This is just a quick note to myself because I always forget to do this.
When mixing use more channel strips instead of multiple plugins to perform the same jobs.
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When I use the EMT® 140 Classic Plate Reverberator plug-in, one thing I will do is place it on two channels and use combination of Plate A with a certain EQ and Plate B with a slightly differe...Read More »
I’m constantly being asked “What should I do after my songs are recorded?” Or “my EP/LP/Record is done. Now what do I do?”
Here’s a simple chart that shows the basic lifecycle of a song, EP or albu...Read More »
This is very basic concept, but one that is often overlooked. It comes from Bobby Owsinski by way of legendary recording engineer, Ken Scott.
Ken always uses the exact same mics whenever he recor...Read More »
Producer Howard Benson breaks it down on Pensado's Place.
In this interview from Pensado's Place, producer Howard Benson really lays out what the modern music business is like. Something that really ...Read More »
I saw this questions on Quora,
"How much research has gone into developing the Facebook ping sound?"
I thought it was an interesting question because I have never really given it much thought. T...Read More »
An Ozone fan on Gearslutz.com nominated Ozone the best vocal channel strip for some type of award or another. Honestly I don't recall, but yes! That's a great idea!
Instead of trying get a great sound with five different plugins I'm going to start using Ozone on vocals in my mixes. It has it all - eq, reverb, compressor, limiter, exciter, imaging, etc. Makes sense to me.
It's so simple (meaning complete) it just might work!
But what do you think? I'd love to hear your tips and tricks on using Ozone in your mixes.
If you have a special way you use Ozone please leave it a comment in the box below.