January 16, 2016  

Logic Pro X Tutorial: Stem Mixing Part 1 – Drums and Percussion

Having a competent studio at home is now a viable option for most producers, but mixing that final 10% can often require serious investment in monitoring, acoustic treatment and the best plugins and hardware available. That’s why Stem Mixing – bouncing key parts of your track to a mono or stereo audio ‘stem’ – is becoming more and more popular.

Jillian-Banks-HD-Images1Rob Rox has worked with artists and producers like Lupe Fiasco, Munk and Banks (pictured above)

Producer and engineer Rob Rox (Lupe Fiasco, Banks, Munk) has created a brand new three-part series exclusively for Point Blank looking at how to approach mixing from stems. You can watch the first part above and make sure you subscribe to Point Blank’s YouTube channel so you don’t miss parts two and three.

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