I know many of you all over the world are stuck at home because of this massive corona virus scare! To help you make the most of your time off, we’ve decided to give away some free courses! We’re going to be putting up 3 over the next week or so.
Today’s video features the incredibly talented Brad Wood! In this course Brad breaks down his mix of “Hurricane” by Katey Laurel.
I had a blast producing the song Hurricane by the lovely Katey Laurel!
In this course you’ll see every move Brad makes to arrive at his final mix. Drums, bass, guitar, keys, vocals… You name it! You’ll see it.
Not only are we giving away this course for free, but you can download the exact same multitracks that Brad uses and mix them yourself. Download the free Multitracks here.
Oh! I almost forgot to mention… I also did a mix breakdown of the track, which is at the end of this video. That gives you not one, but TWO complete mix breakdowns filled with concepts, strategies and techniques to help you develop your mixing skills. I hope you’ll find this massively beneficial!
We hope you enjoy this course! Stay home, stay safe, and continue pushing your career in music forward!
Watch Anatomy of a Mix with Brad Wood here:
Who is Brad Wood?
Brad began his production career in 1988 in Chicago at Idful Music Corp. Working there with hundreds of bands- including Seam, Tar, Shrimp Boat & Eleventh Dream Day- it was Liz Phair’s Exile In Guyville that brought him national attention in 1993. Soon, Brad had recorded critically-acclaimed debut albums for Sunny Day Real Estate, Veruca Salt, Placebo, Red Red Meat & Ben Lee. Work with Smashing Pumpkins, Far, that dog., & Menthol ended the decade. In 2000, Brad relocated to Los Angeles where he records at Seagrass Studio.