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The Daily Adventures of Mixerman Book Mixerman Is A Recording Engineer Working With A Famous Producer On The Debut Album Of An Unknown Band With A Giant Recording Budget Mixerman Is Supposed To Be Writing About Recording Techniques, But Somehow, Through That Prism, He Has Hit Upon A Gripping Story Like All Great Narratives, Mixerman S Diary Has Many Anti Heroes For Whom We, The Readers, Can Have Nothing But Contempt The Band Consists Of The Four Most Dislikable Human Beings You Can Imagine The Singer Is Vain And Pretentious The Guitarist Is A Serious Depressive The Drummer Is As Dumb As Cotton, And The Bassist Is Merely Mean And Petty, Making Him The Only One That Mixerman Can Stand All Four Of Them Hate Each Other S Guts, And They Haven T Even Been On Tour Yet Mixerman Takes You Through The Recording Process Of A Bidding War Band In Over Their Heads With A Famous Record Producer Also In Over His Head Many Find Mixerman S Diary Entries Side Splittingly Funny Some Find Them Maddening And A Select Few Feel They Are The Most Despicable Accountings Of Record Making Ever Documented.

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  • Hardcover
  • 427 pages
  • The Daily Adventures of Mixerman
  • Mixerman
  • English
  • 27 July 2018
  • 0879309458

10 thoughts on “The Daily Adventures of Mixerman

  1. says:

    I read this book 400 page book in 3 sittings The first 2 3rds I read online at mixerman.net After that I just had to give this guy my money and find out how it ended.It s hilarious, and I imagine Mixerman to be a Louis C.K type character as of this writing, I m pretty sure Louis C.K is the greatest living comedian The stories are honest and insightful to the world of band dynamics, music and recording Some of the digressions are not very funny or relevant, and close to the end, the stor I read this book 400 page book in 3 sittings The first 2 3rds I read online at mixerman.net After that I just had to give this guy my money and find out how it ended.It s hilarious, and I imagine Mixerman to be a Louis C.K type character as of this writing, I m pretty sure Louis C.K is the greatest living comedian The stories are honest and insightful to the world of band dynamics, music and recording Some of the digressions are not very funny or relevant, and...

  2. says:

    Hilarious I got quite a few looks while reading this in my dorm due to hysterical laughter Somewhat educational and enlightening as well About 2 3 is readable online at small sample Recording vocals with the bass player wasarduous andtorturous than recording guitars with the singer I couldn t help but think to myself, Perhaps everyone should just shift over one musical station, pick up whatever instrument happened to be there, and then start recordin Hilarious I got quite a few looks while reading this in my dorm due to hysterical laughter Somewhat educational and enlightening as well About 2 3 is readable online at small sample Recording vocals with the bass player wasarduous andtorturous than recording guitars with the singer I couldn t help but think to myself, Perhaps everyone should just shift over one musical station, pick up whatever instrument happened to be there, and then start recording the album ...

  3. says:

    I actually listened to the audiobook version Its narrated by Mixerman himself All the different characters from the story have their own voice and theres an added element of sound effects that add to rhe experience For those that read it and found it ...

  4. says:

    One of the most poorly written books I ve ever read EVER Arrogant, self aggrandizing and cliche riddled Avoid it at all costs

  5. says:

    if you are a musician and you haven t read The Mixerman diaries you must do so immediately an entertaining read even if you aren t a musician.

  6. says:

    Mixerman is a audio engineer who began anonymously blogging about his adventures recording an album for a major label with a new band and unlimited budget, exposing the infighting, nepotism, greed and stupidity behind producing music in short, discussing all the things which conspire against making a good album which a good recording engineer must resist He vents anonymously on the internet because he thinks it would be an interesting project and he wants to test his talents as a writer, but Mixerman is a audio engineer who began anonymously blogging about his adventures recording an album for a major label with a new band and unlimited budget, exposing the infighting, nepotism, greed and stupidity behind producing music in short, discussing all the things which conspire against making a good album which a good recording engineer must resist He ve...

  7. says:

    This book is really really funny It chronicles the daily tribulations of a major label band as they try to record a hit record despite the fact the band members hate each other, and none of them can play their instruments properly.The book was originally released as daily journal entries on the Internet It caused a lot of embarrassment for the author and the record company despite the names being changed to protect the not so innocent.As a musician and occasional recording engineer, I have This book is really really funny It chronicles the daily tribulations of a major label band as they try to record a hit record despite the fact the band members hate each other, and none of them can play their instruments properly.The book was originally released as daily journal entries on the Internet It caused a lot of embarrassment for the author and the record company despite the names being changed to protect the not so innocent.As a musician and occasional recording engineer, I have often fantasized about having access to the limitless resources available to a band with a major label contract Having never had that luxury, I know the likelihood of ever being able to creat...

  8. says:

    I haven t had as much flat out fun reading a book in a while as I did while reading this one Maybe part of it is that I have experienced both wildly productive and wildly not productive recording sessions as a musician, so I can totally relate to some of the craziness that happens when you throw musicians into a studio Naturally, I ve never been part of a session with unlimited time and money, so I imagine that must kind of mess up your shiz.The only thing that could have possibly made this I haven t had as much flat out fun reading a book in a while as I did while reading this one Maybe part of it is that I have experienced both wildly productive and wildly not productive recording sessions as a musician, so I can totally relate to some of the craziness that happens when you throw musicians into a studio Naturally, I ve never been part of a session with unlimited time and...

  9. says:

    Warning This is an Audiobook review First things first I love the voice of the narrator I am still not sure about how much of this plot is real , but his narration makes itthan real enough for me to ignore anything surreal This book stands out for me w.r.t to other audio books i have read mainly due to the number of voice actors used I would highly recommend this version to anyone who likes to listen to books The fact that this is also a book on mixing music and audio record sessions Warning This is an Audiobook review First things first I love the voice of the narrator I am still not sure about how much of this plot is real , but his narration makes itthan real enough for me to ignore anything surreal This book stands out for me w.r.t to other audio books i have read mainly...

  10. says:

    This gets four stars simply because I suspect Mixerman might be my Tyler Durden esque alter ego He s a miserable writer, though e.g., I ve never seen so many consecutive sentences in the form of , which was nothing short of I get the feeling that when they decided to publish his diary blog as a book, an editor was not part of the process.Still, if you ve spent time in 2,000 a day studios on major label sessions, it s hard not to love this book You ll definitely recognize all the charac This gets four stars simply because I suspect Mixerman might be my Tyler Durden esque alter ego He s a miserable writer, though e.g., I ve never seen so many consecutive sentences in the form of , which was nothing short of I get the feeling that when they decided to publish his diary blog as a book, an editor was not part of the process.Still, if you ve spent time in 2,000 a day studios on major label sessions, it s hard not to love this book You ll definitely recognize all the characters and laugh o...

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