Mix Tips From A Mastering Engineer Pt. 2 – Into The Lair #109

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Mix Tips From A Mastering Engineer Pt. 2 – Into The Lair #109
PART 2: Dave goes “Into The Lair” with Gene Grimaldi, Chief Engineer at Oasis Mastering and offers tips on how to make your mix as ready as possible for mastering.

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26 thoughts on “Mix Tips From A Mastering Engineer Pt. 2 – Into The Lair #109”

  1. I was intrigued by the concept of the different ways of hearing of mixig
    and mastering engineers. I would have liked to hear a more developed
    discussion on that idea.

  2. The take home is to get connected with someone you respect/like their mixes
    and to continue being active learners. No plugins make or break a mix and
    neither do any “secret” techniques. 

  3. So much hate on this, be appreciative of all the free information people,
    He doesn’t HAVE to do this, jes*s chr***

  4. that’s so sad. I think Dave did that on purpose. I honestly don’t need or
    care about the specific plugins….but MOST people do. That’s just
    terrible. VERY uninformative video. But I’m glad they’re great
    friends…. Yeah, I like Dave and the show….most of the time. But come
    on guys.

  5. Dude.. I respect you.. but Fuck!! You didn’t let the guy speak!! You
    finished his sentences for him and kept redirecting back to you. He looked
    frustrated and annoyed. We learned nothing from your guest here today other
    than he masters records. Use that magnificent set of ears you have more,
    instead of wagging your freakin tongue. Ugh.. 

  6. Dave, with all due respect, when you ask a question give your guest enough
    time to develop an idea and speak it before you ask another or interrupt.
    Respectfully, Aaron.

  7. Gene’s expression at times is priceless. At :30, he looks like he’s
    watching a horror movie. Thanks for both of your efforts.

  8. With all due respect, I would have NO complaints about this video if it
    wasn’t for the title! It didn’t offer any tips at all. But having said
    that, I still enjoyed watching it. If it had been titled “A short chat with
    Gene Grimaldi” then nobody would be bitching, lol. 

  9. Wow people there were actually some important things that were said ! Stop
    taking things for granted.

  10. Dave I love the show, but I know nothing new about how to improve my mixes
    for mastering. Whether mastering engineers use plugins, get used to a pair
    of speakers, or how far back the 2 of you go teach me nothing I can
    implement. Please revisit this topic with more beef, or retitle this 2 part
    series to “Just Hang’n out with a Buddy of Mine That Has Mastered a Lot of
    Great Records”.

  11. a bit to much sucking up to friends from Daves part instead of letting them
    freaking talk.
    Dave interrupts exactly when the guest is about to say something with some
    nonsense exactly when the guest is getting to a point, don’t confuse your
    roll as an interviewer, also its ok to flatter your guests but don’t let
    that take over.
    make a question and LISTEN without interrupting SPECIALLY not to answer
    your own questions (!!!) and to lead the talk to a completely different
    place when your guest was about to make a point.

  12. you guys do such a good job on breaking both mixing and mastering!im stuck
    on one thing tho,how does a mastering engineer have any room to do anything
    if the mixed tracks are turned over as a stereo track to the master
    engineer??i know its an ignorant question,but either way i would like to
    know!

  13. NIGGA YOU TALK TOO MUCH & EVEN THEN YOU TAKE TOO LONG TO FORMULATE
    SENTENCES… RESPECT YOU & PENSADOS PLACE BUT PLEASE, LET THE MAN SPEAK!!!

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