Understanding the differences between these two types of Equalization can help you sculpt your mixes like a radio-ready professional.
Mix sessions these days are wrought with endless scrolls of hundreds of tracks, but do you really need all those takes? Enter: Underdubbing.
While most artists send their tracks out to a pro for mastering, you can achieve a decent result yourself with some focused experimenting.
Here’s a well-known trick for fattening up your drums, courtesy of legendary engineer and author Bobby Owsinski.
Mixing is about more than just the technical ability to prepare sound for mastering, it’s an opportunity to add soul and life to your music.
If you find yourself dealing with different guitar signals, here’s a primer on how to EQ acoustics versus electrics in your mix.
Here’s how pro audio engineer Brian Losch achieves a big, immersive sound mixing cinematic, orchestral film score music.
Improve your mixing, music recording, editing, and production, and ear training skills with Soundfly Mentor Andrea De Carlo in four weeks.
A beginner’s guide to microphone preamps, the various types and their uses, and when to invest in a high quality preamp for your studio.
Recording your vocals at home these days? Here’s how to enliven your sound and bring your song energy with creative electronic effects.