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PUREMIX Jacquire King Mixing Lifeboats TUTORiAL



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In Episode 6 of our Lifeboats Series, Grammy Award Winning Engineer, Jacquire King, opens the multitrack for the Will Knox song, "Lifeboats", and takes us all the way from hearing the song for the first time, to a completed powerful and energetic mix with his signature sound imprinted upon it.


In this 3 hour tutorial, learn how Jacquire:

Has his assistant, Danny Pellegrini prepare a session for mixing
Uses his 16 Channel Modified Quad console for out of the box summing
Address phase and polarity issues on multi-mic’d sources such as bass DI versus bass amp microphones and the drum kit
Addresses the commonly overlooked phase relationship between kick and snare
Discusses the importance of elements pushing the speakers versus pulling them
Sets up his mix bus processing at the beginning of the mix
Sets a Distressor for parallel drum compression
Adds stereo width to synth bass, and demonstrates using EQ pre and post-process
Controls the kick drum using SSL Channel compression and demonstrates how he hears the compression before the low-resolution meter displays what is happening.
Adds space to guitar and synth elements using multiple styles of delay and reverb
Uses tape saturation on background vocals
Adds tone and weight to the vocal by carefully tweaking the UAD 1176AE compressor, taking full advantage of the 2:1 ratio
Meticulously automates several elements of the mix to dynamically perfect the balance
 
 

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