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[Feature Article] Andrew Scheps talks compression, plug… - Mixing in Parallel (Part 2)
Welcome to Part 2 of our interview with renowned mix engineer Andrew Scheps. This time around, Scheps offers more details on his mixing techniques, and talks about why he transitioned away from his previous console-based setup and into mixing in the box.
[Feature Article] A/B Your Plug-Ins - Head-to-head comparisons of similar plug-ins will help you decide which one to use when
Between the plug-ins in your DAW, and others you may have purchased, you’re likely to have some duplicate functionality; that is, more than one reverb, compressor, EQ, etc. But when you choose to use one over another are you making an informed decision? Do you know how they differ from each other? One way to find out is by doing some simple A/B co…
[Feature Article] 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.
[Feature Article] 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.
[Feature Article] 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.
[Feature Article] Signal processing and effects plug-in… - 12 Quality Plug-ins for $100 or Less
Although top-of-the-line processor and effects plug-ins can be expensive, there are alternatives available that offer quality performance at budget-friendly prices. In this article, I’ll look at 12 such plug-ins, all costing $100 or less. I’ll cover signal processing and digital effects plug-ins in the following categories: reverb, delay, compress…
[Feature Article] Which Comes First? - A guide to mixing music - Part 25
Before we tackle the next major section of this series ─ dynamics ─ let's diverge briefly to take stock of where we are in the process, and cover an important issue involving effect-chain order.
[Feature Article] EQing Tools of the Trade - A guide to mixing music - Part 24
Now that we have analyzed EQing during mixdown, let's talk a bit about the tools capable of carrying out the task.
[Feature Article] A Matter of Perspective - A guide to mixing music - Part 23
In this week's installment, we'll continue our focus on EQing during mixdown, with some additional tips and advice.
[Feature Article] Trust Your Ears - A guide to mixing music - Part 22
To close this chapter dedicated to EQing during mixdown, I'll give you some tips and tricks that ought to help you adopt better habits.
[Tip] Amy Whinehouse Lead Vocal EQ on 'Unholy War' - by GaryNobleShow
UAD_Neve 1073 This is the equalizer setting for Amy Winehouse lead vocal on the song "Unholy War" produced by Salaam Remi @SaLaAMReMi mixed by me @garynobleshow from the "Back To Black" album. The 1073 ($249) is one of UAD's many Neve emulations. The GUI is an exact replica of the hardware and the sound is very close to the original. The 1073 c…