Academy Dashboard Forum Academy Academy Lesson Suggestions Finding your own style

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  • #6070
    Cris Sabater Sabater
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      Hi Warren, I think it would be beneficial for us to hear your thoughts on finding your own style as a producer and mixer.

      How your own confidence can rub off on the people you work with.

      The ability to influence others and make it fun.

      How to gain trust in both production and mixing situations and the ability to sell your ideas if they are relevant.

      Cheers mate,

      Cris

      #6110
      Anders Isberg
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        That's a very interesting topic Cris. I would like to get an insight in the specifics of how to develope and maintaining your own style while still avoid being a one-trick-pony. It's often being said here and in interviews that as a mixer and producer you're making someone elses record, and you should be in service of their vision. At the same time you want to have a unique style, something that makes you stand out from everyone else and make clients want to work with you. How do you keep that balance?

        #6120
        Steve A
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          Great Topic, and great follow-up question... top notch, gents.
          Would love to hear more about this topic myself, even though I'm a bit further away from putting it to use.
          Still, much appreciated for bringing it up...
          Cheers
          -Steve A

          #6190
          Cris Sabater Sabater
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            Thanks guys, really engineers whether mixing or producing get hired on one main aspect, taste! It is this that sells their own unique personality and ability. This is why I think it is so important to focus on this subject. Like Anders rightly says, How do you keep a balance? Not an easy thing to do or to teach!

            Cheers guys,

            Cris

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