Throughout his impressive career, Mark Needham has been trusted by artists like Imagine Dragons,The 1975, Walk The Moon, Blue October, and The Killers to create the exciting and in your face mixes he is known for.
In this puremix.net exclusive, see how he carries this legacy over to Mona’s hit single “In The Middle”.
During this 2 hour tutorial, Mark will show you how he creates his energetic mixes using techniques like parallel compression, harmonic saturation, creative effects and how he splits up the heavy lifting of tasks like EQ and compression across multiple plugins.
After you watchMark mix the track with his signature techniques, you can download the multi-track and mix the song yourself.
Mr Rambolini •Monday, October 24, 2022
Another excellent insight into one mixers approach. Very much an all in all at once approach to me - but I share others views that he seemed to be approaching a lot of tracks out of context which goes against so much other wisdom on this site.
cjbroersma •Monday, November 29, 2021
Loved the tutorial ... Forget the "less is more" attitude, he throws the kitchen sink on these tracks and it sounds sooo good!
RedPineHill •Thursday, February 18, 2021
I'm sure this will be an unpopular opinion, but this is probably my least favorite video on PureMix to date. The song is mediocre at best, but honestly, I had to stop watching/listening when, after more than an hour since he slapped it on the vocal, he left that god-awful, fry-your-eyes, bright ass 80's reverb on for the rest of the mix. How anyone could leave that on there and start finalizing a mix with it is beyond me. Was the room really dark or something? Maybe the stuffed animals were absorbing a few too much high end? IDK... Guess I 'll have to listen to the final version.
MrJetlag •Tuesday, December 10, 2019
When I get a recording deal - I'm insisting the record company book him or its a deal breaker !
peterkcraft •Wednesday, May 1, 2019
I had the privilege of recording with Mark at Hyde St Studios in San Francisco more than 20 years ago. My band sucked, but you wouldn't know it by his reaction. He treated us like we were the rock stars we weren't. When I completely botched a drum part he decided to pull it from the first verse, which would be completely trivial to do today. This was with 2" 24-track tape and a razor blade. I will NEVER forget that. Nobody deserves their success more than he does.
sammywoods •Saturday, March 30, 2019
Why is he mixing in solo for the most part??
jano.l •Thursday, February 21, 2019
Is that a fake dog?
pabloquijano •Sunday, July 29, 2018
oh! en español por favor!!!
DRocksRecords •Saturday, July 14, 2018
holy shit... had to pause the video to say that this kick mixing technique is never ending candy haha. Never thought so far has he does. This is excellent!
Didihendrix •Monday, June 4, 2018
Oh my god! He just Killed!!!!
PoPe •Monday, June 4, 2018
Oh MY GOD!!!! Soooo gooood.
verdoyant •Thursday, May 31, 2018
Musically this track is really firing on all cylinders, it’s so cool to see the process up close.
tommijk •Thursday, May 31, 2018
Love Marks style. Fast workflow with great results!
composermikeglaser •Thursday, May 31, 2018
Mark makes the track so much more punchy and exciting in such an effortless way.
Good stuff :)