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Infected Mushroom Pusher In-Action

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Length: 30min 53sec
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    Tutorial 1

    Introduction

    1:08

    A brief explanation of what Infected Mushroom Pusher can do, and what to expect from this series.

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    Tutorial 2

    Setting Input Levels

    2:45

    Timothy demonstrates setting up the plug-ins input level controls for optimum Pushing.

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    Tutorial 3

    Clipping & Limiting

    3:18

    Learn how to get your content loud, as well as the differences between the clip and limit options of the Push knob.

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    Tutorial 4

    Magic Time

    10:02

    Timothy covers the Magic knob functionality, and shows you what is going on behind the scenes.

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    Tutorial 5

    High Knob

    2:36

    Hear how the High knob affects your mix.

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    Tutorial 6

    Hot Body

    3:24

    Learn about the Body knob and what it can do for your sounds.

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    Tutorial 7

    Low Rider

    3:50

    Timothy demonstrates how the Low knob enhances your low end material.

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    Tutorial 8

    Stereo Image

    3:50

    Discover the mid/side trick used by the Stereo Image knob.

Waves has captured EDM duo Infected Mushrooms lightning in a plug-in Pusher, and in this video tutorial series, EDM producer Timothy Allan shows you how to use it to add secret sauce to your own productions!

After laying out what you can expect from this series, Timothy starts by showing you how to set the Input control for maximum pushing.

Then Timothy teaches you the differences between the clip and limit options of the Push knob, so you can get your mix loud and punchy.

Next, Timothy dives into the Magic knob, explaining what its doing under the surface. From there, its on to the High knob and how it affects your mix.

The Body knob is then explored and explained, including which frequencies it acts upon, as well as how to use the Low knob to enhance the bottom end of your mix.

Finally, Timothy reveals the mid/side processing technique used by the Stereo Image knob.

If you want to get the download on this amazing new sonic enhancement plug-in from Waves and Infected Mushroom, look no further Watch Infected Mushroom Pusher In-Action today!

Manvince
Submitted 4 months ago

Incomplete

Even though the author did a fantastic job explaining individual controls, he didn't demonstrate or use the plugin as intended by infected mushroom and waves audio. Showing how individual parts of the plugin work without using them entirely in a real mix totally defeats the purpose of a video lesson

I am a: Professional


ave fuqua
Submitted 7 months ago

watch it !!

Altough it' s a simple ( but very effective ) tool _ watch the tutorial, because lots of information about the background of the plug in ( wich you have to consider ) and maybe a few things revealed you didn't recognize without ;)

I am a: Producer

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thejammer
Submitted 8 months ago

Good introduction

Each knobs is analyzed and described, but I would have like a more deeper look where we can know more than watching a video presenting what is written in the manual. However, the analysis on the Magic button worth it. I learn good things, but thought I could learn more.

I am a: Semi-Pro, Mastering Facility, Producer

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Dynamostar
Submitted 9 months ago

Is a good review overall

It has great exaplems, but only based in one track, adding more genres to the tutorial wouldn't be that had and will give the viewer a better view of the examples, there is one little mistake with the magic knob example and it's that in the specturm analysis, the low was one (didn't happen on the other examples)

I am a: Semi-Pro, Producer, Audio Engineer

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GregRband
Submitted 9 months ago

Good basic QUICK overview 3.5 stars actually......

Used this to help determine if I wanted to purchase the plugin while on sale. For me, not so much. The review was a little quick for my taste, a slight spoonful of cynical humor, and a very 1-2-3 there ya go style..... With that said, he was honest, complete with analyzer, explanations of possible background signal chain, etc. I must be thankful because he helped me to realize that it wasn't for my style. So Thanks guy! :) Do appreciate the upbeat humor though, a nice touch to keep from being boring......

I am a: Producer, Musician, Hobbyist

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1. When did you start dabbling in music?

As a very young kid my parents signed me up for piano lessons. My mom said if I quit that I would regret it later on in life, but I thought piano lessons were boring! Electronic music was a natural progression for me from those early days, it let me combine my love of technology and all things nerdy with a love of loud and strange noises.

2. What training have you had?

I've had years and years of training from a good friend of mine named "The Internet", and before him my other good pal "Trial and Error". 

3. When did you get into recording?

The wonder of synthesis and certain electronic music is that you never really have to record anything if you don't want to! Although I do remember way back in the day recording found sounds on an old garage sale cassette recorder I bought, and using those samples in old school Trackers on the Apple II.

4. People you have worked with/for?

I've worked with, and for, a whole bunch of fantastic people so far. Some of the more popular ones include Empire of the Sun, Dirty South, Ash, Paul Oakenfold, Carl Kennedy, Hong Kong Blondes, Loverush UK, Molly Bancroft, Made by Monkeys, Tiff Lacey, Marcie, Offer Nissim and Kirsty Hawkshaw. Madonna chose a track I made for a compilation she released, although she never called or took me for lunch! That really doesn't count as 'working with' does it!?

5. Why are you so good at training people?

I'm good at training people because I remember what it was like to be the newbie, and I try and go over things that I would have found interesting and cool, back when I was starting out. I take the time to learn the techniques inside and out, and then break that down quickly for people.

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Infected Mushroom Pusher In-Action is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 1.0 out of 5 by from Incomplete Even though the author did a fantastic job explaining individual controls, he didn't demonstrate or use the plugin as intended by infected mushroom and waves audio. Showing how individual parts of the plugin work without using them entirely in a real mix totally defeats the purpose of a video lesson
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from watch it !! Altough it' s a simple ( but very effective ) tool _ watch the tutorial, because lots of information about the background of the plug in ( wich you have to consider ) and maybe a few things revealed you didn't recognize without ;)
Date published: 2016-09-05
Rated 3.0 out of 5 by from Good introduction Each knobs is analyzed and described, but I would have like a more deeper look where we can know more than watching a video presenting what is written in the manual. However, the analysis on the Magic button worth it. I learn good things, but thought I could learn more.
Date published: 2016-07-30
Rated 3.0 out of 5 by from Is a good review overall It has great exaplems, but only based in one track, adding more genres to the tutorial wouldn't be that had and will give the viewer a better view of the examples, there is one little mistake with the magic knob example and it's that in the specturm analysis, the low was one (didn't happen on the other examples)
Date published: 2016-07-18
Rated 3.0 out of 5 by from Good basic QUICK overview 3.5 stars actually...... Used this to help determine if I wanted to purchase the plugin while on sale. For me, not so much. The review was a little quick for my taste, a slight spoonful of cynical humor, and a very 1-2-3 there ya go style..... With that said, he was honest, complete with analyzer, explanations of possible background signal chain, etc. I must be thankful because he helped me to realize that it wasn't for my style. So Thanks guy! :) Do appreciate the upbeat humor though, a nice touch to keep from being boring......
Date published: 2016-07-16