In this guest post by our friends at LANDR, we look at why despite what many will tell you, mixing on headphones isn’t so bad after all.
In this guest post by our friends at LANDR, we look at how when audio formats and listening habits change, so does the sound of our music inevitably.
Before you bounce 25 tracks of mostly silence and call it a day, here’s how you can creatively customize your audio stems based on your needs.
A breakdown of the differences between the mixing and mastering process, and how you can tell whether your song is ready to be mastered by a pro.
The right kick drum sound can make or break the energy of your song, and the way the rest of the instruments stand up in mixing. Here’s how to choose it.
Keep your mastering engineer happy by providing a decent chunk of headroom for them to work with, and don’t over-compress your mix too early.
Exporting your audio track is the final step before mastering. Here’s how to make sure you’re leaving no stone unturned in your DAW.
In the above video, a companion to our Mentored course, Faders Up I: Modern Mix…
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