Mixing live drums is not easy. With all those mics, tracks and bleed it's hard to get each part of the kit sounding punchy, clean and clear! And once they sound good, then there's the issue of getting them all sounding together as one solid unit!
This Cubase course, by Eyal Amir, explains the whole drum mixing process from setting basic levels, dealing with phase issues, using filters, EQ compression and more. And every step of the way, Eyal generously shares his production knowledge, while concisely explaining the audio insights behind his awesome-sounding drum tracks.
So whether you're recording with one mic, twelve mics or just using a software drum instrument, this course will help you achieve that killer drum sound that'll become the rhythmic foundation of your track. In fact, it doesn't even matter what DAW you use. The lessons in this course are universal! So sit back, watch, listen and learn from the audio wisdom of Eyal Amir.
1 Introduction (01:36)
2 Initial Level Control (02:25)
3 Muting Some of the Tracks (07:42)
4 Using Groups for Drums - Part 1 (02:47)
5 Using Groups for Drums - Part 2 (04:24)
6 Solving Basic Phase Issues (02:54)
7 Using Gates for Kick Drums (04:50)
8 Cleaning Up Low Frequencies (04:49)
9 Kick Drum 'in' Mic EQ (05:44)
10 Kick Drum 'out' Mic EQ (05:26)
11 Combining the Kick Drum Mics (04:14)
12 Group EQ (03:48)
13 Kick Drum Compression (05:29)
14 Snare Mixing Basics (03:43)PREVIEW
15 Snare Mixing in Depth (09:42)
16 Mixing Snare & Kick (03:23)
17 Adding the Overheads (05:09)
18 Handling Cymbal Close Mics (04:07)
19 Ride Cymbal Mic (02:59)
20 Rack & Floor Toms (03:51)
21 Applying Reverbs to All Tracks (06:29)
22 Drums Group Processing (03:47)
23 Conclusion (01:13)
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