HOW TO MIX MUSIC

What is audio mixing? What is audio mixing?Audio mixing is the process of taking recorded tracks and blending them together. Tracks are blended using various processes such as EQ, Compression and Reverb.The goal of mixing…

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The Difference Between Mixing and Mastering.

If you’re not a mixing or mastering engineer, you probably have questions about how the two processes differ. The technical talk and knowledge of gear leave even the most experienced musicians feeling confused, so that…

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WHAT IS MASTERING?

Mastering, a form of audio post production, is the process of preparing and transferring recorded audio from a source containing the final mix to a data storage device (the master), the source from which all…

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5 Things You Need To Start a Home Studio

1- A Good Computer How to choose your computer for music production Your budget – As perhaps assumed, this is our first and foremost the biggest deciding factor. Although you don’t necessarily have to drop…

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Vocal Mixing Step-by-Step Guide

1- Get A Great Recording You NEED a good recording if you ever want to produce a good vocal mix. 2- Comp the Vocal Once you have an awesome recording, it’s time to sit down…

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The Only 5 Things to Think About When You’re Mixing

1. HOW TO BALANCE A MIX WITH VOLUME You can’t have your tracks all over the place. You can’t have all your instruments at the same volume either. Balancing the volume of your tracks is the…

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7 Simple Mixing Tips to Improve Your Tracks and Avoid Complications

1. MIX PREPARATION: USE GROUPS AND BUSSES When your first open your project, sort the tracks. If your tracks are in disorder, you’ll have trouble knowing which track you worked on, and you will waste time…

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