Hal Leonard Recording Method – Book 6: Mixing & Mastering – 2nd Edition

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Hal Leonard Recording Method - Book 6: Mixing & Mastering - 2nd Edition

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      • ReadMe-HLRM 6-Mixing and Mastering.pdf
  • Audio Examples

      • Audio Example 2-1_Oscillator-Generated Sine Wave.wav
      • Audio Example 2-2_1,000-Hz Tone.wav
      • Audio Example 2-3_SMPTE Time Code.wav
      • Audio Example 4-1_Complete Mix.wav
      • Audio Example 4-2_Minimalist Mix.wav
      • Audio Example 4-3_Band Stem.wav
      • Audio Example 4-4_Vocal Stem.wav
      • Audio Example 5-1_X-Y Configuration.wav
      • Audio Example 5-2_Spaced Omni Pair.wav
      • Audio Example 5-3_Spaced Omni Pair with a Baffle.wav
      • Audio Example 5-4_The Crossed Bidirectional Configuration.wav
      • Audio Example 5-5_Mid-Side Configuration.wav
      • Audio Example 5-6_Mono Mix.wav
      • Audio Example 5-7_Guitar Right, Keyboard Left.wav
      • Audio Example 5-8_Splitting the Bass.wav
      • Audio Example 5-9_Distracting Pan Position.wav
      • Audio Example 5-10_Panning the Triangle.wav
      • Audio Example 5-11_Adding the Cowbell.wav
      • Audio Example 5-12_Snare Reverberation.wav
      • Audio Example 5-13_Mono Reverberation.wav
      • Audio Example 5-14_Moving the Drum around the Room.wav
      • Audio Example 5-15_Moving the Drum around a Smaller Room.wav
      • Audio Example 5-16_Marimba with Tight Room Reverb.wav
      • Audio Example 5-17_Marimba with Large Hall Reverb.wav
      • Audio Example 5-18_Marimba Next to the Concert Hall Door.wav
      • Audio Example 5-19_Stereo Images.wav
      • Audio Example 5-20_The Roaming Guitar.wav
      • Audio Example 5-21_Low Pad, High Strings.wav
      • Audio Example 5-22_Reverb on the Low Pad.wav
      • Audio Example 5-23_Reverb on the High Strings.wav
      • Audio Example 5-24_Creating a Stereo Guitar Sound.wav
      • Audio Example 5-25_Short Delays from Mono to Stereo.wav
      • Audio Example 5-26_Fine-Tuning the 25-ms Delay for Mono.wav
      • Audio Example 5-27_Fine-Tuning the 50-ms Delay for Mono.wav
      • Audio Example 5-28_Equalizing the Stereo Split.wav
      • Audio Example 5-29_17-ms Delay.wav
      • Audio Example 5-30_15-ms Delay.wav
      • Audio Example 5-31_11-ms Delay.wav
      • Audio Example 5-32_7-ms Delay.wav
      • Audio Example 5-33_3-ms Delay.wav
      • Audio Example 7-1_Seven-Second Fade.wav
      • Audio Example 7-2_Ten-Second Fade.wav
      • Audio Example 7-3_Fifteen-Second Fade.wav
      • Audio Example 7-4_Five-Second Fade.wav
      • Audio Example 8-1_Build the Drum Sound.wav
      • Audio Example 8-2_Kick Tone.wav
      • Audio Example 8-3_Building the Drum and Bass Mix.wav
      • Audio Example 8-4_Several Amps Combined to One Sound.wav
      • Audio Example 8-5_One Guitar Track Blended into the Mix.wav
      • Audio Example 8-6_Simple Acoustic Production.wav
      • Audio Example 8-7_Acoustic Guitar Blended with the Band.wav
      • Audio Example 10-1_Comparison of First- to Sixth-Generation DAT.wav
      • Audio Example 10-2_Mic on Acoustic Guitar Using Common Mic Cable and then Monster Studio Pro 1000 Cable.wav
      • Audio Example 10-3_Vocal Using Common Mic Cable and then Monster Studio Pro 1000 Cable.wav
      • Audio Example 10-4_AES-EBU to DAT Using Common Cable and then SP1000 AES Silver Digital Monster Cable.wav
      • Audio Example 10-5_S-P DIF to DAT Using Common RCA Cables and then M1000 D Silver Digital Monster Cable.wav
      • Audio Example 10-6_Analog Out to DAT Using Common XLR Cables and then Prolink Studio Pro 1000 XLR Monster Cables.wav
      • Audio Example 10-7_ADAT Light Pipe into Digital Performer Using Common Optical Cable, Bounced to Disk.wav
      • Audio Example 10-8_ADAT Light Pipe into Digital Performer Using Monster Cable_s Interlink Digital Light Speed 100 Optical Cable, Bounced to Disk_.wav
      • Audio Example 10-9_Reference Mix (No EQ).wav
      • Audio Example 10-10_Air Increased and then Decreased at 18 kHz.wav
      • Audio Example 10-11_Highs Increased and then Decreased at 5 kHz.wav
      • Audio Example 10-12_Mids Increased and then Decreased at 400 Hz.wav
      • Audio Example 10-13_Lows Increased and then Decreased at 60 Hz.wav
      • Audio Example 10-14_Normal Mix.wav
      • Audio Example 10-15_3-dB Louder Waves L3 Multimaximizer.wav
      • Audio Example 10-16_6-dB Louder Waves L3 Multimaximizer.wav
      • Audio Example 10-17_9-dB Louder Waves L3 Multimaximize.wav
  • Video Examples

      • Video Example 2-1_Cleaning and Demagnetizing the Analog Tape Path.m4v
      • Video Example 3-1_RTA Studio.m4v
      • Video Example 5-1_Ramping Electric Guitar.m4v
      • Video Example 5-2_ Reamping Acoustic Drums.m4v
      • Video Example 6-1_Equalization Techniques.m4v
      • Video Example 6-2_Building the Drum Set Sound.m4v
      • Video Example 6-3_Building the Acoustic Guitar Sound.m4v
      • Video Example 6-4_Building the Electric Guitar Sound.m4v
      • Video Example 6-5_Building the Lead Vocal Sound.m4v
      • Video Example 6-6_Building the Backing Vocal Sound.m4v
      • Video Example 8-1_Building the Drum and Bass Mix.m4v
      • Video Example 8-2_Mixing the Lead Vocal.m4v
      • Video Example 8-3_Adding the Vocals to the Mix.m4v
      • Video Example 9-1_Performing Edits.m4v
      • Video Example 10-1_Noise Reduction, Metering, and the RTA.m4v
      • Video Example 10-2_Widening the Stereo Image.m4v
      • Video Example 10-3_Using the De-Esser.m4v