Prepping Your Tracks For A Mix Engineer

I’ve worked with several clients this year who had trouble sending me their sessions or their audio for me to mix. Most of the time the audio is a jumbled mess once imported into a session. The reason for this is a lack of time-alignment between tracks. Here’s a brief video of how to properly prepare and export your audio, to be sent off for mixing.

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2 thoughts on “Prepping Your Tracks For A Mix Engineer

  1. Hey Sean, very cool video and blog. I think this type of information really helps bridge the gap for DIY musicians looking to become more knowledgable. As we gain more knowledge and experience, it’s easy to take for granted so many of the procedural aspects of the music production process. But this type of info really helps people who are starting out. I’d like to personally invite you to become a part of the AirGigs community. Have a look at our blog – perhaps it’s something that you might want to do a guest post for? Anyway, cool blog post!

    David
    AirGigs.com // Co-Founder

    • Thank you David. I appreciate the comment. I’m looking at your site right now.