We asked Atlantic Records’ pro mixing engineer, Brandon Miranda, to share his thoughts on mixing lead vox against a background chorus…
Listening to music in stereo is best, right? Well, yes, but for listeners using a phone, laptop, or in a bar, you’re going to want a balanced mono sound.
Layering your voice to create a chorus effect is a great tool that costs you nothing but time, and can add tons of value to your chorus. Here’s how.
Here’s how to get a great start on your mixing session by running through your song with fingers on the volume faders and panning knobs.
Here’s five of our favorite quick mixing tips for when you’re trying to give your song a fuller, wider, and deeper sound.
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.
+ Ryan Lott (of Son Lux) teaches how to build custom virtual instruments for sound…
Panogramas create a graphic visual representation of where all the elements are placed in your mix. They can help you spot any balance or dominance issues.