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Harrison Mixbus 6 Explained®

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    Introduction to Harrison Mixbus

    Gary welcomes you and describes what will be covered in the video series.

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    Setting Up Your First Project

    This video takes you through the steps of creating your first Mixbus session.

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    Importing Audio Into a Project

    Gary shows you how to add tracks and import audio files into a Mixbus project.

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    Import Audio from Pro Tools

    If you're a Pro Tools user, you're in luck, as Mixbus has a super handy Pro Tools Session Import feature. This video shows you how to use it!

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    Exploring the Transport Controls

    This video explains and explores the transport controls found in Mixbus.

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    Creating Location Markers

    Now take a look at how to create Location Markers to easily navigate your song.

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    Taking a Look at the Mixer Window

    Learn all about the Mixer Window found in Mixbus and Mixbus 32C.

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    Gain Staging & Metering

    Before going into a mix it's good practice to properly gain stage your track. This video shows you how to do this with Mixbus's awesome metering tools.

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    Recording Audio into Mixbus

    In this video, we show you how to record audio to a Mixbus audio track.

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    Managing Your Tracks in the Region List

    See how to manage and move your tracks around in the Region List Editor in Mixbus.

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    Using the Audio Editing Tools in Mixbus

    This video goes over the Mixbus audio editing tools available to edit your audio regions and tracks.

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    Setting Up and Recording MIDI

    Watch how to setup your MIDI device and instruments and record them to a MIDI track. We'll also explore the Mixbus inline MIDI editor.

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    Creating Groups for Your Tracks

    Here we show you how to group tracks together using Mixbus's grouping functionality.

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    Setting up the Mixbuses

    Discover the key feature in Mixbus; creating Mixbuses, or submixes of your tracks.

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    Foldback Buses to Use as Headphones Mixes

    If you need to send different mixes to your performers you can use Foldback buses for this. Watch how to set these up in this video!

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    Using the Different Compression Modes

    Explore the different console compression modes available on the tracks and how to use them.

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    Using the Console EQs

    This video shows you how to use the console-style EQs in Mixbus and Mixbus 32C.

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    Setting Up Send Effects

    See how to use your Mixbuses as Send Effects!

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    Using 3rd Party Plug-Ins

    In this video, we show you how to enable 3rd party plug-in support and how to search and use these in the Mixbus Plug-in Manager.

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    Using Parallel Compression

    Here we show you how to setup and use Parallel Effect processing, such as Parallel Compression in Mixbus.

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    Using Sidechain Compression

    This video shows you how to setup and use side chain Compression on your tracks.

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    Setting Up VCA Faders

    See how to create VCA Fader Tracks, and how to assign tracks to these VCA faders in Mixbus.

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    Using Automation

    This video goes through how to use and edit the Automation modes available.

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    How the Master Bus Works

    Here we show you the Master Track, and how you use this to add master bus processing and finalize your audio.

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    Moving Projects from Mixbus to Mixbus 32C

    Watch how you can move your Mixbus project across to its bigger brother, Mixbus 32C.

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    Using the Expanded Buses in Mixbus 32C

    In this video, we take a look at the extra Mixbuses you have available in Mixbus 32C, and creative ways you can use them when mixing.

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    Exporting Your Song

    Finally we show you how to export out your finished song!

Product Overview


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.

Dancing In The Street
Words and Music by Marvin Gaye, Ivy Hunter and William Stevenson
Copyright (c) 1964 Jobete Music Co., Inc., MGIII Music, NMG Music and FCG Music
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JSchlomo
Submitted 2 days ago

Good overall introduction to Mixbus

I didn't watch this entirely since I'm a longtime Mixbus/32c user. I think this series is great value for someone jumping on Mixbus from PT, Cubase or Logic because there IS a learning curve. And I did find some interesting things or shortcuts that weren't on my radar. However, there's a few things that bothered me: - Gainstaging: Mixbus has this wonderful and customizable meterbridge, I don't understand why the author doesn't at least demonstrate it. It's perfect for gainstaging all your tracks across the board in a matter of minutes. Plus: Gainstaging a kick by dropping down the fader to where it has very low resolution and boosting the input trim almost by the same amount to compensate makes no sense to me - Polarity optimization: This is one of the absolute standout features of Mixbus and I would happily for that alone as a single plugin. So powerful and easy to use, why doesn't it get mentioned? (correct me if it does and I missed the part) - 32c EQ: Tamas IS right. Don't know what exactly Harrison said, but Ben and Nik certainly know their stuff. I remember them saying that the numbers shown in the scribblestrip when turning the EQ should not be taken too seriously. In fact, before v6 they did not show any frequencies at all, just values. Anyway, the low band definitely does NOT go up to 8kHz. This can easily be proven by just using one's ears. When in peak mode, it does show 40Hz and 600Hz as limits in the scribble, exactly as "printed". In shelf mode, frequencies shown are shifted higher to about 200Hz and 2kHz - I guess because more of the spectrum is affected, I don't know, maybe it's just a bug, but it doesn't matter. Interestingly, the frequencies shown are different in the video, so I guess it's another build than I use. But whatever value is shown does not affect the EQ itself. And again, just listen to the low band, it does NOT go up to 8kHz.

I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Cubase, Pro Tools


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Jrom
Submitted 4 days ago

Well, I have hope for more...

I still have to Consul the manual. Lots of ?? Still!


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Phil1113
Submitted 1 week ago

Very concise.

Been a Mixbus32C user for a few years. Always look to learn something new. These vids showed me a couple things I've missed.


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GraceHeart Sound
Submitted 1 week ago

Excellent Course to Gain Familiarity with Harrison Mixbus 6

As a recent purchaser of Harrison Mixbus 6, my first purchase of this DAW, I began searching for a good education course. Initially I was unable to find a true course on this DAW and then during a recent search in the Groove3 library I found this new addition by Gary Hiebner. I was familiar with other courses by Gary and new immediately this would be a great course, and it is just that! All new owners/users of Mixbus 6 needs to view this course. Highly recommended!

I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Cubase, Studio One


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Alongwayback
Submitted 1 week ago

Excellent video series!!

I am so stoked by this video series, I'm only halfway through it and I know far more about the "Harrison Mixbus 6 32C", than I was ever to figure out on my own. I purchased this series because I knew that trying to figure it out on my own would be daunting, but this video series is the very best hand-holding I have ever experienced and I know that by the end of the series, I will be an experienced expert with this software title, fantastic offering, especially for someone moving into using a brand new system and this Harrison system is powerful on steroids!!

I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Pro Tools, Reason, Studio One


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Tamas
Submitted 2 weeks ago

Excellent and very useful tutorial as always.

I love Harrison Mixbus for mixing and I always enjoy Gary's tutorials. Just one comment. Something weird seems to be going on when Gary is demonstrating the EQ section of the 32C. The bands are in fact in order from low to high, with the low band ranging from 40 Hz to 600 Hz and the low-mid from 200 Hz to 3.1kHz. And they can be boosted or attenuated by 15 db. Otherwise great work, thank you very much.

I am a: Hobbyist, Musician, Reaper

Response from :

Thanks for your review! Just so you know, we checked with Harrison, and the details in the course are correct. The console EQ in 32C is based off the Harrison 32C and is voiced differently. So it’s not a straight parametric EQ where there is a Low Mid and High. This is specified in the videos. As per Harrison: "You will see some odd values in the frequency & gain values; remember that this circuit dates back to 1975 and it is not fully-parametric. It was "voiced" very carefully to get the shapes they wanted, with minimal controls." Thanks again!

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JNetick
Submitted 2 weeks ago

Very clear

I am waiting to learn how to use Mixbus in my Ableton projects

I am a: Student, Beat Maker, Ableton Live


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JSchlomo
Submitted 2 days ago

Good overall introduction to Mixbus

I didn't watch this entirely since I'm a longtime Mixbus/32c user. I think this series is great value for someone jumping on Mixbus from PT, Cubase or Logic because there IS a learning curve. And I did find some interesting things or shortcuts that weren't on my radar. However, there's a few things that bothered me: - Gainstaging: Mixbus has this wonderful and customizable meterbridge, I don't understand why the author doesn't at least demonstrate it. It's perfect for gainstaging all your tracks across the board in a matter of minutes. Plus: Gainstaging a kick by dropping down the fader to where it has very low resolution and boosting the input trim almost by the same amount to compensate makes no sense to me - Polarity optimization: This is one of the absolute standout features of Mixbus and I would happily for that alone as a single plugin. So powerful and easy to use, why doesn't it get mentioned? (correct me if it does and I missed the part) - 32c EQ: Tamas IS right. Don't know what exactly Harrison said, but Ben and Nik certainly know their stuff. I remember them saying that the numbers shown in the scribblestrip when turning the EQ should not be taken too seriously. In fact, before v6 they did not show any frequencies at all, just values. Anyway, the low band definitely does NOT go up to 8kHz. This can easily be proven by just using one's ears. When in peak mode, it does show 40Hz and 600Hz as limits in the scribble, exactly as "printed". In shelf mode, frequencies shown are shifted higher to about 200Hz and 2kHz - I guess because more of the spectrum is affected, I don't know, maybe it's just a bug, but it doesn't matter. Interestingly, the frequencies shown are different in the video, so I guess it's another build than I use. But whatever value is shown does not affect the EQ itself. And again, just listen to the low band, it does NOT go up to 8kHz.

I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Cubase, Pro Tools

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Jrom
Submitted 4 days ago

Well, I have hope for more...

I still have to Consul the manual. Lots of ?? Still!

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Phil1113
Submitted 1 week ago

Very concise.

Been a Mixbus32C user for a few years. Always look to learn something new. These vids showed me a couple things I've missed.

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GraceHeart Sound
Submitted 1 week ago

Excellent Course to Gain Familiarity with Harrison Mixbus 6

As a recent purchaser of Harrison Mixbus 6, my first purchase of this DAW, I began searching for a good education course. Initially I was unable to find a true course on this DAW and then during a recent search in the Groove3 library I found this new addition by Gary Hiebner. I was familiar with other courses by Gary and new immediately this would be a great course, and it is just that! All new owners/users of Mixbus 6 needs to view this course. Highly recommended!

I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Cubase, Studio One

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Alongwayback
Submitted 1 week ago

Excellent video series!!

I am so stoked by this video series, I'm only halfway through it and I know far more about the "Harrison Mixbus 6 32C", than I was ever to figure out on my own. I purchased this series because I knew that trying to figure it out on my own would be daunting, but this video series is the very best hand-holding I have ever experienced and I know that by the end of the series, I will be an experienced expert with this software title, fantastic offering, especially for someone moving into using a brand new system and this Harrison system is powerful on steroids!!

I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Pro Tools, Reason, Studio One

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Tamas
Submitted 2 weeks ago

Excellent and very useful tutorial as always.

I love Harrison Mixbus for mixing and I always enjoy Gary's tutorials. Just one comment. Something weird seems to be going on when Gary is demonstrating the EQ section of the 32C. The bands are in fact in order from low to high, with the low band ranging from 40 Hz to 600 Hz and the low-mid from 200 Hz to 3.1kHz. And they can be boosted or attenuated by 15 db. Otherwise great work, thank you very much.

I am a: Hobbyist, Musician, Reaper

Response from :

Thanks for your review! Just so you know, we checked with Harrison, and the details in the course are correct. The console EQ in 32C is based off the Harrison 32C and is voiced differently. So it’s not a straight parametric EQ where there is a Low Mid and High. This is specified in the videos. As per Harrison: "You will see some odd values in the frequency & gain values; remember that this circuit dates back to 1975 and it is not fully-parametric. It was "voiced" very carefully to get the shapes they wanted, with minimal controls." Thanks again!
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JNetick
Submitted 2 weeks ago

Very clear

I am waiting to learn how to use Mixbus in my Ableton projects

I am a: Student, Beat Maker, Ableton Live

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Gary Hiebner is a sound designer and music composer from South Africa who has worked in new media such as music and sound for TV and online games. He has worked through a multitude of different audio software, and through this found a passion for teaching how to use the different types of audio software that are available on the market. Gary is a firm believer that audio software has its place in the creative field and using them as tools you can get different results which you might not have ever imagined in your compositions and productions.

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Harrison Mixbus 6 Explained® is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 7 .
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by from Good overall introduction to Mixbus I didn't watch this entirely since I'm a longtime Mixbus/32c user. I think this series is great value for someone jumping on Mixbus from PT, Cubase or Logic because there IS a learning curve. And I did find some interesting things or shortcuts that weren't on my radar. However, there's a few things that bothered me: - Gainstaging: Mixbus has this wonderful and customizable meterbridge, I don't understand why the author doesn't at least demonstrate it. It's perfect for gainstaging all your tracks across the board in a matter of minutes. Plus: Gainstaging a kick by dropping down the fader to where it has very low resolution and boosting the input trim almost by the same amount to compensate makes no sense to me - Polarity optimization: This is one of the absolute standout features of Mixbus and I would happily for that alone as a single plugin. So powerful and easy to use, why doesn't it get mentioned? (correct me if it does and I missed the part) - 32c EQ: Tamas IS right. Don't know what exactly Harrison said, but Ben and Nik certainly know their stuff. I remember them saying that the numbers shown in the scribblestrip when turning the EQ should not be taken too seriously. In fact, before v6 they did not show any frequencies at all, just values. Anyway, the low band definitely does NOT go up to 8kHz. This can easily be proven by just using one's ears. When in peak mode, it does show 40Hz and 600Hz as limits in the scribble, exactly as "printed". In shelf mode, frequencies shown are shifted higher to about 200Hz and 2kHz - I guess because more of the spectrum is affected, I don't know, maybe it's just a bug, but it doesn't matter. Interestingly, the frequencies shown are different in the video, so I guess it's another build than I use. But whatever value is shown does not affect the EQ itself. And again, just listen to the low band, it does NOT go up to 8kHz.
Date published: 2020-07-09
Rated 3.0 out of 5 by from Well, I have hope for more... I still have to Consul the manual. Lots of ?? Still!
Date published: 2020-07-07
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from Very concise. Been a Mixbus32C user for a few years. Always look to learn something new. These vids showed me a couple things I've missed.
Date published: 2020-07-05
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Excellent Course to Gain Familiarity with Harrison Mixbus 6 As a recent purchaser of Harrison Mixbus 6, my first purchase of this DAW, I began searching for a good education course. Initially I was unable to find a true course on this DAW and then during a recent search in the Groove3 library I found this new addition by Gary Hiebner. I was familiar with other courses by Gary and new immediately this would be a great course, and it is just that! All new owners/users of Mixbus 6 needs to view this course. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2020-07-03
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Excellent video series!! I am so stoked by this video series, I'm only halfway through it and I know far more about the "Harrison Mixbus 6 32C", than I was ever to figure out on my own. I purchased this series because I knew that trying to figure it out on my own would be daunting, but this video series is the very best hand-holding I have ever experienced and I know that by the end of the series, I will be an experienced expert with this software title, fantastic offering, especially for someone moving into using a brand new system and this Harrison system is powerful on steroids!!
Date published: 2020-07-03
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Excellent and very useful tutorial as always. I love Harrison Mixbus for mixing and I always enjoy Gary's tutorials. Just one comment. Something weird seems to be going on when Gary is demonstrating the EQ section of the 32C. The bands are in fact in order from low to high, with the low band ranging from 40 Hz to 600 Hz and the low-mid from 200 Hz to 3.1kHz. And they can be boosted or attenuated by 15 db. Otherwise great work, thank you very much.
Date published: 2020-06-29
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from Very clear I am waiting to learn how to use Mixbus in my Ableton projects
Date published: 2020-06-27
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