Hi, my name is Rob and I'm going to produce a couple of episodes in which we’ll deal with mixing methods and techniques and some of my own mixing approaches and philosophies. Next episode’s guest will be Svenjamin Franklin of the Cosmic Mints. He is a good friend of mine, and we have spent a lot of time together in the Studio. Sven will be present in the Live Stream to pick up your questions from the Chat and to interact and share his experiences with you and me during the second episode. We hope we give you an Entertaining Experience.

Duration: 60 min

Material: Multitracks Sessions 2020

DAW: Ardour*


  • Q&A - About the last Episode or Previous Videos

  • Finishing Drums Routing

  • Importing remaining Tracks

  • Groups and Subgroups

  • Q&A

  • Mix Bus Compression

  • Beginning with Balance

  • Phase Issues

  • Q&A

Livestream - Thursday 11th February 2021 - 19:00 (CET)

Here is a PDF file with some Theories and Ideas about what we’ll be doing:

The “Multitracks Sessions” are available recorded material that can be used in a variety of ways for teaching and practising purposes, such as making individual remixes:

These Sessions have also been released on common Streaming-platforms like Spotify or Itunes:

You are more than welcome to purchase the multitracks, so you can mix them at home, try out some things you saw in the video and maybe even share them in a community of/and aspiring musicians, producers and sound engineers:

If you want to know more about these Sessions, check out the Documentaries we produced about them:

*About Ardour:

Ardour is a hard disk recorder and digital audio workstation application that runs on Linux, macOS, FreeBSD and Microsoft Windows. Its primary author is Paul Davis, who was also responsible for the JACK Audio Connection Kit. Ardour is intended to be a digital audio workstation software suitable for professional use.

Released under the terms of the GNU General Public License , Ardour is free software.