Studio, equipment, signal flow, stems, grouping, monitors, reference mix, approval stages
Low end support, subtractive EQ, reverb, subharmonic synthesis, compression, distortion
Feature instruments, reflections, decay, convolution vs. algorithmic reverb, mix buss chain
Surround delay, adding depth, harmonic excitement, multi-band compression, release times
Writing automation, infusing energy in the music, subtle enhancement of reference mix
The Man In High Castle
Dominic Lewis(13 min / 1h32)
Join the acclaimed score mixer Alan Meyerson as he mixes a theme from the television series 'The Man in the High Castle'. Hosted at Studio M of Remote Control Productions, this series gives you an honest look at Meyerson's workflow as he tackles the project from scratch. He listens to the reference mix of Dominic Lewis' composition, shares his opinions on how it can be improved, then gets to work! Alan walks you through his hybrid setup, comprising two Pro Tools rigs, an Avid S6 control surface, outboard processing, and his favourite plug-ins. You'll see how he groups musical elements, adds low harmonics for effective translation to smaller speakers, layers subtle effects to enhance depth, and much more!
Subtitles in English, Spanish
Legendary film score mixer, Alan Meyerson, is returning to France for a week-long seminar from November 1–7! The American engineer is world-renowned for his work mixing many of the world’s most memorable scores and soundtracks. Whether it be on Oscar-winning blockbusters such as ‘Gladiator’ and ‘The Dark Knight’ or critically-acclaimed arthouse films, he frequently collaborates with many of Hollywood’s most distinguished film composers, including Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard, John Powell and...
About Alan Meyerson
Alan Meyerson is one of the greatest movie scoring mixers of the modern era. With 200+ credits on IMDb and double that amount on AllMusic.com, Meyerson has an unparalleled wealth of experience in engineering and mixing in general, and score mixing in particular. He has worked with leading film score composers like James Newton Howard, John Powell, Harry Gregson-Williams, and Danny Elfman, and has a particularly long-standing working relationship with the great Hans Zimmer that continues to this...