The ultimate course about Mixing Melodic Hitech Psytrance
Introduction to the Mixing Masterclass by Samuel Zimmermann aka Parandroid
What You will learn in this course:
You will learn how to make your mix sound balanced and professional. We will take a mixed track by the Artist and go back to scratch.
We will also provide you with the WAV Stem files of the original track by Parandroid. So regardless of which DAW you chose to use, you will be able to participate in this class. This course can be used with any current DAW released today.
All Mix Faders get set to zero and all Plug-ins and EQs get removed entirely. We will go through each element and set the Volume according to our Fixpoint in the Mix. Along the way you will learn some of the most advanced Techniques anyone can teach you today.
- FixPoint Mixing
- Compression/Multiband Compression/Limiting
- General Dynamics
What do I need to have in order to enroll
The course is designed to work with any DAW. The project files provided are Steinberg Cubase 11 project files. The Stems are in the WAV format and therefore compatible with every DAW. We recommend using Linear Studio Headphones or Active Monitor speakers, but what gear you use is up to you.
How does it work?
Simply click on enroll to start learning. If you do not have an Instinct Learning profile you will have to register in order to take part in the course. Once you are enrolled you will have access to all learning videos, the project files, stem file downloads, and the written learning material. Your skill will be evaluated through a final test at the end of the course.
What is a Good Mix?
A good mix is first and foremost a balanced one. No element interferes with any other element in the mix while at the same time forming one whole.
What is the suggested level?
Advanced Beginner to intermediate Learning Level. We will show advanced techniques as well as advanced beginner learning grade techniques in this video course.
If you want to learn more about Parandroid you can check his website
Music mixed by Parandroid