Steinberg Internal Mixing Tutorial [2 DVD] [Multilanguage]
Сведение в компьютере. Серия учебных пособий The Internal Mixing - ценный источник
информации для пользователей, которые делают сведение главным образом в
своих компьютерах. Практические советы по использованию
компьютеров для создания мощного, ясного и прекрасно сбалансированного
микса, The Internal Mixing поддержит вас в создании миксов без использования дорогого, внешнего оборудования, на базе native-плагинов, а также с использованием плат DSP обработки.
В общей сложности, свыше 340 минут видео обучения внутреннему сведению.
Steinberg is pleased to announce that it is distributing the Internal
Mixing serries of tutorial DVD-ROMs. Internal Mixing is an essential
resource for disk recording application users who do their mixing
mainly inside their workstation. It provides hands-on strategies using
computers to make powerful, clear and perfectly balanced mixes and
explains how to create them without using expensive outboard equipment.
Internal Mixing supports English, French, Spanish and German languages.
With more than 160 minutes of video in Volume I and over 180
minutes of video on Volume II, Internal Mixing covers tried and tested
methods for achieving that often elusive sound known from
professionally produced CDs and DVDs. Covering a huge range of issues
surrounding mixes, Internal Mixing offers valuable imnsights into
topics such as native and DSP-based plug-ins, the concepts behind
positioning instruments and voices within a three dimensional sound
field, frequency spaces, optimized mixing workflow and much, much more.
- Basics for a good mix
- Tips for delivering the mix master to the mastering studio
- Technical prerequisites for a good sound
- The systematic approach – clarity and a good workflow for the mix
- Working with groups
- Compressing groups to save CPU and increase sound power
- EQing groups to save resources and create “space”
- Handling groups: What do I control via groups, and what via tracks?
- Workflow overview
- Summary of panning rules
- Preventing phase interference
- The masking effect
- EQ basic rules
- Breakdown of the frequency bands and their principle zones
- Mixing a tight bass range
- Common basic parameters of compressors and their use
- Exercises with compressors
- Layering with reverb and delay
- Native and DSP-aided reverb devices
- Pre-delay as a design component
- EQing in reverb return as a design component
- Layering strategies
- Pre-fader or post-fader?
- How many reverb devices do you need? Planning depth design
- Delay instead of reverb
- Delay in reverb or reverb in delay
- Additional aspect: Design and the use of Mute and Special FX
- Processing single instruments
- Off-line calculated convolution reverb to simulate ambience
- Microphone tracks
- Refining loops (doubling, gating, compressing, reverbing)
- Exercise in editing loops
- EQing and compressing vocals
- Special aspects concerning choruses