Dylan Owen's “Everything Gets Old” (listen to my final mix below).
Since this track was produced in a home studio, it features lots of challenges that are common for home studio music-makers. During the workshop, you'll watch me solve these challenges, which include:
PS—If hip-hop's not your genre, don't worry. The mixing process is universal, and it barely changes from genre to genre. You'll be able to apply what you learn during the workshop to whatever genre you work with.
The workshop runs a little over 7 hours. It's split into four parts for easy viewing, and you can go through the material at your own pace.
I'll be mixing in Pro Tools with a variety of stock and third-party plugins. However, you'll have no problem applying what you learn in any DAW, with whatever plugins you currently own (including stock plugins).
During checkout, you'll have the option to add the multitracks to your order for $10. You'll receive these multitracks via email immediately after checking out, so you can dive in right away.
The multitracks will be delivered in WAV format, so you can import them into any DAW. This way, you can hone your skills by mixing the song yourself, or follow along in your DAW while you watch me mix.
You are also free to remix the song and feature it in your portfolio, as long as the artist is credited appropriately.
Jason Moss is a Los Angeles-based mixer and the founder of Behind The Speakers.
He's a graduate of New York University's Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, where he honed his skills through mentorships with Grammy-winning music-makers like Bob Power (The Roots, D'Angelo, De La Soul), Kevin Killen (U2, David Bowie, Peter Gabriel), and Jim Anderson (Sonny Rollins, Ella Fitzgerald, Charles Mingus).
Jason has hosted numerous mixing workshops at NYU. His how-to articles and videos have been viewed and shared over two million times, and his work has been featured in leading industry publications by Berklee, Recording Revolution, TuneCore, SonicScoop, The Pro Audio Files, Musician On A Mission, SoundGym and Disc Makers.