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[Getting started] Tools to give cohesion to your mix

 
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Nantho Valentine

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1 Posted on 07/25/2016 at 04:48:41Direct link to this post
Tools to give cohesion to your mix
Today I'll shortlist the plug-ins that I use most frequently when I want to reinforce the sonic cohesion of a mix. As usual, this is by no means an exhaustive list. Far from that. My only goal here is to try to somehow point you in the right direction so you can make your own decisions later on.

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2 Posted on 07/30/2016 at 11:48:22Direct link to this post
If you want your DAW to sound like "analog" use Harrison's MIXBus 32C DAW. MB 32C looks, feels, operates and sounds like an analog console. Tape emulation is built in, your choice of compressor, limiter, leveler on each channel, 4 band Parametric EQ with HP and LP 2nd order filters on each channel, no plug ins needed.
Check out Harrison Mixbus, BEST product support of ANY DAW!

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