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How to automate your mix - A guide to mixing music - Part 109
Up to now we've seen automation from a relatively theoretical point of view. That's all very nice, but the time has come to really take the plunge. And that's when the questions start to arise: how should you go about with it? Should you use a control surface or the mouse? In real time or not? That's what we are about to discover...
A guide to mixing music - Part 108 - The levers for artistic automation
Today we'll look at the parameters better suited for artistic automation.
Acoustic treatment for a home studio - Setting Up Your Home Studio - Part 5
Having a soundproof home studio is very nice. But that's far from enough to make a room ideal to record and mix music. Enter acoustic treatment.
Artistic automation or what you can learn from movies - A guide to mixing music - Part 107
So, what can you learn from the movie analogy from last week? That's what we are about to see right this moment!
Artistic automation - A guide to mixing music - Part 106
After having discussed the functional aspect of automation, it's time to look at it from an artistic point of view.
Alternatives to functional automation - A guide to mixing music - Part 105
The smartest among you might have realized, after reading the previous article, that most of the problems addressed with functional automation can be solved in other ways, which is something we'll look into today...
Functional automation - A guide to mixing music - Part 104
After addressing the "whys" of automation last week it's only logical that we start looking into the "hows" this week.
Introduction to automation - A guide to mixing music - Part 103
If you were to have the chance to look at the mix session of a commercial song you'd be more surprised by the sheer exuberance of automation lines than by the number of plug-ins used. However, most budding engineers have the unfortunate tendency to neglect this stage of the mixing process. Which is a real pity because, apart from being a prerogati…
Andrew Scheps talks compression, plug-ins, panning, EQ … - Mixing in Parallel (Part 2)
Welcome to Part 2 of our interview with renowned mix engineer Andrew Scheps. This time around, Scheps offers more details on his mixing techniques, and talks about why he transitioned away from his previous console-based setup and into mixing in the box.
A guide to mixing music - Part 102 - Questions to ask yourself before moving on
Darn, is this series dedicated to mixdown long! But remember that Rome wasn't built in a day! Learning a new craft, regardless of what it is, demands a lot of time. That's the way it is, I can't help it. And if you don't like it feel free to put a claim with the highest authority you can, don't take it out on me.