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Mixing with Reverb

Mixing with Reverb: How to Use Reverb for Depth Without Creating a Mess April 26, 2016 •From MIXING & MASTERING Mixing with reverb has two outcomes. There’s hardly any in between. Either you know how to use reverb and create depth in your mix while maintaining separation or you don’t know the tricks and end up with […]

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7 Trix to Mixing Vocals

7 Trix to Mixing Vocals By Jason Moss of Ever heard a modern hit record with a poorly mixed vocal? Probably not. Likely, because it doesn’t exist. The sad truth is… If your vocals don’t sound great, you may be dooming your music to obscurity.  But knowing this alone doesn’t make mixing them any easier. […]

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10 Trix for Mixing Guitar

10 Trix for Mixing Guitar By Björgvin Benediktsson From  There’s always space to learn more guitar mixing techniques, especially if you’re a guitarist as well as an engineer. Us guitarist like hearing our guitar sound amazing in a mix. We want it to be the loudest instrument, and routinely have fights with our singers about what the […]

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Mixing Kick and Low End

Mixing Bass and Kick for Low-End Balance March 18, 2015 • By:  MIXING & MASTERING The biggest hits ever recorded would be unlistenable if their mixers didn’t achieve the perfect low-end balance between the bass and the kick. Get this wrong and nothing will sit well in your mix. Get it right and the rest of your […]

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Ableton vs FL Studio

Ableton vs FL Ѕtudio Thеrе’ѕ a lоt tо соnѕidеr whеn уоu’rе trуing tо dеtеrminе the diffеrеnсеѕ between Ablеtоn vs FL Studiо. Bоth оf these DAWѕ аrе vеrу роwеrful аnd аrе аblе to сrеаtе bеаutiful muѕiс. Before you to try them on for size yourself, here’s a quick snapshot of what each of these tools do […]

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