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Here's an article from Loopmaster regarding Common Mistakes Made In The Recording Studio Link to original page - http://www.loopmasters.com/articles/2346-Common-Mistakes-Made-In-The-Recording-Studio Beginners make newbie recording mistakes, and it is up to those who know better to offer them some solid audio recording tips. But to some experienced sound engineers it’s not always so apparent what is easy to follow and what isn’t - like…
Here's an useful article from Loopmasters on how to get your mixes ready for mastering Link to original article - http://www.loopmasters.com/articles/1893-5-Common-Mixing-Mistakes-To-Avoid As a mastering engineer I hear a lot of mixes. Some are great and some really aren’t so great. While it’s now true that anyone can create a good mix with almost any gear it’s still easy to mess up…
Here's an article from Loopmasters on how to Improve Your Productions. Link to original article - http-www-loopmasters-com-articles-2031-10-ways-to-improve-your-production 1. LEARN ABOUT COMPRESSION TECHNIQUES A common mistake that prevents amateurs from getting a full sound is not filling the “box” that is volume, panning, and frequency. The typical dilemma is this: as more sounds are layered together, the audio may start to…
Feedback is probably the biggest fear for any live mixing engineer (there's a song in there), and here are 4 tips on helping you eliminate feedback before it happens and get you fired. 1. Make sure that you have gates on your toms and that they are set correctly, this will get rid of that nasty bottom-end feedback. 2. Using…
1. The number one tip for mixing drums I can give you is to compress, and to compress intelligently. For sharp, punchy kicks, put the attack time between 3-6ms and a short enough release that the compressor is able to return to full volume before the next hit. 2. If possible, it's always useful to have all the drums on…
In this short tutorial I want to get into Parallel Compression, which might sound hectic at first, but it’s actually quite an easy way to get your overall drums or even bass, guitars and vocals to sound larger than life. How it works is to create an Aux track (in Pro Tools or Logic, in Cubase you’ll need to create…
Whether you are recording vocals in your bedroom or in a professional recording studio, the concepts stay the same. The most important aspect that you would need to consider is your choices of microphone, if you are in the position to be able to experiment with different microphones, do so. The human voice is a very unique and dynamic instrument…
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