How to MIX Vocals That'll Make a Grown Man Weep with Mixerman and Earnhardt
Do you find it difficult to Mix Vocals? You're not alone.
- Do you compare your work to professionally produced records and wish your mixes were that effective?
- Do you struggle with setting reverbs? Compressors? EQ?
- Do you feel that your many hours of practice mixing have resulted in only incremental improvement?
- Do you find it difficult to find the right spatial treatment for the vocal? Or to get the vocal to feel like it’s part of the mix?
- Do you want to accelerate the learning curve?
- Do you wish you could get some kind of confirmation that you’re doing things right?
Worry not. We can help.
Who are we?
First there’s Ryan Earnhardt— a small studio owner in Asheville, NC. He’s an expert on home and guerrilla recording in which you get the best results you can with what you have. A self-admitted geek with a voracious appetite to learn anything and everything recording, he branched out from his studio work to produce his Creative Sound Lab Tutorials and Recording Courses in the hopes of bettering others. Ryan will be the first to tell you that he learns as much from his tutorials as his subscribers. Mixerman—aka Eric Sarafin—a freelance multi Gold and Platinum award winning recordist, mixer, and producer, I’ve worked with numerous nationally known acts in the most infamous Los Angeles studios. I approach record-making from a deep musical background, and bring over 25 years of experience in the high pressure arena of big budget major label productions. I have shared my many years of experience in five popular and well-regarded published books, including Zen and the Art of Mixing, Zen and the Art of Producing, and Zen and the Art of Recording. Between us, we have a knowledge base and expertise in recording, mixing, and producing that covers just about any situation you can imagine–from the technical to the practical, from the tangible to the theoretical, from the objective to the philosophical.
Who is this course for?
- Home Recordists
- Small Studio Operators
- Learning Producers
- Large Studio Assistants and Interns
- Audio School Students
- Weekend Warriors Musicians
If any of that describes you, then we can help you dramatically improve your results.
What can you expect?
Mixing is undoubtedly the most difficult, time consuming, and frustrating, discipline to master in the recording arts. So, it should be no surprise that this Mix Vocals Course contains over four and a half hours of detailed information, explanations, demonstrations, and guided comparisons all designed to help you overcome the steep learning curve that comes with mixing. By the time you’re done with How to Mix Vocals That’ll Make a Grown Man Weep, you will understand how the most seasoned recording pros get that vocal to sit perfectly in their mix. And the best part? You can do it with the plugins you have! We stayed completely in the computer for this Course. No matter what DAW you use, the concepts will translate directly. Our main focus is on concept and technique. This is what makes you valuable. How to Mix Vocals That’ll Make a Grown Man Weep with Mixerman and Earnhardt comes with 7 Core videos in which we discuss and demonstrate mixing vocals in great depth.
- Introduction (7:40)
- Arrangement (32:29)
- Processing Vocals (67:04)
- Fixing Problems (35:49)
- Effects (60:57)
- Background Vocals (35:28)
- The Third Party Mixer (22:48)
As if that isn’t enough, we also include 3 Bonus Sidebar lessons.
We also have a bundle to make getting the series of 3 courses easier: Purchase the Bundle Here
Everything is Downloadable
If you'd like, you can download the videos from the course to watch them directly from your computer. Or you can return as often as you like and stream them online.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee
We want you to be completely happy with the course and coaching. If you are not happy for any reason, just email Ryan within the first 30 days from your purchase and we will refund 100% of the purchase price for this course. No risk. The only thing you risk is not getting the course and allowing bad mixing to hold you back.