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Mix Your Music With The Pros: ASK Video Releases Mixing With The Pros DVD Video Tutorial

United States
English
Ontario, Canada (December 12, 2006) — ASK Video Interactive Media, known for their high-quality DVD training on music software products, announces Mixing With The Pros, the first ASK Video DVD to step outside specific products and help musician’s create top-quality professional mixes.

In more than 3 hours of the most high-quality video available, mixing veteran James Tuttle shows how EQs, compressors, limiters, reverbs, delays, amp simulators, automation, and mastering plug-ins are all used to construct a mix that has clarity, depth, punch, pop, and sizzle. Tuttle approaches each instrument or track individually and examines set-up, adjustments, editing, and automation. He shows how the final settings for each and every plug-in in the mix are attained, not as one-off uses of presets, but as continual adjustments to produce a final mix that breathes life into the music.

“After learning their main application through our Tutorial DVDs, musicians and producers have asked us for training on broader production theory and techniques that they can apply to their music,” states Steve Kostrey, CEO of ASK Video. “Mixing With The Pros helps musicians produce an exciting, interesting, and inspired mix!”

Perfect for both beginners or professionals who desire new perspective and modern techniques, this tutorial can be applied to any software or hardware-based mixing systems. The DVD-Rom includes all of the individual source files for the song (“Incognito” by John McVey) to be loaded into a Mac or PC DAW system and follow along. Bonus material in the form of interviews and extra commentary on mixing are also included.

System Compatibility:

PC: Windows XP Home or Professional, Intel Pentium or AMD Athlon 800 MHz or faster, 256 MB RAM. Windows MME or DirectSound Sound Card. MAC: Requires Mac OS X v10.2 or higher, Power Mac G4 867 MHz, 256 MB RAM, Sound Card. This product includes QuickTime 7.x Mac/PC which is required for video playback. DVD-Rom drive required for DVD-Rom and DVD player required for DVD-NTSC and DVD-PAL. Minimum screen resolution for DVD-Rom: 1024 x 768.

Pricing and Availability:

Mixing With The Pros DVD Tutorial is available now for $55 USD.

Video examples and ordering information are available at ASK Video’s website

About ASK Video

ASK Video Interactive Media is a professional audio/video company based in Ontario, Canada. Well versed in today’s cutting edge technology, ASK Video uses high quality video and audio to bring a rich and inviting learning experience to digital audio and video customers around the world through interactive video DVD’s. ASK Video also provides professional audio services from their state-of-the-art studio facility as well as professional video services complete with on-site shooting, editing, and post-production.

About James Tuttle

James Tuttle has 28 years+ of experience in the realm of audio engineering and has worked at many world class studios. His discography includes over 250 released recordings including work for most of the major labels. He has mixed shows for over 175 artists including James Taylor, Shawn Colvin, Randy Newman, Barenaked Ladies, Moe, Indigo Girls, Los Lobos and many, many more. For more information about James Tuttle, please visit www.jamestuttle.com.

About John McVey

An award winning singer songwriter, John has toured the US extensively and has visited other countries as well. He has released two CDs. John is also an engineer and producer and has worked on hundreds of recording projects. He is currently living and working in Boulder, CO. For more information about John McVey, please visit www.johnmcvey.com.
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