I am very pleased and excited to announce the launch of my good friends Dave Vignola and Pete Woj’s awesome joint venture mixing education website. I have been privileged to have been on board with them helping them test it, get details right and provide some resources for its first month. They are fantastic colleagues and friends, and I cannot recommend them and this new venture more highly!
They are currently running a pre-sale on membership in the 7 days prior to the site’s official start on August 1st 2017. The prices are insanely low and the value and quality of content phenomenally high. Whatever your level of mixing ability and knowledge, these guys can teach you and help you take your mixing chops, and your confidence forward.
Go check it out and join today! Follow the link below!
Here’s Dave to give you a bit more detail on what you get at Learning To Mix:
In today’s video in this series, we take a further look at some more MIDI editing features in Studio One 3.5.
Please note: Although some of these features are NOT new to 3.5, they have been updated, and improved.
In today’s video, we look at a couple of the new MIDI editing features in Studio One 3.5, dealing with overlapping notes and automation lanes in the Music Editor.
In today’s video, we look at the very cool new feature that allows you to apply track names in the arranger view, to the channels in the mixer view. This is especially applicable to Instrument Tracks.
In today’s video, we will look at possibly the most important feature of the 3.5 update – Low Latency Monitoring. To accompany this video, here are links to an important FAQ article on this subject:
And my good friend Jeff Pettit’s fantastic handbook to Low Latency Monitoring:
Once you have watched the video, please go and check out the resources.