Here’s part 1 of 3 of how I go about actually finishing a mix. In this video, you’ll learn 6 simple, yet effective ways to bring your mix to the finish line.

52 thoughts on “How to FINISH a MIX Part 1 — 6 Simple and Effective Techniques to Help You Finish Mixes”

  1. Hey. I already have Slate Digital’s All-Access Pass and it’s unique. Thank you for your tutorial with explaining more of that.

  2. Thanks for the video ! Having bigger perspective on the mix is so important ! Personally I need to push myself to mix faster too

  3. Georges Van Cauwenbergh

    I have been watching David’s courses and webinars. I am very impressed with his way of teaching. I am currently considering the VIP offer.

  4. Very excited to start this journey. You seem like a man with vast knowledge! I’m a musician who is intrigued by the production/mastering aspect of it. Thank you.

  5. You, sir, are a good teacher! I learned so mutch from a such small video, i can only image what i can learn from a full course.

  6. Woooo, this is so so cool. NEVER BE IN A RUSH TO SUBMIT THAT MIX TO YOUR CLIENT AFTER A LONG DAY LISTEN, WAIT TO THE NEXT DAY TO LISTEN AGAIN, MOST TIMES YOU WILL FIND SOME CHANGES TO MAKE IN THAT MIX THAT YOU FELT IS DONE. So amazing watch out words never to joke with. That is a major game changer as far as I am concern.
    Thank you so much for that.

  7. Going back to a mix after giving yourself a break is eye/ear opening. It forces new mixing notes and carries over to other mixes as well. Always building. Another great experience is to do live sound. I’ve done television production and live gigs for years and it is great training for prepping your mindset to establish the sonic goals your after. The greatness of mixing raw tracks is you can listen over and over till you achieve what your after. The beauty of live mixing is it gets there much faster. No matter the tool, realizing what you need will bring results. Thanks for all you do. Cheers.

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