My New Microphone's Mixing With Series
Volume 9: Finalizing The Mix!
Craft Great Mixes By Understanding When, Why And How To Finalize Them!
Great Mixes Need To Be Heard!
To my fellow mixers, musicians and music producers,
It's true that there's never been a better time to learn how music production and mixing.
Gear's affordable and accessible, and information is abundant.
But yet, so many of us struggle to get our mixes out into the world.
Far too often, our mixes never get heard. This isn't necessarily an inspirational call to action, though we all need some encouragement from time to time. Rather, volume 9 is about the technical steps we ought to take to finish our mixes and get them out into the world.
And so I wrote Finalizing The Mix.
Understanding the steps behind proper mix finalization will make the mixing process so much easier and save us great amounts of time in the long run.
First, we'll consider when it's appropriate to begin finalizing the mix. We'll also consider the technical steps necessary to finalize the mix, along with the professional relationships we're likely to have with clients, producers, artists and mastering engineers.
Finalize your mixes efficiently and get more of your work heard by the world!
Know When To Stop
A mix, like any work of art, is difficult ever to call "complete". However, knowing when to stop and finalize the mix is critical.
Develop a method of comparing your mix to those of the pros. This helps us know if our mix is ready or needs more work.
Though loudness maximizing is largely a task for mastering, it's important to know how to get the mix loud, too.
Feedback And Revisions
Mixes aren't always accepted by clients the first time. Learn to take feedback and make effective revisions to complete the mix.
Consider your monitoring and use as many playback systems to understand your mix more thoroughly.
Mixing To Mastering
Know the differences between mixing and mastering and the technical details that go into preparing a mix for mastering.
And much, much more!
Is a mix ever really done? It's critical that we know, as mixing engineers, when to call a mix finished and how to finalize it for mastering.
In Volume 9: Finalizing The Mix, you'll reach the full potential of your mix with final touches and proper referencing before exporting it for mastering.
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If you find absolutely no value after studying and implementing what I write about in 'Finalizing The Mix', don't worry...
I offer a 30-day money-back guarantee. Let me know, and I'll give you your money back, no questions asked!
Simply email me at [email protected] within 30 days of your initial purchase, and I will refund your entire order immediately.
No hard feelings.
I want you to succeed, and if I can't help you, I don't deserve your money.
The Author: Arthur Fox
My goal is to learn and teach everything I can about music production to share this beautiful art form with the world.
About me: After graduating college in 2015 with a certificate in Recording Arts, I worked full-time in studio and broadcast environments as an audio engineer. In 2018, I started mynewmicrophone.com to share my passion and knowledge of audio and music.
Finalizing The Mix is part of My New Microphone's 9-volume Mixing With Series. Get the entire series at a discount here:
Volume 9: Finalizing The Mix
Total Value: $27 USD
- Vol 1: Preparing The Mix ($37)
- Vol 2: Mixing With Faders And Pan Pots ($27)
- Vol 3: Mixing With Equalization ($37)
- Vol 4: Mixing With Compression ($37)
- Vol 5: Mixing With Saturation ($17)
- Vol 6: Mixing With Delay ($17)
- Vol 7: Mixing With Reverb ($17)
- Vol 8: Mixing With Automation ($7)
- Vol 9: Finalizing The Mix ($27)