Recording & Mixing news
- 08/07/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 99
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 begin with one of the most popular ones – Chorus.
- 07/24/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 98
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.
- 07/17/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 97
As promised, this week we'll see how to make the most of tape machine and console-emulating plug-ins.
- 07/10/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 96
This week we'll keep on discussing distortion by addressing plug-ins that emulate legendary tape machines and consoles.
- 07/05/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 95
Today you'll see how to put into practice everything you've learned so far about harmonic distortion.
- 06/25/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 94
This week we'll continue exploring harmonic distortion.
- 06/19/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 93
This time around, we'll focus on distortion.
- 06/12/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 92
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 emphasize the cohesion we've achieved so far.
- 06/05/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 91
To close the chapter dedicated to the use of delay during mixdown, we'll look into the relationship between reverb and delay.
- 05/30/16Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 90
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" stripped-down productions or songs with slow tempos.