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  • 10 cool and innovative features from 10 top DAWs
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    10 cool and innovative features from 10 top DAWs

    03/03/15 in Getting Started

    All DAWS are definitely not created equal. Yes they can all record and edit audio and MIDI, host effects and software instruments, and provide facilities for mixing. But beyond those bread-and-butter functions, most offer some specific features that either none of the others do, or that none of the others can do as well. Here we present a look at …

  • A guide to mixing music - Part 24
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    A guide to mixing music - Part 24

    03/01/15 in Getting Started

    Now that we have analyzed EQing during mixdown, let's talk a bit about the tools capable of carrying out the task.

  • A guide to mixing music - Part 24
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    A guide to mixing music - Part 24

    03/01/15 in Getting Started

    Now that we have analyzed EQing during mixdown, let's talk a bit about the tools capable of carrying out the task.

  • A guide to mixing music - Part 24
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    A guide to mixing music - Part 24

    03/01/15 in Getting Started

    Now that we have analyzed EQing during mixdown, let's talk a bit about the tools capable of carrying out the task.

  • A guide to mixing music - Part 23
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    A guide to mixing music - Part 23

    02/22/15 in Getting Started

    In this week's installment, we'll continue our focus on EQing during mixdown, with some additional tips and advice.

  • A guide to mixing music - Part 21
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    A guide to mixing music - Part 21

    02/07/15 in Getting Started

    Contrary to popular belief, panning and ambience are not the only tools to use for adjusting the location of a track in the sound field of a mix. We are about to see that the sensation of space and depth can be addressed right from the EQing stage.

  • A guide to mixing music - Part 20
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    A guide to mixing music - Part 20

    02/01/15 in Getting Started

    In this episode we'll discuss a pretty subjective application of EQing, namely, coloration.

  • A guide to mixing music - Part 19
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    A guide to mixing music - Part 19

    01/26/15 in Getting Started

    Today we'll deal with frequency masking ─ what is it actually, and how can we solve it?

  • A guide to mixing music - Part 18
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    A guide to mixing music - Part 18

    01/17/15 in Getting Started

    In this installment, we'll do a quick review on how to deal with the rest of the mid frequencies and the high end. Why a "quick" review? Well, because there are no systematic rules this time around and, especially, because we can make better use of these frequency bands in the second EQing stage, later on.

  • A guide to mixing music - Part 17
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    A guide to mixing music - Part 17

    01/10/15 in Getting Started

    After cleaning up the low end, let's move on to the low/mids. You probably noticed that I wrote "low/mids" and not "low-mids". Why, you ask? Because we will be addressing frequencies between 100 Hz and 500 Hz, which is somewhere in between the lows and low-mids, as they are generally defined.