Grammy winners Fab Dupont, Andrew Scheps and Mick Guzauski shape Will Knox's song with their own tastes and creativity. In this first installment of the Lifeboats series, Fab Dupont challenges himself to leave his familiar home of Pro Tools for a mixing adventure in Cubase 8 using only the built in plugins and Cubase channel strip.
Will Brierre, Los Angeles-based mixing engineer whose past clients include artists ranging from metal band All That Remains to the illustrious Fleetwood Mac, has come to Pro Studio Live to share his vast knowledge of the art of mixing an Indie/Pop song. For this episode Will brought with him a song to deconstruct and explain from an Indie/Pop group, Komox, called "Achilles Heel".
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.
This is an excellent session where Bob Horn leaves nothing out and dives deep into a variety of creative mixing techniques that he uses on three great songs. You will get to see everything he does from the moment he receives the track to the finishing touches he makes before delivering the final mix.
Daniel Ford is back at Pro Studio Live to tune our minds and ears into the science of mixing. He opens a session of his own to show us how he improves a mix. He’s an expert on being more effective while using less processing.