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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.
Talking sonic repair with Converge guitarist/producer K… - Fixing It in the Mix
Kurt Ballou is a busy guy. In addition to being the guitarist in the popular metal band Converge, he’s a producer and engineer, and the owner of Godcity Studio in Massachusetts. In addition to recording his own band’s projects, Ballou has produced and recorded such groups as High on Fire, Nails, Young Widows, Torche and Old Wounds.
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.
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.
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.
Space Invaders - The Whys of Using Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 55
We have now reached a stage where it seems appropriate to start unwrapping those nice little reverb plug-ins you all have lying around.
Take a Break - A guide to mixing music - Part 54
In the first article of this mixing series I told you it would be a long journey, both for you and me. As with every quest, sometimes it's good to take a pause to let it all sit for a while and start over with a clear mind and renewed energies. After more than a year of almost weekly encounters, I think the time has come for such an interlude.
How to Make Good Use of Presets - A guide to mixing music - Part 53
To close the chapter regarding dynamics processing once and for all, I'll give you my take on making good use of presets for this type of processors.
Expanders, De-essers, Limiters and Dynamic EQs - A guide to mixing music - Part 52
In this penultimate article dedicated to managing dynamics during mixdown, I'll briefly mention some other processing options sometimes used at this stage, as well as the reasons why I won't look into them in detail.
The Best Noise Gate Plug-Ins - A guide to mixing music - Part 51
There is plenty more to say about the possible uses of a noise gate, especially from a creative point of view. However, that would divert us from the subject at hand. Besides, by now, I hope you have all started to realize the potential of this type of processing and, as a consequence, your imagination can do the rest. So, as a sort of conclusion …