Harrison Mixbus 6 Explained by Gary Hiebner — Groove3 — Free download

Gary Hiebner brings you detailed Harrison Mixbus 6 video tutorials! Learn all of Mixbus v6 and 32c’s features and functions, and see them in action as Gary mixes a great cover of “Dancing In The Street”, which you also get the .wav files for, so you can follow along and mix on your system. These videos are for new Harrison Mixbus v6 and 32c users.

Gary welcomes you and goes over what will be covered in the videos, and then gets started by showing you how to set up your first Mixbus 6 project, including how to import your audio. He also demonstrates how to utilize the Import Pro Tools Session feature if you happen to be a Pro Tools user.

Throughout the videos, Gary covers every feature and function such as the Transport Controls, Location Markers, the Mixer Window, Gain Staging & Metering, recording audio, managing your tracks via the Region List, setting up and recording MIDI and editing it, creating groups, headphone mixes, using the different compression modes, EQs, effects, 3rd party plug-ins, VCA faders, automation, specific 32c features, exporting your song, and much, much more.

To see what these in-depth Harrison Mixbus 6 tutorials show you, and how they’ll allow get you up and running and mix your first song fast, see the individual Harrison Mixbus v6 video tutorial descriptions on this page. Use the included wav files to supercharge your first Harrison Mixbus 6 mixing project and learn everything you need to know about Mixbus 6… Watch “Harrison Mixbus 6 Explained®” today.

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