Mixing Blues Rock Track – Drums – YouTube Live Stream Final Mix

In this video, I go over the final touches on this blues-rock track, in the style of Joe Bonamassa with a female singer, and the final mix from the live YouTube video I recently had done. This video details the drums and what I changed from the first video and how I got the sound I did. There will be separate videos for the bass guitar/electric guitars, vocals, vocal throws, keyboards, and automation.

Audio files will be available until March 15th listed here. When you enter your email you’ll a download link window will pop up. https://mailchi.mp/c4ec0d2d5c0c/mixing-stems

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00:00 Before and After Drum Sound
00:45 Welcome – Introduction
01:35 Listening to the intro, verse, and first chorus sample of the finished song
03:44 Overall Drum Sound in Solo Mode
04:35 Kick Drum Processing
15:04 Snare Drum Processing
19:25 Room Mic Processing
22:00 Drum Bus Parallel Channel Processing
24:50 Reverb on Snare Drum
25:44 Closing thoughts Thank You!

Mixing Pro Vocals – Vocal Mixing

How to mix killer vocals! In this video, we go from start to finish mixing vocals. We go through eqing vocals, using compression on vocals, using reverb and delay on vocals and even automating vocals. We go over it all! Taking your vocals to the next level doesn’t have to be complicated. If you have a great singer, even inexpensive mics can sound good! Thank you so much for watching today.

– Fergie

 

Mixing Brass Instruments

In this video, I show you my approach to mixing Brass. Blending each instrument to each other is key to getting a great sound.  The other big factor first and foremost is working with great musicians as I have here.