PureMix.Net just completed this incredible three-part video series on mixing Jay Stolar in Studio One. The trailer is embedded below, but the entire video series is available over on PureMix.Net. Get some great insights on recording and mixing a live show from Fab Dupont!
Hey, why not save a little money while you’re at it? PureMix is kindly offering PreSonus users 40% this great tutorial. Hurry, this offer ends Oct. 8, 2013!
Fab DuPont says: “Studio One was perfect for this project, because I knew we would be using several different kinds of interfaces and Studio One works great with all of them. Also, it’s a great tool to do both production and mixing at the same time and i knew since we had to work fast that we may have to back to recording in the middle of the mixing process.”
[This just in from the fabulous Fab! He’s heading up the incredible mixing contest going on over at PureMix, where you could win an incredible prize package that includes a PreSonus ADL 700!]
Good morning PreSonus!
We thought you’d enjoy news of our little big contest with just 2 weeks left to go.
We’ve had more than 700 mixes posted on the SoundCloud channel. Also, discussions on the forum have started to pick up with almost 50,000 views!
In a nutshell, it is going really really really well. This is going to be remembered. People are already asking for the next contest!
Here are some of the submissions that have been entered so far. Check out the competition! Can you do better?
Once again, the PureMix team performed on the Sweetwater Gearfest theater stage. Fab and Ben recorded The Liza Colby Sound live, with no safety net, showing how to place microphones, set up preamps, and process audio in real-time while recording it!
Starting April 16, the tracks will be available for download, and that’s where you come in. Mix ’em up, submit them, and you could win PreSonus Studio One 2.5 Professional, an ADL 700 preamp, or one of 15 other incredible prizes!
Click here to learn more about the amazing prizes available, as well as submission guidelines and all that mumbo gumbo that keeps the lawyers happy. Thanks PureMix!