- 1 How do you get a good live band sound?
- 2 How do I make my band stand out?
- 3 What equipment is needed for a live band?
- 4 When bouncing a mix to disk on which track type should a dither plug in be inserted?
- 5 How do I make a mix group in Pro Tools?
- 6 What are clip groups Pro Tools?
- 7 Why is flat Fader mixed?
- 8 How can a session musician stand out?
How do you get a good live band sound?
7 Live Sound Tips for a Better Mixing Experience
- Be Vary of Feedback. This goes without saying.
- Get the Drum Sound Right. Live drums coming over the P.A.
- Over Compressed Vocals. Some like to over-compress vocals in a live setting.
- Monitor Positioning.
- Loud amplifiers.
- Don’t Ride the Faders.
- Some Bands Mix Themselves.
How do I make my band stand out?
Here are eight essential attributes that’ll make your band stand out from the crowd:
- A Resilient, Innovative Approach.
- A Fully-Realized Sonic Identity.
- A Fully-Realized Visual Identity.
- Star Quality.
- An Outstanding Work Ethic.
- An Unmissable Live Show.
- A Strong Web Presence.
What equipment is needed for a live band?
Audio producers specializing in live music need competency with a broad range of equipment, from mixing boards and lights to microphones and monitors.
When bouncing a mix to disk on which track type should a dither plug in be inserted?
Dither Plug -Ins for Mixdown: Whenever you are mixing down or bouncing to disk and your destination bit depth is lower than 24-bit, insert a dither plug -in on a Master Fader that controls the output mix.
How do I make a mix group in Pro Tools?
To Create A Mix Group In Pro Tools Highlight the track names in the Edit or Mix windows you want to group and then use the shortcut Command+G on a Mac or Control+G on Windows. This will bring up the Create Group window that you can see above.
What are clip groups Pro Tools?
Of the many editing feature in Pro Tools, one of the most useful is Clip Groups: a collection of audio, midi, or video clips that are grouped together to act as one. Clip Groups allow you to treat an entire range of files on one track, or several tracks, as if they are a single file.
Why is flat Fader mixed?
The first is that it helps you focus on what’s most important in the mix. In the case of a mixdown, this is the overall balance of the tracks. The second reason a fader -only mix is important is because it’s a HUGE part of the mixdown process.
How can a session musician stand out?
- Know your parts. Know your parts, and if possible, learn the parts of fellow players.
- Know who’s in charge.
- Remember that this is a job.
- Don’t invite surprise guests.
- Be proactive.
- Be polite.
- Save it for later.
- Don’t make comparisons.