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the book was delivered timely and it was a good read. it was more interviews about mixing but if should give you a good foundationPublished 1 month ago by Roderick A Hill
Very well-written. A bit on the technical side, but it should be.Published 4 months ago by John E. Palmer
my mixes are sounding better and i now have alternate ways of achieving my sound. It is jam packed full of knowledgePublished 21 months ago by audiophyle
Kind of outdated in many areas, though the basics of acoustics and mixing are there. It really needs to be brought up to date with color photos and better details.Published 23 months ago by FIlmmakerDude
This book should be labeled "Mixing for Dummies" it is so simple and straight forward. Its not a bunch of theory that no one understands, but it is full of actual tips. Read morePublished on November 22, 2013 by K-Star
I love all the books, and in this book I have found a lot of interesting tips and have learned a lot. I recomend it.Published on December 29, 2012 by Isabel Victoria Mosonyi
Of all the different books out there about mixing, this one has helped me the most. I imagine the best way to learn to mix would be to stand behind a Swedien, Massenberg, a David... Read morePublished on May 21, 2011 by SC
I bought this book back in 2004 and i still refer to it once in a while. I like the info it gives on delay effects and how to calculate the right number of milliseconds depending... Read morePublished on January 20, 2011 by Jerry So.Cal.