Tag Archives: mixing

Q & A with IPR Alum Jarod Hadaway

Jarod Hadaway graduated from IPR in 2007 with an associate degree in audio production and engineering. Since then, he has worked in all aspects of the creative media industry from teaching and mentoring high school students at a Minneapolis charter school to founding and running Last Triumph, one of Minnesota’s first certified B corporations and
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Alumnus Says IPR Was a ‘Game Changer’ for His Career

Bryan Mengy owns a successful recording studio in Northeast Minneapolis called Northwood Studio, which he says has been completely slammed since opening in 2012. A lot of that is due to his experience at the Institute of Production and Recording (IPR). “I met a ton of people that I still work with now,” he explains.
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Pro Tools 11 New Bounce to Disk and Quicktime Tutorial

We recently spent some time with Avid’s product specialists, getting an in-depth, under-the-hood look at the new Pro Tools 11 to prepare for our next training sessions. In this short tutorial, Brian Jacoby introduces the new Bounce to Disk and Bounce to Quicktime features in Avid’s Pro Tools 11. Enhancements include: Offline bounce (faster than real
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Pro Tools VCAs and Trim Automation to Make Mixing Easier

Automation Basics While compression can be a powerful creative tool, over-compression of signals during recording or mixing can become a “lazy” way of maintaining balance throughout playback of a song. If all of the dynamic volume changes of the sources are removed or highly reduced through compression, mixing becomes largely a set-and-forget process of balancing
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