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A guide to mixing music - Part 127

Critical listening outside your studio

A guide to mixing music - Part 127

The home studio environment is usually pretty far from the ideal conditions of a commercial studio, so it's strongly advised to check your mixes outside of your work space. With that in mind, today...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 30

Recording drums — Kick drum mics

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 30

Last installment dedicated to the kick drum from the chapter on recording drums. Up to now we have been focusing exclusively on our own audio clips, but I'm well aware that not everybody has access...

A guide to mixing music - Part 126

First retouches

A guide to mixing music - Part 126

After having gone through the critical listening sessions under your normal working conditions, the time has come for some retouches. That's why today I will show you a method that ought to make yo...

The Top 10 of Musikmesse 2017

Best of Musikmesse 2017

The Top 10 of Musikmesse 2017

The Musikmesse 2017 in Frankfurt ended last week and it was a good occasion for the Audiofanzine team to try out new gear.

A guide to mixing music - Part 125

Tools to make critical listening easier

A guide to mixing music - Part 125

Today I'll suggest a non-exhaustive list of tools that can make your life easier during the critical listening sessions of your mixes in your home studio.

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 29

Recording drums — Aligning the kick drum tracks

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 29

Second kick drum installment from the chapter dedicated to recording drums.

A guide to mixing music - Part 124

Comparative A/B listening

A guide to mixing music - Part 124

This time we will look at a very specific way of listening to your mix: comparative A/B listening. I cannot recommend you enough this method – it's hands down the most important way to listen to yo...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 28

Recording drums — The kick drum (Part 1)

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 28

After having looked at the snare drum, we will focus today on how to close mic a kick drum.

A guide to mixing music - Part 123

Critical listening in a home studio

A guide to mixing music - Part 123

Chronologically speaking, the critical listening stage is divided into two phases for any home studio enthusiast: the first one under his/her usual working conditions and the second one outdoors. T...

An interview with mixing wiz Ryan West

West is Thriving in the East

An interview with mixing wiz Ryan West

Succeeding as a freelance mixing engineer in New York City is no easy feat, but Ryan West has done it, impressively. Working predominantly on the hip-hop and R&B scenes, his credit list includes su...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 27

Recording drums — The snare drum (Part 2)

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 27

In the previous episode we saw the ABC of close miking a snare drum. Today we'll take it a step further...

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