Mixing is where all the musical spices of the music recipe come together. As in cooking, if the balance is just right the results are a sonic delicacy. I don’t know why I’m using cooking references here, but my point is that, to me, mixing is where the track really comes to life. Inside Audio Mixing we have lots of articles to help you get the most out of your mixes.
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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 »