WHAT’S THIS BOOK ABOUT?
So much of what we do in life stems from our previous experiences. It’s the “a-ha” moments and the “oh crap” moments that teach us how to approach situations in the future.
It’s those lessons we learn that allow our minds to go into autopilot mode and make the right decisions.
The life of a mixing engineer is filled with so many of these experiences that we all must go through in order to feel confident in our skills and to work both smart and efficiently. But it takes time to gain this experience and expertise. Lots of trial and error.
The reality is, the sooner you learn these lessons, the faster you’ll become a better engineer. And it’s not just lessons on how to mix that have an impact on the success of our careers…it’s lessons in social skills, education, health, business and so much more. These are all key areas of life that have an influence on how we grow as people, business owners, and artists.
That’s why I’ve created this new e-book “60 Lessons Every Mixing Engineers Must Know”. It’s a compilation of lessons that I’ve not only learned myself, but that I’ve learned through my conversations with many other successful mixing engineers who have had long careers.
It combines experiences both in life and in the workplace that are essential knowledge for anyone trying to make it as a successful mixing engineer.
“I find myself constantly referencing this book for motivation. As a beginner mixer, it can seem a little daunting to learn how things are done. This book really helps put everything into perspective. Thanks so much for making this!”
– Chris G
“Mike! This book is KILLER! I love the format. Good info. I seriously can’t applaud you enough for making this”
– David P
“There’s a lot of little things we often brush over when working with bands in the studio. This book does a fantastic job of reminding us how important those things are. The mixing tips were extremely helpful. Since reading them, it has changed how I approach mixing. I now find that I have a much more streamlined approach.”
– Ryan A
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
HEY, I’M MIKE INDOVINA…
I’m a recording, mixing, and mastering engineer who has worked with hundreds of artists in multiple genres ranging from acoustic, pop/rock, hip hop and more. I’ve been fortunate to work alongside artists such as KISS, Collective Soul, Ed Robertson (Barenaked Ladies), David Usher, and many more.
In this book, I’ve compiled what I believe are the sixty biggest lessons that every mixing engineer will need to learn throughout their career. They are lessons that I have not only learned myself, but that I have gathered through conversations with many other successful engineers.