Working with collaborators is the best way to stay accountable to your goals and deadlines, but sometimes you’ve got to go it alone. Here’s some advice.
You may not always have access to high-fidelity studio monitors, especially nowadays with studios being closed, so here are six tips for mixing on the go.
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.
What are the differences between these three forms of volume adjustment, and when to use each of them in your mixing process? We answer that and more here.
There’s a thousand reasons why songwriters today need to have the ability to put a solid rough mix on their tracks, let’s dig into the most important ones.
In this guest post by our friends at LANDR, we examine 11 of our favorite audio production books which are both inspirational and educational!
Delay likely features in almost every pop song today, but there’s nothing predictable or boring about it! Here are 5 ways to keep it fun and creative!
Here’s five of our favorite quick mixing tips for when you’re trying to give your song a fuller, wider, and deeper sound.
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.