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.
Think you can make a hit track on a budget of… nothing? We know you can. Here’s what you’re going to need to make it happen.
Just finished recording a collection of songs and you want to combine them in a full-length album? Make sure they sound consistent with these 8 tips.
Why it’s important to avoid muddiness in your song’s mix and some tips on how to isolate frequencies and sounds so they don’t overlap and create chaos.
Here’s why learning to mix in 5.1 surround sound has helped me listen better and understand the stereo mixing process more intimately.
Looking to enhance your knowledge and skills, practice your chops, and build your portfolio of work? We definitely have an online course for you here on Soundfly.
Here are seven of the most common mistakes I see young producers make when adding reverb into their mixes, and how to prevent yourself from making them.
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.
Here’s a quick, yet in-depth guide to elevating any vocal performance to a professional sounding level using various mixing techniques.