This particular lesson was taught by David himself which was a very nice change of pace. By which I mean the examples were different, and the style of teaching. We talked about the, well theory of mixing, and not too much about the actual numbers. We discussed that it is our job as an engineer or producer to make the artist sound the best they can. That we must have a plan going into the recording, that we must have done our research on the artist and the style of music that the artist is looking for, and to never stick to one "sound". Every individual sounds different, perhaps similar, but different. This means that sticking to same techniques for every person will leave all your mixes sounding the same and boring after a while.
Braden Lerat — Saskatchewan Recording Connection
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