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Mixing with impact : learning to make musical choices

Author: Wessel Oltheten; Gijs van Osch
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018. ©2018
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wessel Oltheten; Gijs van Osch
ISBN: 9781138080881 1138080888 9781138080898 1138080896
OCLC Number: 1008770290
Notes: "A Focal Press book"--Front cover.
Includes index.
"Previously published in Dutch by Edusonic, 2016."
Description: viii, 351 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Contents: ColophonPreface Travel guide for this bookChapter 1: The world of mixing1.1 Who is the mixer?1.2 Why is mixing necessary?1.3 What is the challenge?1.4 On rulesChapter 2: Listening2.1 Perception2.2 Your ear is a compressor2.3 Your ear is an equalizer2.4 Tuning in2.5 A fixed reference2.6 Taking professional care of your earsChapter 3: Laying the foundation 3.1 Before you start3.2 Foundation3.3 Balance3.4 Panning3.5 Mute is your friendChapter 4: The frequency spectrum4.1 Association is key4.2 Masking4.3 The goal of EQ4.4 EQ compassChapter 5: Dynamics5.1 Dynamics versus time5.2 Technical and musical dynamics5.3 Using compressors5.4 Reducing masking with compression5.5 Dynamics and loudnessChapter 6: Space6.1 Hearing space and distance6.2 Simulating space and distance6.3 How reverb works6.4 Using reverb6.5 How delay works6.6. Using delayChapter 7: Time and phase7.1 Interaction7.2 Combining microphones hierarchically7.3 Combining microphones non-hierarchically7.4 Phase manipulationChapter 8: Identity8.1 Innovation, imitation and inspiration8.2 Shaping identityChapter 9: Effects9.1 Distortion - simulating intensity9.1.1 How it works9.1.2 Distortion in a mix9.2 Re-amping - providing context9.2.1 How it works9.2.2 Re-amping in a mix9.3 Modulation - putting things in motion9.3.1 How it works9.3.2 Modulation in a mix9.4 Pitch manipulation - creating what wasn't there9.4.1 How it works9.4.2 Pitch shifting in a mix9.5 Triggering - cause and effect9.5.1 How it works9.5.2 Triggering in a mix9.6 Spectral editing - unreal reality9.6.1 How it works9.6.2 Spectral processing in a mixChapter 10: Automation10.1 Faders for each function10.2 Parallel constructions10.3 Change and conquer10.4 ExpressivityChapter 11: Advanced techniques11.1 The floor: keeping low frequencies in check11.2 The ceiling: creating clear mixes11.3 Securing the house: dynamic interventions11.4 The exterior walls: stereo processing11.5 Beyond the exterior walls: 3D panningChapter 12: Bus Compression12.1 Influence12.2 Choices and settings12.3 Multibus setups: painting on a colored canvasChapter 13: Templates13.1 Time is money13.2 Building templates13.3 Integrating equipment in the 21st centuryChapter 14: Preparing for mastering14.1 Communication14.2 What is a good mix?14.3 Mixbus processing14.4 Stems14.5 Consequences of loudness normalizationChapter 15: Mindset15.1 Doubt is fatal for a mix15.2 Imposed limitations - working in a context15.3 A guide for your mix15.4 Ways to stay freshChapter 16: The outside world16.1 Speaking the same language16.2 Reference tracks16.3 Feedback on the source material16.4 Feedback on the mix: revisions16.5 Working at a distance16.6 ConclusionChapter 17: Tools17.1 Basic acoustics17.1.1 Space17.1.2 Optimization17.2 Monitoring17.3 Subwoofers17.3.1 Why use a subwoofer?17.3.2 Choosing a subwoofer17.3.3 Installing and adjusting17.4 Headphones17.5 How EQ works and its side-effects17.6 How compressors work and their side-effectsIndex
Other Titles: Mixen met impact.
Responsibility: written by Wessel Oltheten ; translated by Gijs van Osch.


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"Every now and then an indispensable book comes along that can profoundly influence you in the development of your audio skills - this might be one of them." David Baer, Sound Bytes "The usual topics Read more...

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