Mixing Hip Hop: The Definitive Guide For Producers offers over 200 pages and 26 videos of Hip Hop production secrets that will help both beginners and more experienced Beat Makers and Producers alike, accompanied by a massive collection of before/after audio examples, screenshots and supplementary videos. To help the reader with basic principles of Hip Hop production an additional 26 videos have been provided that cover all the basic and advanced processes covered in the book.
We are proud to announce the launch of our latest eBook package: Mixing Hip Hop — The Definitive Guide for Producers. Designed for producers of all levels, as well as artists who want to up the quality of their self-produced tunes, we take you through the ups and downs of a real-word hip hop project, revealing a host of industry tips, tricks and techniques along the way, and all the time explaining the why as well as the how. Everything’s focused on meeting the needs of classic hip hop productions, but it’s all relevant to other urban, dance and pop genres, and for anyone interested in music production more generally. Like our recent highly acclaimed Mix Bus Strategies e-learning package, Mixing Hip Hop takes the form of a hands-on, example-rich PDF eBook that’s backed up with dozens of audio and video examples —this time there are over 200 pages packed with useful screenshots, 26 video tutorials and 300 uncompressed, pristine-quality 24-bit 44.1kHz WAV files. Everything’s neatly organized by chapter —read the book, follow the richly illustrated step-by-step examples. About half of the videos are specific to the track the book concentrates on, while the other half focus on production techniques more general. The audio files include the before and after multi-tracks and stereo mixes, so you can import everything into your DAW and put the techniques techniques into practice.
The book starts with the raw multi tracks, assessing what’s good and not so good about the recordings, and exploring strategies to tackle any problems — everything from noise reduction to replacing or pseudo mastering at the mix-bus. Finally, it’s time to sprinkle the gold dust — the book displays how a mix engineer can take things much, much further, when they have free rein to stray beyond the brief. The book explores everything from creative use of effects, triggering new sounds via MIDI that’s been extracted from the audio parts, to sophisticated processing and routing strategies that can be used to apply a truly professional sheen to the mix. We think you’ll be impressed by the results! Download Hip Hop Mixing Table of Contents Technical Specification:
- Contents: 206 pages – 26 Videos
- Format: PDF & WAV (24/44.1)
- Compatibility: PC or Mac & any music hardware or software
- Author: Eddie Bazil
- Download Size: 1.4GB (compressed), 4.8GB (extracted)
- Delivery: Download instantly after purchase.