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David Gibson's hugely popular The Art of Mixing, the book that has taught a generation of mixing engineers, comes to life with over 3-1/2 hours of vi...Click To Read More About This Product
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David Gibson's hugely popular The Art of Mixing, the book that has taught a generation of mixing engineers, comes to life with over 3-1/2 hours of vivid, animated instruction on one feature-packed DVD! With Gibson's exclusive 3-dimensional framework, you'll learn the right way to create every style of mix for any style of music. Topics covered include: descriptions and visuals of the functions of each piece of studio equipment involved in mixing, specific concepts behind making a mix that is appropriate for the music and the song, correlations between audio parameters and the visual parameters of the virtual mixer, and much more!
Size: 7-1/2" x 5-1/4"
Author: David Gibson
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It isn't worth it. The visual guide is completely uninformative and this guy is selling you a dream. Throughout the DVD he even tells you his technique is worthless because he frequently points out that mixing is an art that solely depends on your own preferences. He doesn't show you that many tricks (if any) on how to make your mix more clean and clear. He just bores you with dull skits and a child-like visual of a mixing realm, a realm in which nobody but himself probably understands. Don't waste three hours of your precious time on this earth for this confusing nonsense.
I had bought this DVD with expectation that I would "...learn the right way to create every style of mix for any style of music.", this thing confounds the definition of "educational"! Unless you like the "Sesame Street" or better still, "Dumb & Dumber" still of instruction; do not waste your hard earned money on this product!I am further disappointed that the name of "Hal Leonard" would even be associated with this piece of trash.