EP 86: Treating Your DAW Like A Console (with Jeremy Griffith)

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Jeremy SH Griffith is a producer, mixer, engineer, and composer working in music, tv, and film. He has been involved in a wide variety of artists including Johnnyswim, Norma Jean, Old Sea Brigade, Saosin, and Underoath.


– Treating Pro Tools like a console

– Setting up your sessions for speed

– Using track folders

– Working in different genres

– How not using templates can help with creativity

– The differences in working with new artists vs. established acts

– Why the new “standards” of mixing have changed

– Finding the right vocal effects for your songs

– Syncing reverbs and delays to your song tempos

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