Understanding the differences between these two types of Equalization can help you sculpt your mixes like a radio-ready professional.
While most artists send their tracks out to a pro for mastering, you can achieve a decent result yourself with some focused experimenting.
What does that mean? It means not having to rely on engineers for clarity in your vocals, and taking control of the way your voice is mixed.
If you find yourself dealing with different guitar signals, here’s a primer on how to EQ acoustics versus electrics in your mix.
Using processing tools like EQ, delay, reverb, and compression, here’s how to get a solid mix on your lead vocal takes in just a few steps.
Taken from Soundfly’s Hip-Hop Production course, this lesson goes over basic processing and production tips for your lead vocals.
Is everything sounding louder these days? It’s not just you, it’s a growing trend in all genres of music. Here’s how you can get your mix sounding loud too.
Find out how to create strong yet airy and not harsh-sounding vocals for your hip-hop mix. Why? Because hip-hop is ALL ABOUT the vocals!
Producing your own vocal tracks at home? Learn more about how human vocal frequencies work in order to manipulate how they sound in your tracks.
Learn why this simple reverb trick can provide new space in the context of an entire mix, and how you can apply it to your own productions.