Zen and the Art of Producing

Zen and the Art of Producing

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Mixerman not only describes in detail the many important roles of an effective producer - whether as product, manager, time, or personnel manager; organiser in chief; tour guide; psychologist; visionary; or fearless leader - but also provides you with tangible strategies for fulfilling these roles within the context of the greater goal: the music itself. Once again, showing a firm commitment for art over technology, Mixerman outlines the thinking necessary to successfully produce records. As Mixerman points out, producing is an art in which reading and understanding people nearly always trumps any theoretical knowledge - whether musical or technical in nature. Be you a musician, engineer, songwriter, DJ, studio owner, or nothing more than an avid music fan, Mixerman delivers a personal, seemingly one-on-one lesson of all that goes into effective producing. Really, what could be more Zen than that?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 296 pages
  • 137.16 x 193.04 x 25.4mm | 340.19g
  • Hal Leonard Corporation
  • Milwaukee, United States
  • English
  • 1458402886
  • 9781458402882
  • 20,963

About Mixerman

MIXERMAN is a Gold and Platinum Award-winning mixer and producer. He has made records with Ben Harper, Barenaked Ladies, Lifehouse, the Pharcyde, Hillary Duff, and Australian phenomenon Pete Murray, to name a few. He is well known on the Internet for his popular 2002 blog and his forum at thewombforums.com. He currently has two books published by Hal Leonard, including The Daily Adventures of Mixerman and Zen and the Art of Mixing.show more

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