Jul 23, 2017
FME Show #2 This episode we welcome the mixing, recording, and production talents of Aubrey Whitfield, Mikalyn Hay, Cj Law, and Vanessa Silberman. Also, let’s chat about why it’s important to make sure your mixes travel well, and understand what a “noise floor” is. Let’s get mixing!
Female Mixing Engineers Music Podcast. 4 Songs. 4 Ladies. 4 Home Studios. For YOU!
Noise Floor info (fun nerdy stuff): http://nuancetone.com/noise-floor/
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The Female Mixing Engineers Music Podcast brings to your ears 4 songs created by 4 very talented females in 4 unique home studios. These ladies share their gear, technique, and secrets as to how they have achieved the great sound you have heard. The FME Podcast has been created to help and inspire YOU to make fantastic music in your home studio. Encouraging females to become more involved in the field of audio engineering, as well as entertaining everyone who searches for fabulous original music. You won’t just hear this music, you will feel it! Thank you for spending a few precious moments of your day here with us!
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Mashup: Glory, Rise Up and Rise
Performed by (in order of appearance) Gina Grant, Matthew Darren, and Samantha Valdivia
Music performed by Skyy Grant
Audio Mixing: Darcy Jeavons