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    Ermz is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by divinedemise View Post
    Ermz is amazing.
    Agreed! When is the ebook coming?

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    Really soon, I have an advance copy and it rules. People getting into rock and metal mixing are going to find this absolutely invaluable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolly View Post
    Really soon, I have an advance copy and it rules. People getting into rock and metal mixing are going to find this absolutely invaluable.
    I nag him about once a month on Twitter and FB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolly View Post
    Really soon, I have an advance copy and it rules. People getting into rock and metal mixing are going to find this absolutely invaluable.
    His book is AMAZING! bought it as soon as it came out. I even had it print and binded so i can have it in my studio library. i definitely recommend it as well!

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    props to Ermz. This guide is absolutely fantastic. I'd been turned off any kind recording advice because I thought Slipperman's guide to recording distorted guitars was a heap of shit and a massive waste of time to read. I certainly would have ignored this guide if it used the same writing style. But Ermz sticks to subject at hand, balances very nicely between a high-level overview and more specific advice, and he is extremely thorough.

    I would have killed for a resource like this back when I was starting out mixing. Absolutely worth the money.

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    so true man, the thing is that the way the book is written, its so "casual" but professional at the same time. its not boring to read it at all, and is a constant reference with the advices it has inside.

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    before I dive into these, after spending hours reading slipperman?'s guide (hilarious as it was I couldn't pull anything out of it) as I am completely in the box (well..minus the guitar obviously)

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