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A guide to mixing music - Part 133

Alternative mixes - Part 1

A guide to mixing music - Part 133

Now that we've seen how to optimally make the final export of your mix, we can discuss a point often neglected by beginners: alternative exports.

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 36

Recording drums — The toms

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 36

Today we'll continue exploring the close-miking of additional drum kit elements that aren't necessarily indispensable, like the toms.

A guide to mixing music - Part 132

The final export of your mix

A guide to mixing music - Part 132

Dear friends, believe it or not, our epic saga through the wonders of mixing is slowly approaching its end. Nevertheless, before we get to the final stop we still have to look into some details, st...

The best audio plug-ins for mixing

Over 50 plug-ins to make you mixing life easier

The best audio plug-ins for mixing

From the first editing click to the last automation, mixing is a passionate and arduous job. That's why we decided to write this article to discuss some tools that can make your life much easier an...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 35

Recording drums — Hi-hat cymbals

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 35

Today, we will continue the chapter dedicated to drums recording considering other close miked elements that aren't necessarily indispensable... It depends on the situation, as you will see. We'll ...

A guide to mixing music - Part 131

How to tell when a mix is done?

A guide to mixing music - Part 131

Today I'll try to answer a question seldom addressed on the web, but which nevertheless is crucial: how to know when to call it quits...?

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 34

Recording drums — Panning

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 34

Last installment of our brief detour from the recording drums articles. Should you think about the drums from the listener's or the drummer's perspective? Keep on reading to find the answer...

A guide to mixing music - Part 130

Blind testing

A guide to mixing music - Part 130

In this installment I suggest yet another way to analyze your mix through the ears of other people. The principle this time is very simple: letting a bunch of people listen to your mix without them...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 33

Recording drums - A matter of perspective

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 33

Today I'd like to discuss with you something that goes beyond drums recording strictly speaking. Actually, what we'll see has probably more to do with the mixdown stage, but I think it's neverthele...

A guide to mixing music - Part 129

Making the best of other's opinions of your mix

A guide to mixing music - Part 129

Last week we saw a listening method involving someone else, whose opinion we intentionally ignored. As useful as that approach might be, it doesn't spare you from having to actually consider the re...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 32

Recording drums — First rough mix

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 32

This time I invite you to review the current state of your drums recordings. And I'll begin with a consideration that goes beyond the instrument at hand...

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