Shortening, cleaning up, trimming off the intro and outro of your song; your new single might need some adjusting for top radio play.
You asked for it and we delivered, here’s our most important pieces of advice for preventing and dealing with hearing damage in audio work.
Whether you’re dealing with live strings or VSTs, legato or staccato passages, to create fluidity you may have to use time correction tools.
Don’t spend time and money you can’t get back in the recording studio, go into every session prepared and ready. Here are some tips!
Bass frequencies can really mess up your mix, here’s why, how, and what you can do about it whether you’re mixing or mastering your audio.
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.