10 Tips for Creating Better Mixes: A Five-Part Video Series

Can 2017 be the year your mixing game steps it up a few notches? Maybe some insider advice from a GRAMMY winning mixing engineer will provide the boost you need. Our friends at iZotope created a five-part mixing masterclass entitled Mix Resolutions: 10 Tips for Creating Better Mixes. It features Enrique Gonzalez Müller (GRAMMY winning mixing engineer, professor at Berklee College of Music) and Jonathan Wyner (GRAMMY nominated mastering engineer, professor at Berklee College of Music). And we have the exclusive videos for you right here, for the next five weeks.

Each week a new video will be released in this free five-part mixing tutorial series. Week 1 is all about developing good mix habits. Watch it here or below. We’ll post video #2 next Monday!

Pro Tip: Compare two different mixes on Crowd Review to learn which one unbiased fans like better, and why

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  • Sulblk - January 15, 2017 reply

    Thank you so much–at an older age, years of music rattles around in my brain, so attempting to place it in a beginner DAW was daunting, but rather fun. Now I need to stop using a drummer’s feet and mentality to fingers and eyes. What I hear–in my head does not always equate to the Midi keyboard (again a beginner edition 🙂 ). Although I put three instrumentals out, I am taking much more time with the other four. 🙂
    The tip on putting instruments in order was spot on.
    Can’t wait for the next four rounds of video!
    Thank you

  • George Nostrand - January 16, 2017 reply

    Really appreciated this and shared the link. Often the magazines, books and other resources that claim to be simple or beginner really don’t seem to help. Some are too basic – most are above beginners or intermediate. This was understandable and practical and I look forward to 3-10. George Nostrand, Vermont

  • Renee - February 21, 2017 reply

    Wow. So awesome thanks!

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