Mixing

Some articles on mixing:

Self Title - Credits
... Treble Charger - Mixing Greig Nori - Guitar, Vocals Bill Priddle - Guitar, Vocals Rosie Martin - Bass guitar, Vocals (background) Morris Palter - drums ...
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 ... Jimmy D Assistant engineer – Carlos "Storm" Martinez Mixing – Jimmy Douglass, Timbaland Mixing assistant – "Steamy" String arrangement and conducting – Larry Gold Background vocals – Justin ...
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 ... The primary goal of harmonic mixing is to create a smooth transition between songs ...
Mixer (engine) - Mixer Types
... 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 ... Although the mixing process is not thorough, there is a jet noise benefit as well ...
Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik - Personnel
... vocals Big Boi – composer, rapper Big Gipp – composer, rapper Leslie Brathwaite – mixing assistant Sleepy Brown – background vocals, organ, piano Cee-L ... 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 ...

Famous quotes containing the word mixing:

    Give me Catholicism every time. Father Cheeryble with his thurible; Father Chatterjee with his liturgy. What fun they have with all their charades and conundrums! If it weren’t for the Christianity they insist on mixing in with it, I’d be converted tomorrow.
    Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)

    It was not till the middle of the second dance, when, from some pauses in the movement wherein they all seemed to look up, I fancied I could distinguish an elevation of spirit different from that which is the cause or the effect of simple jollity.—In a word, I thought I beheld Religion mixing in the dance.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    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)