3-Dimensional Mixing Explained

Recording School Online releases Mixing for 3-D Stereo Depth video guide      14/04/09

3-Dimensional Mixing Explained


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Recording School Online has released the Mixing for 3-D Stereo Depth video guide. Here's how they describe it in the press release...
Very often, what separates the amateur recording from the professionals are simply, quality production values. Nowadays with modern equipment it's not so difficult to make a recording that sounds fine but unfortunately, so many of these recordings are lacking in the quality production techniques associated with world-class work.
Mixing for 3-D Stereo Depth, is a four part, full-length video guide by RSO. This video guide demonstrates some astounding producers tricks and a full array of free and affordable audio plug-ins essential for creating 3-D space.
Also demonstrated and explained are techniques designed to help your mixes "jump" out of the speakers and sound not only "wider" but also more dimensional.
We jam-packed this full-length feature to make it the most comprehensive video on the subject of 3-D stereo mixing.
Demonstrated are several styles of music as well as acoustic and electric instrumentation.
This four part video is available for download, only from RSO.
This video set is part of our advanced music production series. RSO currently offers many hours of recording/production videos that cover every aspect of the mixing process. All our videos are designed to simplify the complex task of mixing music while offering detailed and very comprehensive information.
All videos are available for both Mac and PC and ready for download.
Pricing and Availability:
$76.
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