Mixing for Producers and Artists

OverviewMixing is now part art part science. Often a mystery to artist and producers alike, mixing is one of the most important steps in the process of producing music. In this workshop Hutten will not only talk about mixing techniques, but also hollistic approaches to deliver mixes quickly without a thousand revisions and confusion. How can we keep our vision without spending months on a single song? Join us on Zoom to learn more.  You Will Learn AboutEqualization (Eqing)Dynamics and CompressionLimitingDelay and Reverb; Uses and TechniquesProducingPsychoacoustic effectsDifferent artistic approaches for different genresTips on how to deliver mixes quickly without second guessingThis workshop will take place physically at the Digital Media Lab with limited capacity (6 people) and it will also be broadcasted through Zoom (link will be sent in your ticket through email).About the Instructor:Mariana Hutten (@mari_hutten) is a producer, mixing, and mastering engineer based in Toronto, Canada. Specialized in genres such as pop, rock, hip hop, and jazz, Hutten has worked in a wide range of projects consisting in recorded music, live recording, and music for video.  Hutten has worked on international projects from Montreal, Banff, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Monaco, among others. In addition to her cosmopolitan experience, Hutten has also worked on projects with producers such as Eddie Kramer, Colin Linden, and Richard King.The  zoom link and password will be sent in your ticket.  Please make sure to check your email. Photographs and/or video will be taken at this event. By taking part in this event you grant the event organizers full rights to use the images resulting from the photography/video filming, and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for fundraising, publicity or other purposes to help achieve the group’s aims. This might include (but is not limited to), the right to use them in their printed and online publicity, social media, press releases and funding applications. If you do not wish to be photographed please inform an event organizer. 

At DML and via Zoom
130 Queens Quay East, East Tower 4th Floor (Map)

Overview

Mixing is now part art part science. Often a mystery to artist and producers alike, mixing is one of the most important steps in the process of producing music. In this workshop Hutten will not only talk about mixing techniques, but also hollistic approaches to deliver mixes quickly without a thousand revisions and confusion. How can we keep our vision without spending months on a single song? Join us on Zoom to learn more. 

 

You Will Learn About

  • Equalization (Eqing)
  • Dynamics and Compression
  • Limiting
  • Delay and Reverb; Uses and Techniques
  • Producing
  • Psychoacoustic effects
  • Different artistic approaches for different genres
  • Tips on how to deliver mixes quickly without second guessing
This workshop will take place physically at the Digital Media Lab with limited capacity (6 people) and it will also be broadcasted through Zoom (link will be sent in your ticket through email).

About the Instructor:

Mariana Hutten (@mari_hutten) is a producer, mixing, and mastering engineer based in Toronto, Canada. Specialized in genres such as pop, rock, hip hop, and jazz, Hutten has worked in a wide range of projects consisting in recorded music, live recording, and music for video.  Hutten has worked on international projects from Montreal, Banff, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Monaco, among others. In addition to her cosmopolitan experience, Hutten has also worked on projects with producers such as Eddie Kramer, Colin Linden, and Richard King.

The  zoom link and password will be sent in your ticket.  Please make sure to check your email. 

Photographs and/or video will be taken at this event. By taking part in this event you grant the event organizers full rights to use the images resulting from the photography/video filming, and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for fundraising, publicity or other purposes to help achieve the group’s aims. This might include (but is not limited to), the right to use them in their printed and online publicity, social media, press releases and funding applications. If you do not wish to be photographed please inform an event organizer.