Mixing

Some articles on mixing:

Cry Me A River (Justin Timberlake Song) - Credits and Personnel
... Recording and mixing Recorded at Westlake Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California mixed at Manhattan Center Studios, New York City, New York strings recorded at The Studio, Philadelphia ... engineer – Carlos "Storm" Martinez Mixing – Jimmy Douglass, Timbaland Mixing assistant – "Steamy" String arrangement and conducting – Larry Gold ...
Mixer (engine) - Mixer Types
... Annular - bypass and core streams are brought together co-annularly, mixing being achieved by the shearing effect at the stream interface Forced - hot and cold chutes ... Annular mixers have a low pressure loss, but a low mixing efficiency ... Forced mixers can have a high mixing efficiency, but this is offset by a high pressure loss ...
Self Title - Credits
... Treble Charger - Mixing Greig Nori - Guitar, Vocals Bill Priddle - Guitar, Vocals Rosie Martin - Bass guitar, Vocals (background) Morris Palter - drums Jon Auer - Mixing Joao Carvalho - Mastering ...
Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik - Personnel
... composer, rapper Big Gipp – composer, rapper Leslie Brathwaite – mixing assistant Sleepy Brown – background vocals, organ, piano Cee-Lo – background vocals ... engineer, mixing Organized Noize – composer, drum programming, keyboards, mixing, producer Kevin Parker – mixing assistant Peaches – vocals Antonio "L.A." Reid – executive producer Society of Soul ...
Harmonic Mixing
... Harmonic mixing or key mixing is a DJ's continuous mix between two pre-recorded tracks that are most often either in the same key, or their keys are relative or in a ... The primary goal of harmonic mixing is to create a smooth transition between songs ...

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    How natural that the errors of the ancient should be handed down and, mixing with the principles and system which Christ taught, give to us an adulterated Christianity.
    Olympia Brown (1835–1900)

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