Over the past year, I’ve had quite a few people ask me questions about my (now two) OP-Z releases (The Trancendence Album and Breath EP). The questions usually center around my workflow and recording/mixing process on the OP-Z. Since we don’t have a fully fleshed out way of multi-tracking, it can be difficult to get a great mix. Other people seem to view the OP-Z as more “toy-like” or as a “sketch pad” as opposed to a fully functional production tool. So, I decided to make mini videos series talking about that.
Part 1 focus on tips, tricks, and my overall thought process behind arranging and mixing a track before I take it outside of the OP-Z.
Honestly I am new to OP-Z but I will seriously use your tutorial for my first project. Glad to be here, really have to say thanks to TE for crafting OP-Z and have to say thanks to all who are contributing their ideas to op-z!