PureMix has the mixing tutorials by Fab Dupont from Sweetwater's Gearfest 2011 up. They are free. Some comments. 1. As you would expect at a Sweetwater Gearfest there is a lot of focus on gear. But the sales pitch is relatively soft and I did not find it annoying. 2. As it happens, all the gear is stuff that has been discussed pretty heavily on this board (Great River preamps, Dangerous analog summing) and much of it I own (ProTools, UAD plugins, UA 4-710d preamp, Royer and Mojave mics) so it was interesting to me even if there was a certain amount of sales pitch. It actually creeped me out a bit that they were featuring so much of the stuff I bought over the last few years. How much Koolade have I been drinking? 3. The analog summing discussion was short, but had a few points that I don't remember reading in our discussions here. There are more (free) discussions of analog summing on the PureMix site. I see this as a "maybe some day when I find a winning lottery ticket lying on the ground" step for my studio, so I have been avoiding them. 4. Fab Dupont is a good teacher - humorous and pretty articulate. Most of this session is elementary, but there are a few little tips and tricks that gave me some new info or taught me a new perspective. For instance, he's much more concerned with deessers than I am - maybe something that I should focus on. 5. The audio quality on the PureMix videos is much better than YouTubes, etc. Worth listening to on good monitors. 6. There are lots of other tutorials at his PureMix site. Many of them are free. I'm going to run through the PT shortcuts video a few times when I'm working on a mix. I have a bunch of favorite shortcuts that I use all the time, but I could probably double the number to my benefit. 7. Has anyone here tried the pay per view videos on the site? There is a 25 minute video that focuses solely on mixing with UAD plugins that he is selling for $14. It includes uncompressed .wav files of the song he mixes. Anyone tried it? A bit pricey for 25 minutes.