Mastering pro Conor Dalton releases 7000-word document on best practices for mixing
He has previously worked with heavyweights the likes of Daft Punk, Amelie Lens, Jeff Mills, Marcel Dettmann, Ricardo Villalobos, Carl Craig and Maceo Plex
Berlin's renowned mastering engineer Conor Dalton has released a guide on mixing techniques, delving into the details with a 7000-word document.
In a recent post on his Instagram page, Conor Dalton said, “Here is a bunch of mixing advice that I have been passing to customers over the past 15 years as a mastering engineer, all collected and formatted into the one place.”
Conor Dalton's guide on mixing is a must-read for any music producer or engineer. The document, which delves into the intricacies of creating a powerful and dynamic mix, covers a wide range of topics, including “What makes a mix translate well across many environments?”, “How to achieve powerful mixes” and “Compression / Expansion: a rough practical guideline”. Available on a pay-what-you-can basis, the guide is easily accessible, whether you prefer to read it online or download it as a PDF document.
The Berlin engineer has previously worked with heavyweights such as Daft Punk, Amelie Lens, Jeff Mills, Marcel Dettmann, Ricardo Villalobos, Carl Craig, Andrew Weatherall, Maceo Plex, Kobosil and Ben Sims.
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