Recording & Mixing news
- 10/22/15Hot news
An interview with guitarist Jane Getter
Jane Getter's powerful jazz/progressive guitar playing is the focal point of “On,” the new album from her band Jane Getter Premonition.
- 07/10/15Hot news
20% off Fab Dupont's Master Class in Paris
Thanks to Audiofanzine, you can register to Fab Dupont's master class on August 22-23 in France with a 20% discount.
- 12/14/14Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 14
Today we'll begin to address equalization. But be warned: We'll linger here quite a bit, considering that the EQ is the ultimate mixing tool.
- 12/10/14Hot news
From Creation to Final Mix Part 2
Discover today the second part of the Avid/Puremix video series dedicated to the The Arrows music creation with producer Fab Dupont.
- 12/06/14Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 13
Now that we've dealt with panning in our rough mix, it's time to address the levels. The goal is simply to find a basic balance that allows you to hear each element as clearly as possible, in accordance with your vision of the sonic puzzle.
- 11/28/14Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 12
As mentioned in the last installment, we'll start the rough mix by panning the different elements of the mix. To do that, I recommend you an incredibly effective game I discovered several years ago thanks to a sound engineer friend of mine. Romano, if you are reading these lines, thank you again for this find!
- 11/25/14Hot news
Studio tips, techniques and wisdom from a producer, engineer and musician who’s seen it all
Alan Parsons' career is as impressive as it is long. He got his start as an assistant engineer at the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London...
- 10/29/14Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 5
Sometimes the best way to make people really grasp an idea is to resort to a fitting metaphor. That's why, today, I'll show you a way to visualize a mix that ought to allow you to understand the whole thing better.
- 10/27/14Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 4
Before getting into the heart of the matter, I deem it necessary to deal with a subject that isn't only limited to computer music, namely backups.
- 10/21/14Hot news
How to Replace Bad Notes or Chords via Copy and Paste
In part 1 of this article we discussed using cut, copy and paste editing techniques to fix rhythmic mistakes. This time around, we'll use those same edit tools to replace notes that are the wrong pitch or badly played.