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« Reply #20 on: 11/ 04/ 2013, 12:48:18 PM »
If you haven't already, check out the EDMproduction subreddit.  They do competition and also do weekly feedback threads and feedback sessions on plug.dj and give some pretty helpful information.

the top bar holds a bunch of different stuff, but the best things relating to mixing and mastering that they talk about are

instrument frequency chart

recommended books there's a few in there that come highly recommended for mixing and mastering

various tips and tricks

check out some of the AMA's they've had from producers, some of them go into some pretty nice info about creating sounds / mixing and such
also the /r/AbletonLive reddit is pretty nice for Ableton specific things

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« Reply #21 on: 11/ 04/ 2013, 02:11:29 PM »
^ that's a lot of helpful stuff, thanks

also forgot about this guys stuff

http://tarekith.com/

he wrote a lot of stuff on mixing, mastering etc. and he even does mixing and mastering at a somewhat decent rate.

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« Reply #22 on: 11/ 05/ 2013, 01:11:44 PM »
Concerning the mixing and mastering stuff, this might be interesting:

Sound Engineer Jesse Cannon To Teach Free creativeLIVE Online Course on DIY Mastering on Dec 10-11; Cannon to unveil how to avoid rookie mistakes and become a mastering pro

SEATTLE, WA (November 5, 2013) — creativeLIVE (www.creativelive.com), the world’s largest live online education network, announced today that they have signed veteran music engineer Jesse Cannon to teach DIY Mastering — a 2 day course — this December 10-11, 2013.

Jesse, the engineer behind successful artists Animal Collective, The Misfits, The Cure and Man Overboard, will reveal his proven techniques for mastering tracks without spending years in the studio. Using real-life examples, Jesse will identify and troubleshoot basic rookie mistakes, discuss lesser-known essential concepts and share the essential behind-the-board tools that he’s learned while studying under some of the most well known audio engineers such as Ross Robinson, Steve Evetts, Alan Douches, and Dean Rispler.

All of creativeLIVE’s classes are free to watch during the live broadcast. Additionally, anyone with an Internet connection can ask Jesse questions via creativeLIVE’s chatroom and social media channels. Jesse’s course, which clocks in at 14 total learning hours, is also available to purchase for anytime access for $99.

For full details and to RSVP for the live event, please visit the course page
(http://www.creativelive.com/courses/diy-mastering-jesse-cannon).