Last spring I had the opportunity to work on my first music video production for Christian artist Mary Mihara. (www.marymihara.com)
We had the chance to work with some amazing dancers and choreographer ''Tokyo'' who did a phenomenal job.I was lucky to work with the best team for the job. Thanks Mary for your trust, It's always good to work with you.I hope you'll enjoy!
Producer: Chris Miles (www.mixdownonline.com)
Director: Thomas Vannieu (www.thomasvannieu.com)
Choreographer: ''Tokyo'' Inouye (www.facebook.com/tokyotheacademy)Dance Artists: Rudy Abreu, Kamryn Beck, Nick Garcia, Jacqueline Hovis (lead), and Nichole Hovis
Musicians: Jean-Mic Pothier (bass), Chris Miles (drums),
Damaso Avila (guitar), Benjamin Ledoux (cello)
Set Crew: Cristian Montilla and Michael Charron
Let me tell you a story. A few years ago I was starting my day in the studio with my production partner, Jimmy. My computer was loading up and I was ready to open up my Cubase session to start recording, but the session files were not available. In fact, my work hard drive was not even showing up.
By: Chris Miles
Recording electric guitar is easy when done right. No matter the circumstance, your final music product needs strong recording and with the right techniques, you’re half way there. I often get questions on this topic such as: Do I have to use a guitar amp? Is a virtual amp good enough? I’ll unpack the case for both below.
By: Chris Miles
It started back in high school – Grade 9 – when my teacher asked the class what we all envisioned as our future career. My answer was clear. I want to be a music producer.
In the spring of 2003, after playing and touring with my first band, I decided to take a music production course in Drummondville, Quebec. Now it was time for me to think of the future. I was close to my goal since working as a music producer was clearly always my dream.
Hello, my name is Chris Selim. I'm a music producer, recording/mix engineer, and owner of Mixdown Online. Having produced and mixed artists globally in Canada, USA, France, Belgium, and Switzerland,
I've gained substantial experience in diverse musical genres, making online production and mixing second nature. I work out of my recording studio near Montreal, Canada.
My goal is to share my experience with you, giving you tools that I wish I had when I first started. So feel free to get in touch with me if you have any questions or comments. Hope you Enjoy!