Modern rock music has an expectation of tightness that bands must achieve in order to compete on alternative radio and modern rock playlists. In this tutorial, Grammy winner Fab Dupont shows you how to make a hard rocking mix have has all the punch, sizzle, and pop that 21st century rock fans expect.
Fab uses Presonus Studio One Pro v3 as his canvas to sculpt his mix into a competitive modern rock track ready for radio.
This video is perfect for anyone wanting to go above and beyond that "home studio" sound and jump to the next level of professional polished audio engineering.
Dangerous Music Converters, 2 Bus+, and Liaison
Studio One’s easy to use “Folder” style arrangement
Treating rock vocal stacks
Combining samples with acoustic drums
The importance of referencing your mixes
Get a chance at mixing the song yourself by downloading the multitrack.
viccieleaks •Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Snarky Puppy are pretty tight aren`t they..
Carlo Jauregui •Wednesday, September 14, 2016
No puedo ver los vídeos marcan error..
rickdrumss •Saturday, August 6, 2016
very cool stuff!!
blackeyed •Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Just Great! And quite amusing...
haakira •Saturday, July 9, 2016
Andre Zickerick •Friday, June 24, 2016
How is the name of the referenzsong?
Great Video. It was fun to watch
knutrichard •Monday, February 15, 2016
Thanks for an excellent video!!
SnarlingParrot •Wednesday, December 30, 2015
not bad but with my external speakers for my laptop sounds better without mid-bass cut.. maybe too clean with mastering.. but great sound engineer and producer! Thanks!
GOSPELMAN4LIFE13@YAHOO.COM •Saturday, December 26, 2015
he said sorry if i do it different.. so its very subjective
ladex142online •Saturday, December 26, 2015
I think he over did it, the track got too clean for my liking.
rathimself •Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Entertaining, informative and utterly bullsheet free.
Devora Clark •Tuesday, December 15, 2015
I'm halfway through this video and it already has given me as an indie artist who records on my iMac using Logic Pro a tremendous leap in the ability to communicate intelligently with my current engineer who is mixing my CD. I never wanted to get into the knowledge of mixing - I just want to be a musician. I'm from the analog age and strictly use my ears and know this way what is good, but have not been able to speak this knowing with technical terms to a younger engineer who mixes digitally and is not familiar with a throbbing kick drum nor a driving bass line.
Turquoisetim •Sunday, December 13, 2015
The content is good. Fab is a great teacher. Unfortunately the resolution is very poor and makes it impossible to read the screen of the DAW shots. I won't be buying any videos from here.