Guerrilla Mixing on Digital Consoles


41 Lessons

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41 Lessons in Guerrilla Mixing on Digital Consoles:

Introduction/Definition/Prevention

Lesson 1.1 - Intro to the Course

Hi there!

Lesson 1.2 - What Do You Need

Lesson 1.3 - Tactics of Prevention

Lesson 1.4 - Tactics of Prevention

Lesson 1.5 - What Info Do I Need

Lesson 1.6 - Where to Find Information

Lesson 1.7 - Notation Systems

Stage Work and Verification

Lesson 2.1 - Importance of Stage Work

Lesson 2.2 - Microphone Selection

Lesson 2.3 - Microphone Polar Patterns

Lesson 2.4 - Do I Need That Input?

Lesson 2.5 - OH Mic Placement

Lesson 2.6 - Snare Mic Placement

Lesson 2.7 - Monitor Placement

Lesson 2.8 - Reducing Stage Volume

Console Prep

Lesson 3.1 - Simplicity is Key

Lesson 3.2 - Advantages of Digital Consoles

Lesson 3.3 - What to Set Up on Channels

Lesson 3.4 - FX Strategy

Lesson 3.5 - One Reverb Setup

Lesson 3.6 - Quick Monitor Ring Out

Line Check

Lesson 4.1 - Communicating Your Work With the Act

Lesson 4.2 - Line Check Workflow

Lesson 4.3 - Line Check - Drums

Lesson 4.4 - Hot to Set Input Gain Levels

Lesson 4.5 - What to Filter Out

Lesson 4.6 - Line Check EQ

Lesson 4.7 - Line Check Dynamics

Guerrilla Monitor Mixing

Lesson 5.1 - Shifting Focus to the Stage

Lesson 5.2 - Visual Reference Level Monitor Mixing

Lesson 5.3 - "More Me" & "Stage Opposite" Strategies

Lesson 5.4 - Wedges vs. IEM

FOH Guerrilla Mixing

Lesson 6.1 - DCA Mixing

Lesson 6.2 - DCA Setup - "Variable" vs. "Fixed" Channels

Lesson 6.3 - Two Handed Mixing

Lesson 6.4 - Tips & Tricks for Successful Guerrilla Mixing

Lesson 6.5 - Time Management

Lesson 6.6 - Training Guerrilla Mixing

Lesson 6.7 - Worst Case Scenario - RIFFS

Lesson 6.8 - Outro

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