Mix With The Masters – Inside The Track #92 – Hans Zimmer “Dune Soundtrack” (TUTORIAL)

By | February 4, 2024

Mix With The Masters – Inside The Track #92 – Hans Zimmer “Dune Soundtrack” (TUTORIAL)

Year of manufacture: 2023
Manufacturer: Mix With The Masters
Manufacturer’s website: Link
Author: Alan Meyerson
Duration: 0h 58min
Type of material distributed: Video lesson
English language

Description: Together with Alan Meyerson, you will discover a new musical universe and get acquainted with the award-winning soundtrack from the film Dune.
In this new series of videos, Alan takes an in-depth look at the blockbuster’s musical score, written and produced by Hans Zimmer. Join him as he explores the mix of “Leaving Caladan,” an instantly recognizable track featuring Guthrie Govan, Tina Guo and Luara Cotler.
While working on the arrangement, Alan shares his basic techniques for creating exciting mixes with quadraphonic sound. Using specialized tools, he demonstrates how to create depth, dynamics and density using just four channels. From weighted panning to spin-based dynamics processing, you’ll learn a ton of new techniques for creating outstanding multi-channel mixes.
Alan masterfully balances his own mixing matrix. He offers a modern take on the subject, focusing on his tire handling and stem management strategies. These elegant solutions allow him to make adjustments to the mix on the fly, while providing maximum flexibility in the final mix.

Content :
1. Playback formats, rough mix comparison, overall approach
2. Stem preparation, quadraphonic panning, weighted panning, stereo width, phase, bass, percussion
3. Layering sounds, orchestral backbone, orchestral details, bagpipes, woodwinds, choir, organ
4. Glockenspiel, bells, low-end harmonics, drum kits, cello, haas effect
5. Cello, pads, hybrid instruments, special effects, movement
6. Routing, stem mixing, print matrix, multi-band processing, limiting, downmixin
There are subtitles in Russian, English and Spanish.

Example files: not provided
Video format: MP4
Video: AVC, 1920×1080, 16:9, 29.95 fps, 1500 kb/s
Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 320 kb/s, 2 channels

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