Simply stated, mixing is the art of balancing and nuancing the relative levels of multiple audio tracks or channels, to some aesthetically desirable result. In much electroacoustic composition, the term departs in its significance from the sense with which it is used in sound recording vocabulary. That is to say, it is often hard, or even impossible, to separate mixing from other aspects of the creative process in a discrete fashion. The term is often used in a sense that includes the overall assembling, timing, counter-pointing and articulation of sound materials, which evidently contribute significantly to determining the musical argument. An analogy may be made with the difficulty in much instrumental composition of clearly distinguishing between decisions concerned with the ’composition’ of the material and those concerned with the ’orchestration’ of the material.
UNESCO DigiArts- Practical seminar : Creating a simple electroacoustic piece in easy stages ( English , French )
- Digital Creation with Sounds and Music: Mix ( English , French )