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Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 8:47 pm
by Mike Senior
RAWNUM83RZ wrote:Hello Mike,
Just a quick question? once we've uploaded the multitrack and attempt a mix is there a forum or somewhere where we can send it back to get feedback on how we did with the mix or any tips or tricks we should use for that particular mix?

Well, people round here always seem pretty happy to provide feedback on mixes if you post them... :)

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 1:07 pm
by somu1991
Hello mike.. thanks for your info...

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Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 3:45 pm
by Athanasios C. Paschalis
Mike Senior wrote:
RAWNUM83RZ wrote:Hello Mike,
Just a quick question? once we've uploaded the multitrack and attempt a mix is there a forum or somewhere where we can send it back to get feedback on how we did with the mix or any tips or tricks we should use for that particular mix?

Well, people round here always seem pretty happy to provide feedback on mixes if you post them... :)

I just stumbled upon your post... Fantastic job and a great initiative! Well done!

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Tue Nov 27, 2012 7:06 am
by Reverend_Chaos
Allright!

This is just brilliant, Mr. Senior! I've just landed a project mixing a demo for a Black Metal band as a first "real" gig mix-wise (after having mixed my own stuff for some years) so I'm downloading one of the Death Metal projects from your page as we speak so I can practice a bit more before I receive the files I shall work on.

Any tips on how to achieve a gritty, garage-y but still powerful extreme metal mix are welcome, allthough I suspect that is a topic for another thread somewhere else on this forum :headbang:

Anyhow, thanks for all tips, mix rescues, masterclasses, inspiring articles and generous libraries with training projects. You're doing a great job!

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2013 4:25 am
by Sibelius19
I know I may just get shot down here but, what is multitrack?

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Sat Jul 06, 2013 12:13 am
by Mr.MixAlot
Thanks for posting this! Great stuff!

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:51 am
by Mike Senior
Just a quick update to say that last month's Mix Rescue candidates, the band Motor Tapes, have kindly made the multitracks for their song 'Shore' available for download should any SOS readers fancy trying their hand at mixing those themselves:

Motor Tapes: 'Shore' -- multitrack files

In case you missed that particular article, here's a link: Mix Rescue September 2013: Motor Tapes

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:48 am
by Littlemonkeystudios
sounds good!

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 12:10 am
by Ron Snijders
For some reason, I noticed this thread a couple of times, but only checked it out today. Wonderful stuff, thank you!

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 4:41 pm
by intermittent hummer
I can't seem to find the multitrack files on soundcloud for the "session" article from the december 2013 issue of SOS. I have noticed google does take a while before it is able to find stuff that I put on S/cloud, but it has been 2 1/2 wks now. any suggestions?
thanks
jp

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 4:52 pm
by Matt Houghton
intermittent hummer wrote:I can't seem to find the multitrack files on soundcloud for the "session" article from the december 2013 issue of SOS. I have noticed google does take a while before it is able to find stuff that I put on S/cloud, but it has been 2 1/2 wks now. any suggestions?
thanks
jp

You can download them here

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2015 1:11 pm
by KsJohn
Awesome resource! Well done on the latest additions as well, It is as good as analogmix... :)

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:43 am
by forumuser695697
Firstly just want to say that this is a great resource to have to practice mixing so thank you very much for providing it.

I just wondered if anyone knew of an online service very similar to this but where by musicians/bands want there tracks mixing (so self recorded and then want a 3rd party to mix them) and you as a mix engineer can offer your services either for a donation or set fee? There must be a lot of self recorded bands out there looking to get there music semi-professionally mixed and mastered for a fee that doesn't run into hundreds of pounds per track?

Basically I would love to offer a mixing service to musicians/bands who don't have a huge budget but would be willing to pay something to get the job done.

Thanks for any help in advance.

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 7:18 pm
by Gav W
Unbeleivable, I was just about to ask if something like this existed!!
Thanks for the work you put in!

Re: Library Of Free Multitrack Downloads: Update

PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2016 1:20 pm
by Hugh Robjohns
forumuser695697 wrote:Basically I would love to offer a mixing service to musicians/bands who don't have a huge budget but would be willing to pay something to get the job done.

Is this to allow you to gain experience so that one day you'll be able to make a living charging for your professional mixing services?

That's great... Except that when you get there you'll find no one wants to pay you because someone else will be offering to do it for free (or almost free)! :o

As any self-employed or freelancer will tell you, well-meaning enthusiastic amateurs offering to work for free, or to seriously undercut the 'professional' rates only sour the milk for everyone and drive the rates (and often the technical standards) down. And that's really not a good idea in the long term for anyone hoping to forge a career in pro-audio.

If you're good enough to do the job Its really important to charge the going rate for the service, not only for yourself, but for the benefit of everyone trying to make a living in the business.

Just saying'... ;-) it's disheartening because I've met so many young people over the years starting out as self-employed professionals who just can't make a living wage because so many enthusiastic amateurs are undercutting them...

H