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Chapter 11. Mixing Audio

Chapter 11. Mixing Audio

You've recorded, edited, and tweaked each individual sound that makes up a song—now you need to turn the whole track into a cohesive statement. In audio circles, this is called mixing, and it is as much an art as is playing an instrument. A good number of audio professionals make a lot of money doing nothing but mixing or remixing tracks already produced by someone else. They rarely, if ever, track an instrument or work with live musicians.

The Cubase mixer is extremely flexible and powerful. As with all digital mixers, all of its settings are saved with the project, meaning that you never have to worry about getting back to where you were the last time you worked on a particular mix. Also, in Cubase, MIDI channels are mixed right next to audio channels (you'll learn about MIDI mixing in the next chapter).


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