Recording and Mixing Consoles
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... bypass and core streams are brought together co-annularly, mixing being achieved by the shearing effect at the stream interface Forced - hot and cold chutes, intertwined, force the two streams to mix Mixing ... Annular mixers have a low pressure loss, but a low mixing efficiency ... Forced mixers can have a high mixing efficiency, but this is offset by a high pressure loss ...
... composer, rapper Big Gipp – composer, rapper Leslie Brathwaite – mixing assistant Sleepy Brown – background vocals, organ, piano Cee-Lo – background vocals, composer, rapper Preston Crump – bass ... engineer, mixing Organized Noize – composer, drum programming, keyboards, mixing, producer Kevin Parker – mixing assistant Peaches – vocals Antonio "L.A." Reid – executive producer ...
... Harmonic mixing or key mixing is a DJ's continuous mix between two pre-recorded tracks that are most often either in the same key, or their keys are relative ... The primary goal of harmonic mixing is to create a smooth transition between songs ...
... Treble Charger - Mixing Greig Nori - Guitar, Vocals Bill Priddle - Guitar, Vocals Rosie Martin - Bass guitar, Vocals (background) Morris Palter - drums Jon Auer ...
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