Recordist, producer, and author Eric Sarafin (aka Mixerman) recently released his 6th book entitled Musician’s Survival Guide to a Killer Record. The book is geared towards musicians recording at home, not studio savvy engineers.Read More
Many of my clients record using ProTools, but I prefer to mix in Logic. What to do? Luckily, it's really easy to swap files back and forth between the two platforms. Here's a great article from MIX explaining how to do it.
Not using ProTools or Logic? No problem. Although the steps are different, the concept is the same no matter what music production software you are using. Just remember to maintain the bit depth of the original files when bouncing or rendering the individual tracks out.
And please, don't add dither!
Questions? Drop me a line and we'll figure out how to make it work.
If you're an independent musician and haven't discovered the CD Baby DIY Musician Podcast, be sure to check out Episode #79. Kevin Breuner said a few kind words about my mix of his band's Christmas song. Thanks to Kevin and the rest of the guys in Hello Morning.
The CD Baby DIY Musician Podcast features interviews with independent musicians, engineers, booking agents, marketing and promotion luminaries and more. I've been a listener since Episode #1 and it's an honor to have been mentioned on the show. Truly a great resource for the indie musician.