Recording & Mixing news
- 06/23/17Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 133
Now that we've seen how to optimally make the final export of your mix, we can discuss a point often neglected by beginners: alternative exports.
- 06/16/17Hot news
The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 36
Today we'll continue exploring the close-miking of additional drum kit elements that aren't necessarily indispensable, like the toms.
- 06/11/17Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 132
Dear friends, believe it or not, our epic saga through the wonders of mixing is slowly approaching its end. Nevertheless, before we get to the final stop we still have to look into some details, starting with the export of your mix. This crucial stage might seem very easy at first glance, but there are some technical precautions you need to take...
- 05/28/17Hot news
The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 35
Today, we will continue the chapter dedicated to drums recording considering other close miked elements that aren't necessarily indispensable... It depends on the situation, as you will see. We'll begin with the hi-hat.
- 05/24/17Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 131
Today I'll try to answer a question seldom addressed on the web, but which nevertheless is crucial: how to know when to call it quits...?
- 05/23/17Hot news
The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 34
Last installment of our brief detour from the recording drums articles. Should you think about the drums from the listener's or the drummer's perspective? Keep on reading to find the answer...
- 05/16/17Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 130
In this installment I suggest yet another way to analyze your mix through the ears of other people. The principle this time is very simple: letting a bunch of people listen to your mix without them being aware of it.
- 05/14/17Hot news
The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 33
Today I'd like to discuss with you something that goes beyond drums recording strictly speaking. Actually, what we'll see has probably more to do with the mixdown stage, but I think it's nevertheless useful to discuss it here, too: panorama. In other words: should you think about the drums from the listener's or the drummer's perspective?
- 05/11/17Hot news
A guide to mixing music - Part 129
Last week we saw a listening method involving someone else, whose opinion we intentionally ignored. As useful as that approach might be, it doesn't spare you from having to actually consider the remarks and reactions of your Guinea pig, even if the person in question doesn't have anything to do with the professional music world. After all, your ...
- 05/08/17Hot news
The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 32
This time I invite you to review the current state of your drums recordings. And I'll begin with a consideration that goes beyond the instrument at hand...