Mixing is an important part of recording that can really help the music you create in Music Creator sound its best. Mixing involves placing different instruments and sounds in layers of the frequency spectrum, adjusting levels so that tracks blend nicely, spreading them across the stereo field and adding effects where appropriate.There are many important decisions to make when mixing, things that are sometimes not considered while writing a song. The choices you make can have a major effect on how pleasurable the listening experience is for your audience.In this tutorial, we'll discuss some general guidelines. But, it's important to remember that there are no rules. This is another artistic stage of song creation.We'll start by opening the MixingTutorial project:
1. Go to Help > Quick Start to open the Quick Start dialog box.
2. In the Open a Demo Project drop-down list, select the file MixingTutorial, then click the Open a Demo Project button to open the project.
3. Go to File > Save As and save it under a new name. This way, you can save your work without overwriting the original, in case you'd like to start over.
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