Modulation Effects - The Phaser Effect - A guide to mixing music - Part 101Learning
This is the last episode dedicated to he use of modulation tools during mixdown. Today we'll discuss the Phaser effect.
Modulation Effects - The Flanger Effect - A guide to mixing music - Part 100Learning
After having seen the chorus effect last week , today we'll discuss another beloved modulation tool, the Flanger.
Modulation Effects - The Chorus Effect - A guide to mixing music - Part 99Learning
Moving forward we'll be taking a look at some modulation tools that, even if not that useful on a day-to-day basis during mixdown, they can come in incredibly handy in some situations. Today we'll be…
The Andrew Scheps Interview - Mixing in Parallel (Part 1)Interview / Podcast
You’d probably be surprised to discover that one of the top mixers in the world works on just a single pair of monitors, in a non-treated room, from a home studio. That engineer is Andrew Scheps, one…
How to use tape machine and mixing console emulators - A guide to mixing music - Part 97Learning
As promised, this week we'll see how to make the most of tape machine and console-emulating plug-ins.
The whys of using tape machine and console emulators - A guide to mixing music - Part 96Learning
This week we'll keep on discussing distortion by addressing plug-ins that emulate legendary tape machines and consoles.
How to use harmonic distortion in a mix - A guide to mixing music - Part 95Learning
Today you'll see how to put into practice everything you've learned so far about harmonic distortion.
Getting acquainted with harmonic distortion - A guide to mixing music - Part 94Learning
This week we'll continue exploring harmonic distortion.
Using Distortion During Mixdown - A guide to mixing music - Part 93Learning
This time around, we'll focus on distortion.
Using Buses to Make a Mix More Cohesive - A guide to mixing music - Part 92Learning
In the coming weeks we'll discuss in detail the so-called "glue" effect, in other words how to make the mix more homogeneous using different procedures. Today we'll discuss a simple method to emphasi…
The Relationship Between Reverb and Delay - A guide to mixing music - Part 91Learning
To close the chapter dedicated to the use of delay during mixdown, we'll look into the relationship between reverb and delay.
Breaking the rules is standard procedure for producer/e… - If It Sounds Good, Do It!Learning
Prince, Tom Petty, System of a Down, Tool, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Sevendust are just some of the artists on producer and engineer Sylvia Massy’s discography. The 30-year studio veteran has never b…
Fill It Up with Delay - A guide to mixing music - Part 90Learning
This week we'll look into a somewhat particular use of delay ─ as a way of filling up a mix. You certainly won't be able to use this technique every day, but it can come in pretty handy to "dress up"…
Using Delay to Broaden Your Horizons - A guide to mixing music - Part 89Learning
After having explored depth with reverb, we will now move into another topic that is just as important during mixdown: width.
Producer Andrew Wade shares his mixing and guitar-recor… - Studio Tips from The Big BossLearning
Andrew Wade (aka “The Big Boss”) knows a little something about guitar recording. Wade is a producer/engineer/songwriter who has focused heavily on the pop-punk/Emo genres and has produced music (inc…