Band update.

The story so far...

Photo of someone using a computer with audio software installed on it.About a month ago, you managed to pick up a 2nd hand 4-track recording machine and for the past few weeks you've been recording a variety of drum, bass, vocal and acoustic tracks with it.

Most of the tracks that you've collected have been from local muso's rehearsing in the Play room but you've also recorded a few tracks on your own, down at the audio school.

Your friends in the band 'Beside the Point' are taking a break from gigging at the moment, so you thought you'd download some audio software and learn how to use it to digitally mix a range of sound sources while they're away.


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Before you start mixing your recorded tracks, download the following worksheet to complete as you work your way through the unit.

 

Mix sound sources - worksheet.

Store your completed worksheet in a file as your online teacher will want to see it at the end of this unit.

If you ever lose your worksheet you can grab another copy from the audio school lecturer, Helen.

So that you can learn how to professionally mix sound sources you've made yourself a 'To do' list and it looks like this:

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1. Download and install digital editing software.
2. Learn how to use the digital editing software.
3. Find out how to import and edit tracks.
4. Export your final mix, burn it to a CD and listen to it on a range of speakers.

For a complete list of what you're going to need to do to learn how to digitally mix sound sources, don't forget that you can refer to the set list for extra help. You can access this any time you want from the menu on the left.