- We asked our friend and professional Mixing Engineer Guido Werner to take our template "Shipwrecked" (which was produced using only Ableton stock effects and Serum) and perform a professional mixing and mastering on it.
- We granted him the freedom to use all his favorite VST Plugins for this purpose.
- We only had one condition: Record, explain and comment on everything you do while working on this project - and that's exactly what he did.
- Now you have the chance to join in and look over his shoulder - this class is fire!
What you will learn from this course:
This course is set up so that you learn how to mix your own production from A to Z. The project has one goal and that is to make a professional, in the box, mix. This Masterclass is taught by Guido Werner from CatAndBeats and MixMasterYou. He will teach you all about different types of compressors, when to use which, how to listen, how to setup a file that practically mixes itself, reverbs, delays and the mastering process. If you ever wanted to sit next to an engineer while he does his thing this is it.
Software / Plugins used:
- Ableton Live 10 Suite
- Serum by Xfer Records
- Analog Strings by Output
- Vulf Compressor 3 by Goodhertz
- Ozone Imager (free plugin) by Izotope
- Ozone 8 Advanced by Izotope
- Aphex Vintage Exciter by Waves
- CLA 76 by Waves
- API 2500 by Waves
- Decapitator by Soundtoys
What song is used in the course?
Using this track as a source:
This is the end result:
You're learning to:
What you're getting:
A complete start-to-finish mixing and mastering process of the future bass track
25+ Studio sessions with Guido Werner / CatAndBeats
5h+ online video sessions with lifetime-access
Bonus: Ableton Project (before and after) used in this course (using Ableton Live 10 Suite)
Guido Werner also know as catandbeats started out banging on pots and pans, playing several instruments, but being in love with the drums. Hip hop and drum and bass were his genres and crate diggin' was his sample library.
Being heavily influenced by certain artists, he tried to make 1 on 1 copies within Ableton Live - a tool he knows inside out. He called it reverse engineering and actually got the the sound within the box. On his YouTube page he shows the comparisons between the original and the remakes which are outstanding.
He's been working for several studios and artists from all over the world. Currently he is mixing and mastering for artists in a whole mix of genres from small time to big time and has also worked on several movies. As always he records the whole process so that you can see every click of the way and watch your file transform.