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10 thoughts on “Mixing With Your Mind

  1. says:

    This is the best book ever on how to make music in a studio. It's poetic rather than scientific, he talks about the ghost between the speakers that the sound makes as it forms an image, and the fascinating subject of psychoacoustics. I totally understand what he is talking about, many people won't. He also talks a lot about making records sound big on small speakers, to me this is what music is all about, it's all about colour. Making music is not for everyone. If you are serious READ THIS BOOK. I know what I'm talking about, I ran my own studio for years and recorded dozens of bands. His book helped me 'chase the flame' and record great drums, guitars, bass, and vocals, and most importantly mix them together.

  2. says:

    The greatest book on mixing ever written.

    I'm blown away.. nobody has ever written in this style before.

    Just the section on how to set a compressor like cracking a safe, it tells you how to turn the dials until you hear what you're after.

    There's never been anything like it before or since.

    I have a copy of it and it now costs nearly £150. I'll never let it go.

    I constantly refer to it, despite getting through the whole thing in a day. It's a perfect reference book with well labelled sections on all aspects of audio work.

  3. says:

    Fantastic info for any audio engineer. Worth the price of the book.

  4. says:

    It's somewhat surprising that I purchased the book, since it has all the makings of an internet scam: lots of testimonials on audio sites, overpriced, and manufactured and shipped from Australia. But for some reason, I believed all the hype, sent my money, and low and behold, received a book that blew my mind and stepped up my audio mixing game by several large increments. Worth every penny, and travels with me while I mix. Furthermore, the author is highly available via email, and has given me further pointers, elaboration that has added depth and dimension to what the book provides.

  5. says:

    Some interesting parts, but reads better as a personal meditation on the art of mixing than as a how-to guide. The authors mind works in an unusual way - he may even have a touch of synesthaesia - the ability to 'see' sound, as colours or smells - but the book doesnt manage to communicate this very well. I still dont know what 'hardness' means in sound, and quite a bit of the book rests on that concept. I personally would prefer to read a book full of technical info , tips and tricks, and then make my own poetic analogies for what i hear.

  6. says:

    This is a delightful book about resisting convention and using your own intuition when listening to music while recording it.Michael Stavrou did a great job on this book. This book can help you get outside the box when thinking about how to visualize invisible sound waves. It has a philosophical aspect that is really easy for me to wrap my mind around. CHEck IT OUT!

  7. says:

    This is my "mixing bible". Great insider info and concepts by a great engineer. I read this book for the first time while on Catalina Island years ago and although its fairly hard to find, or was, I still recommend it to anyone who loves to be behind the board.

  8. says:

    Unique book in every way. It gives you an amazing insight in the mind and techniques of Paul Stavrou who is an audio engineer. It will give you more experience than any other book but most important it will make you think.

  9. says:

    Excellent recording tips await you but it is way over priced.
    Much of the content applies to professional recording set ups as opposed to the one guy working with his DAW recording tracks one at a time but what you learn is invaluable. Is it worth the price tag? Hmmmm.

  10. says:

    Can I get this for less than £60?

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