Audio School Online – How to Mix Hip-Hop Instrumentals – part 1-3 [Tutorial, ENG]

By | June 10, 2019

 

Year of release : 2012
Manufacturer : Audio School Online
Manufacturer website : www.audioschoolonline.com/product/?lesson=193
www.audioschoolonline.com/product/?lesson=194
www.audioschoolonline.com/product/?lesson=195
Posted by : Ken Lewis
Duration : 02:32:22
Type of handing out material : Video lesson
Language : English

Description : In these lessons, Ken Lewis guides you through three complete instrumental mixes from start to finish, showing all aspects of mixing, from plug-ins for panning, equalization and compression, as well as adding effects to the mix.
Part 1 of a Multi-part Series on Mixing Hip Hop Instrumentals. Each lesson covers a different style of beat. Lesson 1 covers West Coast style beats. This is a substitute for the mix bus. Most importantly, Ken gives a detailed guideline for mixing. It has been a great deal of effort to keep track of the DAW systems. It’s every step of the way.
Part 2 of a Multi-part Series on Mixing Hip Hop Instrumentals. Each lesson covers a different style of beat. Lesson 2 covers sample based beats. This is a substitute for the mix bus. Most importantly, Ken gives a detailed guideline for mixing. This is the most challenging part of the sample. It can be used as a tool for all DAW systems. It’s every step of the way.
Part 3 of a Multi-part Series on Mixing Hip Hop Instrumentals. Each lesson covers a different style of beat. Lesson 3 covers Club / Anthem style beats. It is a musician who has been trying to complete the trainer and his head. Most importantly, Ken gives a detailed guideline for mixing. It can be used as a tool for all DAW systems. It’s every step of the way.

Sample files : none
Video Format : MOV
Video : AVC, 1000×750, 4: 3, 18,000 frames / second, 800 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 44.1 kHz, 160 kbps, 2 channels

 

 











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