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Drum Mixing Guide

Jump on board the latest course from
Joe Gilder at Home Studio Corner,
where you'll learn how to save time, build up confidence, and build drum mixes that
leave you feeling impressed with yourself.

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Hey there.

I'll make this brief, but read this to the bottom. I've got something you'll like.

My name is Joe Gilder. I run HomeStudioCorner.com, and I make great-sounding music out of a home recording studio just like yours.

I just finished up a new 4-song EP. I know I'm biased, but this is some of the best music I've ever produced. It's fun. It makes you bob your head. It rocks. But it also makes you think, and addresses some incredibly deep issues lyrically.

One of my favorite things about working on this EP? The drums.

Rather than sit here and tell you how I mixed the drums on this EP, I want to give you the tracks, so you can experience it for yourself, so you can mix it yourself.

That's what's behind this new course called Drum Mixing Guide

If you enroll in the course, I'll give you the full multi-track files to the drums for these four songs. Not only that, I'll give you the mixed stems from my mixes. That way you'll be able to work on your own drum mixes in the context of a finished mix, and you'll even be able to compare your drum mix to mine.

But let's back up for a second.

Why should you care about all this, right? What's in it for you?

I'm glad you asked.

If you work on music with drums in it (or you'd like to start), you should know already that drums are ridiculously important. They're arguably the most important aspect of the mix.

And they can be ridiculously frustrating to mix. 

You can waste a lot of time wrestling with a drum mix.

This all-new Drum Mixing Guide will rescue you from the time-consuming merry-go-round we've been on. At the end of this short course, you'll find yourself more confident in your ability to crank out a killer drum mix. That's a big deal. 

Imagine what it would be like to sit down at a mix with 12+ drum tracks and to say to yourself, "I've got this."

I can tell you from experience, it's a fantastic feeling. When I sit down to mix, there is no doubt in my mind that I will do whatever it takes to make these drums sound incredible. 

I want that for you. 

That level of confidence brings a lot of great stuff with it, most notably a change in attitude towards what kind of projects you can work on. You'll go from only working on non-drum songs to taking every full-band project you can get your hands on. Why? Because you know you can handle it.

Like a boss.

If you want better drum mixes, join me. I'm very excited about this course, and you should be, too.

Okay, how's this gonna go?

It's easy. I initially created this course over four weeks. You'll get access to all the material immediately as soon as you join. 

Week 1 - The Ultimate Guide to Mixing Drums

In this video, we'll go over in-depth the important concepts and approaches to mixing drums that yield the best results.

There will also be a few surprise bonuses in the members area, too.

If you can't make the live training, the whole thing will be recorded, transcribed, and posted in the members area for you to watch at your convenience.

Week 2-5 - The REALLY Good Stuff

These in-depth mixing videos deal with specific aspects of mixing drums (like mixing snare, or processing overheads). 

Along with the video, you'll receive the files to one of the songs from my EP. You'll get:

 • Multi-track drum files (kick, snare, tom1, tom2, etc.)
 • My mixed stems (Drums, Bass, Guitars, Vocals, etc.) - These aren't the raw multi-tracks. These are actually the MIXED Bass, Guitars, Vocals, etc. That way you can focus on mixing drums, and hear them against already-mixed tracks.

Each video deals with a new focus and a new song.

Join Now for Just $47

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My guarantee policy is simple. You have ONE FULL YEAR to decide if it was worth it. If it wasn't, hit me up, I'll issue a refund. 

Easy peasy.


Joe Gilder
Home Studio Corner