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Re: Last Mixing Session - Lessons Learnt

Postby curlybob43 » Thu Feb 20, 2020 1:56 pm

Zukan wrote:The Elf is Jedi! He knows shit.

Haha, second that from reading his posts - although you'll be imparting some wisdom upon me when I pick up some of the e-books. Particularly looking at the low end and beat construction ones, maybe then hip-hop mixing!
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Re: Last Mixing Session - Lessons Learnt

Postby Martin Walker » Thu Feb 20, 2020 11:35 pm

curlybob43 wrote:
Zukan wrote:The Elf is Jedi! He knows shit.

Haha, second that from reading his posts - although you'll be imparting some wisdom upon me when I pick up some of the e-books. Particularly looking at the low end and beat construction ones, maybe then hip-hop mixing!

On the off chance that you haven't yet read it, here's a link to my SOS review of Zukan's Low End book:

https://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/sa ... ze-low-end

Spoiler alert - I liked it lots, and still refer to it for inspiration! ;)


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