Recording & Mixing feature articles
- 01/10/16Getting started
How to Use the Pink Noise Trick - A guide to mixing music - Part 65
Despite everything I've told you, you might still be having some trouble trying to decide which preset is the best starting point for your song. Even more so considering that software makers are usually very generous when it comes to the number of presets they provide with their reverb plug-ins. As a consequence, even if you have a clear idea ab...
- 01/04/16Getting started
It's Just a Matter of Feeling - A guide to mixing music - Part 64
By now, after several articles dealing with the different reverb types, you ought to be able to determine which families match better the goals you have in mind. Now it's up to you to decide which presets of these families are the best starting points for the song you are in the process of mixing. And this is by no means a minor issue, because y...
- 12/20/15Getting started
Mixing with Room Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 63
This week we'll finish our overview of the different reverb families addressing the biggest one among them: rooms.
- 12/13/15Getting started
Mixing with Chamber and Ambience Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 62
Today we'll look into chamber and ambience reverbs.
- 12/06/15Getting started
Mixing with Plate and Hall Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 61
As we continue looking at the different reverb families, we'll focus this time on plate and hall reverbs.
- 11/29/15Getting started
Mixing with Spring Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 60
Regardless of whether your reverb is algorithmic or convolution, chances are the plug-in you use provides different types of reverb. And, in my view, the choice of reverb type is crucial to get the expected results. Unfortunately, most beginners usually make random choices, which only complicates things. That's why, starting today, I intend to r...
- 11/21/15Getting started
Reverb: Pre- or Post-Fader? - A guide to mixing music - Part 59
As we saw in the previous article, it's often better to use reverbs on auxiliary buses. Consequently, it's only logical to ask yourself about the best way to send a signal to those aux buses.
- 11/16/15Getting started
Reverb In or Aux? - A guide to mixing music - Part 58
Before you start working with reverb, you need to set up a couple of things. That's why this week we'll look into the different routing options available and examine their advantages and disadvantages.
- 11/09/15Getting started
Reverb Don'ts - A guide to mixing music - Part 57
In this episode we'll point out a couple of things to avoid when dialing in reverb settings.
- 11/02/15Getting started
Using Reverb - Step by Step - A guide to mixing music - Part 56
Today I'll describe how we will be proceeding to be able to work with reverbs in all tranquility.