Tag: stereo

  • Should You Be Mixing in Mono?

    Should You Be Mixing in Mono?

    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.

    Read more

  • 5 Creative Ways to Use Delay in Your Mix

    5 Creative Ways to Use Delay in Your Mix

    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!

    Read more

  • How to Avoid Muddiness in Your Mix

    How to Avoid Muddiness in Your Mix

    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.

    Read more

  • What Working in Surround Sound Did to My Stereo Mixes

    What Working in Surround Sound Did to My Stereo Mixes

    Here’s why learning to mix in 5.1 surround sound has helped me listen better and understand the stereo mixing process more intimately.

    Read more

  • Mix Buss Compression Made Easy

    Mix Buss Compression Made Easy

    + Pursue your mixing and audio production goals with a Soundfly Mentor like Andrea! Soundfly offers four-week mentorship sessions with a pro, customized to you. Get in touch to learn more. How many of you are completely terrified of doing anything to the mix buss (a.k.a., “stereo buss” or “2 buss”)? It is real easy to mess up […]

    Read more

  • Stereo Widening: 7 Simple Ways to Give Your Mix Width

    Stereo Widening: 7 Simple Ways to Give Your Mix Width

    + Learning to mix at home? Preview a lesson in Soundfly’s online course Faders Up: Modern Mix Techniques for free, and subscribe for unlimited access. Let’s face it, most mixes don’t jump out of the speaker. They need stereo widening. Without a strong stereo image, your mix will struggle to achieve the expansive and immersive qualities for […]

    Read more

Com Truise: Mid-Fi Synthwave Slow-Motion Funk