Do you keep hitting wall after wall with your mixes? Never quite being able to get that professional sound that you’re after.
Is it frustrating to watch others make their mixes gel with relative ease?
Well adding analog gear to your workflow might just be the solution that you need to take your mixing up to the next level it’ll help you get the results that you’re after with a lot more enjoyment and a lot quicker.
But where to start?
Yes it’s overwhelming the number of videos on streaming platforms blog posts and forum posts about integrating analog gear into your workflow well you could spend hours trying to sift through that and differentiate what’s good and what’s bad information.
Or you could join me on my analog mixing basics course I’m Russ Cottier I’m a record producer mix engineer. I’ve been in the industry for nearly 20 years and I’m going to take you through the basics of how analog gear works and how you can integrate it into your workflow a very simple interface or a full analog studio.
We’re going to talk about how to integrate what gear you have into your specific workflow, why you might want to do it and how to make your mixing much more enjoyable much faster.
There is a reason why the world’s top mix engineers still use analog consoles so join me on the analog mixing basics course.