Studio & Home Studio articles
- 03/01/16Getting started
Of Width and Depth - A guide to mixing music - Part 76
I feel a bit compelled to add a brief parenthesis after what I wrote at the end of the previous article. So, in the next couple of articles I will not limit myself to working with space but rather to the mix as a whole.
- 02/28/16Getting started
More About Compressing Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 75
Today we'll continue exploring the use of reverb and dynamics processing by looking at post-reverb compression.
- 02/23/16Getting started
Reverb Meets Compression - A guide to mixing music - Part 74
Today we'll see how to make reverb and compression work together. At first sight it might seem weird to want to compress a reverb. And yet a compressor placed before or after the reverb can prove quite useful for controlling the reverberated signal.
- 02/21/16Getting started
Gated Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 73
In this new episode we'll address the strange marriage between reverbs and gates.
- 02/16/16Getting started
Sculpting Reverb with EQ - A guide to mixing music - Part 72
With this article we'll close the study of spectral control of reverberation by looking at post-reverb EQ.
- 02/11/16Getting started
Why You Need a Dedicated Digital Audio Editor - For some common audio editing tasks, a digital audio editor is often better than your DAW
When it comes to music-production software, DAWs get all the glory. And for good reason: You use them for all the glamorous parts of the process, such as tracking, overdubbing and mixing. Conversely, digital audio editor applications are relegated to the grunt work, and don’t get talked about as much. Nevertheless, if you don’t have an audio edi...
- 02/09/16Getting started
Reverb Damping - A guide to mixing music - Part 71
Today we'll continue our study of frequency control applied to reverberation by addressing damping. Usually, if you have given enough care to choosing your starting preset, you shouldn't need to tweak this parameter...although, you never know.
- 02/07/16Getting started
Reverb and EQ - A guide to mixing music - Part 70
When it comes to reverberation, spectral content is crucial. Processing at the frequency level can happen at three distinct points in the audio path: before, during or after reverberation. Today, we'll focus on pre-reverb EQ.
- 02/02/16Getting started
Early Reflections - A guide to mixing music - Part 69
In the last article, we discussed reverb time, which, in the end, corresponds more or less to the duration of the reverb tail. Today we'll take a look at what happens on the other side of the reverberation with the early reflections.
- 01/31/16Getting started
It's Reverb Time - A guide to mixing music - Part 68
Today we'll dive into reverb time, a most crucial parameter that needs to be handled cautiously.