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Post by Stomper » Sun Oct 04, 2009 5:12 pm

Internal Mixing DVDs
http://www.amazon.com/Internal-Mixing-T ... pd_sim_b_1

best mixing tutorial i came across.

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Post by Chris Crompton » Sun Oct 04, 2009 6:57 pm

tone-def wrote:Mixing with your mind by Mike Stavrou

thats what i'm buying next.

I read that about a month ago. It's a phenomenal book.

Also, regarding producing and interesting techniques, there's a torrent I downloaded that has a bunch of documents and ebooks on using reverb, compression, delay, EQ, how to program analog synths and master songs, and way more stuff.

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Post by Daemonix » Sun Oct 04, 2009 7:52 pm

Best two books if you dont know music theory!! read them in that order!

1) Music Theory for Computer Musicians by Michael Hewitt (Author)
2) Composition for Computer Musicians by Michael Hewitt (Author)

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Post by Roqqert » Sun Oct 04, 2009 8:11 pm

The Dance Music Manual Second Edition.pdf
The Mixing Engineers Handbook.pdf

that aren't been said in here

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Post by upekah » Sun Oct 04, 2009 9:01 pm

Chris Crompton wrote:
tone-def wrote:Mixing with your mind by Mike Stavrou

thats what i'm buying next.

I read that about a month ago. It's a phenomenal book.

Also, regarding producing and interesting techniques, there's a torrent I downloaded that has a bunch of documents and ebooks on using reverb, compression, delay, EQ, how to program analog synths and master songs, and way more stuff.
is there any chance you could post a link here? but think all these stuff probably isn't available for free
plaster wrote:you can't be a leader if are a follower.

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Post by daveashe » Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:36 pm

klankeffect wrote:cool nice info guys. The ableton mag seems to look interesting, i am cubase user but anyway, i am unfortunately limited to english,
let you know how is the reading experience.
grtz
Once you get over the interface of ableton looking different, it opens up a whole new world of possibilites, even if you rewire it into cubase until you get used to using it.

One good source (not books again, sorry!) of info is videos on youtube, some of them are not so good, but you occasionally find some really good tips.

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Post by Chris Crompton » Mon Oct 05, 2009 10:16 am

anizz wrote:
Chris Crompton wrote:
tone-def wrote:Mixing with your mind by Mike Stavrou

thats what i'm buying next.

I read that about a month ago. It's a phenomenal book.

Also, regarding producing and interesting techniques, there's a torrent I downloaded that has a bunch of documents and ebooks on using reverb, compression, delay, EQ, how to program analog synths and master songs, and way more stuff.
is there any chance you could post a link here? but think all these stuff probably isn't available for free
http://www.mininova.org/tor/2553093 ------->download link

http://www.mininova.org/det/2553093 ------> link that shows what exact documents are in the torrent.

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Post by klankeffect » Mon Oct 05, 2009 5:21 pm

daveashe, in what kind of way more possibilities, more intuitive?

jonasEdenbrandt, nice was allready wondering like what kind of reading material people get on uni ore for exemple at the sae institute, ore any kind of audio education.

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