Mixnotes.tv has announced the release of new premium content on its website, including a ew video lessons covering all things mixing vocals related as well as an assortment of presets for Massive.
New premium content at Mixnotes.tv
- Mixing Vocals: In this lesson we show you 2 basic ways of mixing vocals. The 1st approach is a traditional way of EQ / compression / routing reverbs and delays. We walk through how to listen for bad resonances in a vocal and then show you where to find them and how to solve your problems via any EQ. We show you compression techniques, reverbs, delays and all of the fundamental ingredients you need to get your vocals to sit on top of a mix in a musical way. In the 2nd approach we walk through mixing vocals using some of the new “all in one vocal” plugins you’ll see from Waves and Izotope. I show you how to route and break down a system so you can have total control of your sound in a quick and easy way. We also discuss the pros and cons of working this way.
- Massive Presets: 133 Massive Presets! Big synth leads, sweet pads, thumping bass sounds and killer FX make this collection a must have for anyone looking to tighten their production game. Designed from the ground up, each preset offers you the control and flexibility you need to make your music come to life the way you want it to. Producer Jonathan Roye was meticulous in the programming of this massive
collection of sounds.
The Mixing Vocals tutorial is available to purchase for $35 USD, the Massive Presets Vol.1 soundset costs $20 USD.
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Mixnotes.tv has announced it has released several new premium tutorials on its website this week. New video lessons covering all things “Melodyne” related as well as another over all things “Compression”.
Mixnotes.tv premium tutorials
- Understanding Melodyne: Using Melodyne or any pitch correction software is a must need skill for any producer working in a DAW now days. In this video we show you how to use it like a pro to enhance and save a performance transparently. It’s all about learning how to use Melodyne in a musical way. We go over pitch correction, pitch drift, pitch modulation, amplitude and many other helpful tricks.
- Understanding Compression: In this premium tutorial we discuss the fundamentals of compression. We listen to examples featuring drums, vocals, guitar and go over how to use compression to shape sounds in a musical way. We cover the common controls you’ll see on most modern DAW compressors. We take a look at stock compressors and even some boutique ones you’ll find from our friends over at Waves and Slatedigital. Plugins used: Pro Tools stock compressor / limiter, Waves: R-Comp, CLA76, CLA2A, Slatedigital Virtual Tape Machine.
The new premium tutorials are now available to purchase for $17 USD each.
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Jonathan Roye has launched Mixnotes, the newly designed website of producer / mixer Jonathan Roye.
Mixnotes.tv provides instructional tutorials, gear and plugin reviews aimed at the home recording enthusiast. The new website features free tutorials as well as premium video tutorials users can purchase and keep forever. No subscriptions. No hassle.
Mixnotes tutorials cover everything from the fundamentals of mixing to more advanced tutorials. The basics of EQ, compression, mixing vocals, mixing drums, signal routing, FX sends and returns and parallel compression are some of the many topics covered with more to be added in the coming months.
The website offers full HD video mix tutorials where the user can watch a mix happen from start to finish. Drums, bass, guitars, keys, vocals. You get additional content as well including session templates with audio stems so you can practice at home in whatever DAW you choose to use.
Mixnotes.tv is founded by Nashville producer / mixer Jonathan Roye who has been working in and out of the music industry for the past 7 years with various labels and publishing companies. He has a strong grasp of the fundamentals involved in mixing and music making with a formal education in jazz / classical music. That combined with years of studio work built around pop and commercial music production makes Jonathan a versatile resource for music production.
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