whizzybill

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  1. Hi there, Nice to see a strong interest in this thread! I think the advice is really good. so i'll try and throw in my two cents. I think that the problem is soley about your mixing capabilities. I've been frequently told that you know you've got a good mix when a mastering engineer has hardly any work to do to master it! I don't think its your monitors beacause after a while of using them you should have an idea of how to get the best sound from them. Have you ever thought about doing a music production course of some kind? Listening to your tracks i hear that they are pretty much there but just missing that 'sparkle' to it. A course might be able to teach you how to get that sparkle. I know schools such as Point Blank run an online courses in mixing which you might find of interest as they all are run by industry professional tutors. Have a look at their course brouchre: http://www.pointblankonline.net/courses/ Just giving you another alternative to the advice you've gotten in this thread. I think at some point you hit that glass ceiling which some sort of formal learning can help you break through. Anyway i wish you all the best in your productions!!
  2. Hi, Maybe check out http://www.pointblankonline.net/ I know they that their courses are very good and taught by industry experienced pros. For the specific courses in Sound Engineering/Live Perormance/REcording /Audio Engineering just have a look at the courses page. If your in London I also know that this company offer a Live Sound Engineering course taught in some of the city's most infamous venues, so you get real experience working with bands and venues at real events. For the London courses try; http://www.pointblanklondon.com/ Hope all this helps! Let me know how you get on.
  3. Found this pretty cool video series of Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac when she visited Point Blank Music College in London to give a guest Masterclass and Q&A with all the students. Annie talks about her career and how she got to where she is, Club DJing, Radio DJing and everything else in between. Check out the videos here: http://www.youtube.com/pointblankonline And there are more details of the Point Blank College, with student tracks, past guest masterclasses, video tutorials and free downloadable content; check it out here: http://www.pointblankonline.net/ Enjoy and please feel free to comment with any thoughts!
  4. Just found out via twitter that Point Blank Music School is offering a £50 discount on a crash course in Reason this weekend!! Checked out the course page and it looks really good: http://www.pointblanklondon.com/reason_crash.php They also have a pretty good range of course/tutorial vids on thier YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/pointblankonline#p/u/22/YB5psVSDFww
  5. Hi guys, check this out. Point Blank have a music mixer with a decent bank of loops and samples to choose from. its good for beginners to get the idea of how DAWs work with automation and panning etc. more experienced producers will be able to knock up a tune in minutes. http://mixer.pointblanklondon.com/ the best rated tune of each month wins a free online course which look awesome (www.pointblankonline.com). rate my tune - hyper kid 'round mine' and i'll rate yours back. cheers