This week’s guest is Mix Engineer, Erik Madrid. Erik is a Bay Area raised engineer who moved to Los Angeles to attend UCLA and later landed an internship at Westlake Recording Studios in Hollywood. He went on to meet award-winning mixer Manny Marroquin, who took him under his wing and together they worked on over 1000 songs together at Larrabee Studios. Erik has mixed for some of the hottest artists out right now including Kehlani’s “SweetSexySavage” album, Khalid’s “American Teen” album, as well as Kyle’s hit song “iSpy” featuring Lil Yachty. Sign Up for Pensado’s Village: Subscribe to our [More]
Trap Beat in Pro Tools 12 using Falcon and Nexus
[FREE] Audio Masterclass with Joe Marlett (Credits: Foo Fighters, Blink 182, Fenix TX, Queens of the Stone Age) CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW: Pro Studio Live and Signature Sound Studio bring you some of the most talented audio engineers to showcase their recording, mixing, mastering and production tips and techniques to the home studio and professional community.
Sign up here to see exclusive videos and download practice sessions In Lesson 8 of the “How to Record” series, Warren discusses Pro Tools Basics. He gives an overview of opening a session, creating audio & instrument tracks, basic recording and editing. Produce Like A Pro is a website which features great tips to help the beginning recordist make incredible sounding home recordings on a budget.
A short video of what it looks like on a tracking day with Joe Gilder owner of Tim Horsley on drums, Steve Peffer on B3, Jason Roller on electric, Matt McGee on bass, and Joe Gilder on acoustic. (Song by Mike and the Suspects.)
Download the mix templates ➥ // In this video, David Glenn gives you an updated stereo buss masterclass on steroids // Part 1 of The Mix Template Series: // More videos on stereo buss processing:
Here’s another webinar replay from Hyperbits on how to add movement and life to your tracks. // This video will only be up for a limited time so don’t miss out ⏱️ // Learn more from Hyperbits in his new course ➥
►► Create radio-worthy songs from your bedroom. Download my FREE Radio Ready Guide and learn my 6 step process → If you work primarily with sampled sounds, virtual instruments, or any other electronic based music then this can help you. One thing that seems to be lacking in some electronic productions is a human or organic element. That musical piece that can be a bridge between your cutting edge sounds and something subtly familiar. In this video I show you how to take a primarily electronic based production and “warm” it up with two simple moves.