Mixing for Movement (Audio Mixing)

By Gaurav Chintamani - Director—Audio Engineering & Music Production, SACAC

About this course

All roads lead to the final mix...every little step in pre-production, arrangement, recording, and performance meets at the finish line of the final mix. The mix can't really create the intended impact if any of the cogs were deficient, but given the ideal contribution by each element, it can amplify the ingredients to their maximum potential. At the core are two essential elements of listening and reacting, based on the reaction to listening. It’s cyclical, where you, the mix engineer is the first person who gets to “hear” the mix while it’s being created.
The workshop aims to clarify and stress on this, the key aspect of the mixing process. It is essential that the mix engineer stays true to his / her instinct and mixes with the intent to preserve that instinct.

Who is this for

Anyone who has ever intended to make a meaningful image out of these (mixing) elements of the proverbial jigsaw puzzle, this workshop intends to improve that skill.
Whether you're a producer looking to make your scratches sound better or a musician looking to make better sound recordings sound better in the mix, this workshop will help you make better sounding mixes, period.

Mixing for Movement (Audio Mixing)

By Gaurav Chintamani - Director—Audio Engineering & Music Production, SACAC

What all will you learn?

25-Nov-2019 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Setting up for a mix within a DAW and ensuring that the track is “ready” to be mixed.

Balance and finding events.

Building on the balance and creating interaction and movement.

Finishing touches, referencing techniques.

Mixing for Movement (Audio Mixing)

By Gaurav Chintamani - Director—Audio Engineering & Music Production, SACAC

Faculty

GAURAV  CHINTAMANI

GAURAV CHINTAMANI

Director—Audio Engineering & Music Production, SACAC

Mixing for Movement (Audio Mixing)

By Gaurav Chintamani - Director—Audio Engineering & Music Production, SACAC

FAQs

Anyone who has attempted to mix a track and has working knowledge of a DAW and the conventional tools used in the mixing process.

No, there will be no recording, there might be some re-recording!

If you're used to listening on a pair of headphones then carry them for reference. 

Not during the course of the workshop, though you will be given some material to mix, which you can mix using the skills you learn in the workshop and send in for a mix review.

Mixing for Movement (Audio Mixing)

By Gaurav Chintamani - Director—Audio Engineering & Music Production, SACAC

Fee Structure

S. No. Particulars Amount
1 Academic Fees Rs. 5500/-
2 Other Expenses (Joining Kit, Portal and Certification) Rs. 2000/-
Total Payable Rs. 7500/-

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