le 6 février 2011
Cool book from the author of the very funny (for anyone ever involved in any recording project anyway) "Daily Adventures of Mixerman".
Food for thought in a perfect and necessary complement to tool-oriented books (like Roey Izhaki's "Mixing Audio: Concepts, Practices and Tools", one of the best from my point of view) : a must-read for anyone involved in a recording-project involving a mix, be they artists, musicians, producers or engineers.
For non-mixers : learn to stop being irrationnal about the mix, what you can and what not to expect from the mix and how best to interact with your mix engineer. Plus, gain a better understanding of the mix as the endgame, and thus how to optimize your productions.
Thanks Mixerman !