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Pyramind proudly presents the latest remix opportunity for the Indaba Music community! This time you have the chance to reimagine a supremely catchy track by producers Andy Bianchini and MING.
Download Remix Stems Here: https://goo.gl/xELBWr
Submissions Due on Thursday, August 17th, 2017
Welcome to Producing Out Loud, our series where we discuss a wide range of topics related to music production, business, and technology.
In this episode, Pyramind’s Liam Shy (aka Mountain of Youth) and Will Marshall (aka Coma Cartel) discuss mixing and mastering for different environments with Multiplier. They talk about mastering for nightclubs, home listening, and iPhone/laptop speakers.
We’ve rounded up some of Pyramind’s most helpful mixing and mastering tutorials for producers struggling to give their songs more depth and punch. First, we need to get an important question out of the way: What’s the difference between mixing and mastering?
In this music mixing tip, Pyramind instructor Will Marshall shows us how he uses iZotope Nectar to mix a saxophone part in an electro-funk track he is currently working on in Ableton Live. With its real-time pitch correction and harmony module, Nectar is traditionally used to treat vocals – but Will shows you that it is versatile enough for treating saxophone as well.
Pyramind instructor Will Marshall shows you a track analysis technique he teaches in our Mixing & Mastering in Ableton class here at our ground campus.
Three new Ableton Live mixing tips for you from instructor Will Marshall. Learn about the importance of making tracks mono, bus compression, and working with sub bass
Pyramind’s Chief Academic Officer Matt Donner shows you how to really beef up the guitar tone in your tracks and make them sit well in your final mix.