CreativeLive - Fundamentals of Mixing Rock and EDM with Jesse Cannon
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Genre: Music Production | Language: English
FUNDAMENTALS OF MIXING ROCK AND EDM WITH JESSE CANNON
While it’s easy to get distracted by the latest and greatest gear, plugins, and flashy tricks, the real key to a great mix is mastering the fundamentals. In this online class, veteran producer/engineer/mixer Jesse Cannon (The Cure, Animal Collective, Senses Fail) shows you all the essentials of mixing rock and electronic music.
In this 3-day class, you’ll learn how to set up a session the RIGHT way — including routing, gain structure, listening techniques, and other best practices. He’ll show you how to mix vocals, bass, drums, guitars, and synths. You’ll also learn how to use compression, reverb and EQ to make your mix come together, while achieving the punch and separation that takes it from good to great. The class is taught with Pro Tools, but the concepts easily translate to any DAW.
Whether you’re new to mixing, or are a seasoned pro looking for a refresher on the basics, this class will teach you how to seamlessly merge individual sounds into polished, cohesive tracks.
Jesse has been recording records since he was 15, when he started with a passion and recording records for the local punk bands he knew in exchange for Doritos and Snapple. Nearly 20 years later he is still at it and making great records with much nicer equipment. In 2000 he formed Cannon Found Soundation and began to amass gear and record bands in his own studio. During this time he has gotten the call to work under amazing producers like Ross Robinson, Steve Evetts, Alan Douches and Dean Rispler. He found himself working at esteemed establishments like WFMU and West West Side Music and freelancing at some of the worlds finest studios. He has also gotten the good fortune to work with countless amazing bands in a wide variety of genres. Throughout his life he has been passionate about being one of the most knowledgeable members of the recording community and in 2009 he began to publish Musformation.com and giving tips to bands on making the most of their music.