Fred Everything Mixing Believe

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Watch Fred Everything Mix A Hit House Music Track

As a world-renowned DJ in the House Music Scene, Fred Everything has gained notoriety for his diverse DJ sets where he navigates a variety of genres from House to Techno, and Drum and Bass to Ambient.

In this 80-minute pureMix exclusive video, Fred Everything shows you how he mixes in a creative flow, in a live, real-time mixing session, using his template on the song “Believe” by Kathy Diamond. After mixing portions of the song uninterrupted, Fred explains how he:

  • Organizes his mixes in Logic Pro X for quick navigation
  • Manages his gain structure from the start
  • Mixes elements in the context of the rest of the track, rather than in solo
  • Adds rhythm to percussion tracks and depth and space to synthesizers
  • As well as how he masters his tracks to fit into his DJ sets

Once you have seen Fred mix in a creative flow, download the stems and apply Fred’s techniques on your system at home.

Exercise files
Equipment & Software


  • Channel EQ
  • Chorus
  • Gain
  • EchoBoy Jr.
  • Eventide H910 Dual Harmonizer
  • Eventide Ultra Reverb
  • MultiMeter
  • Overdrive
  • Space Designer
  • Tape Delay
  • UAD DBX 160
  • UAD EMT 250
  • UAD Fairchild 670 Legacy
  • UAD Harrison 32C
  • UAD Neve 1073
  • UAD Precision Buss Compressor
  • UAD Precision Limiter
  • UAD Pultec Pro Legacy
  • UAD SSL G Bus Compressor
  • UAD Teletronix LA-2A Legacy
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Fred Everything

French Canadian DJ/Producer Fred Everything is a key player in the world of House Music with two decades in the music business and a discography of more than 200 releases to his credit. Born in Hull and raised in Quebec City, Fred caught the bug early for electronic music in high school, working summer jobs washing dishes to buy his first synths. He then formed a few bands while spending his weekends as the youngest kid in local nightclubs. In the early 90s, he started playing live in raves and clubs across Canada. He was then known simply as “Everything,” because of the eclectic nature of his sets, which would include Techno, House, Ambient and even Drum & Bass. A highlight of that period was opening for Sasha at Metropolis in Montreal. Tired of carrying his 909 and 101 around, he started to DJ more actively and changed his name to ‘Fred Everything’. A move to the big city of Montreal was the next obvious thing, where he landed a job at the city’s legendary Inbeat Record Store. It wasn’t too long after, that Fred found himself releasing on some of his favorite labels and touring internationally.


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Featured Artists and Musics
Kathy Diamond

Kathy Diamond is a funk/disco house singer-songwriter from London, United Kingdom. She was born in Sheffield in the north of England. Her love for soul and disco started at an early age, gaining inspiration from Donna Summer.

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2022 Jul 15
Excellent mixing on the fly. Love to see the work in progress. I can understand what you are listening to and where your attention goes step by step. That's really inspiring, and I can see how you don't loose too much time in minimal details. The details come after. Very good.
2021 Jun 15
Especially the prepared FX Channels and how he uses them are very interesting and I learned a lot here! Thank You!
Geraldo Osterno
2020 Jul 15
Please in portuguese subtitule!
2019 Jun 20
please in spanish subtitule
2019 Apr 25
please in spanich subtitule !!!
2018 Sep 09
I agree Tamko, it's really more helpful when the mentors explain what it does WHEN he does it! In this case you really feel the essence, the concept and the explanation. That's why i have problem with the Chris Lord Alge video, first of all with the analogic console you can't see what it does, but also the explanation come after the action. Not Good. The Fab pedagogy is the real one
2018 Sep 04
Really enjoyed this mix tutorial, I like how the tracks were already produced well and Fred showed super subtle enhancements. Great job pureMix!
2018 Aug 18
In general this video is good and interesting, but to my personal opinion it's not a very good idea to put so long parts with "mixing" on a fly, even though you explain them later. We have seen this "on a fly mixing" idea at the beginning of the video, I think that it was enough. It's much more useful when teachers explain every step and their feelings at the right moment, during the process. Thank you for your huge work anyway.
2018 Aug 11
Finally some EDM music!!!!!