Joe Albano shares his years of mixing and production experience for beginner and intermediate level producers in this enlightening tutorial on the frequency ranges needed for EQ adjustments.
Working from home studios can mean some compromises when it comes to making noise. Here are 5 things to think about when mixing on headphones.
Eelke Kleijn, acclaimed Dutch producer, DJ, flim, trailer, commerical and video game composer is a technical whiz and gearhead. Here he shares 5 pro music production and sound design tips and tricks.
Discover what Softube's powerful Console 1 hardware and software system can bring to your setup with this in-depth video review.
This mixing technique can help you achieve a punchy but controlled sound without losing dynamic impact. Joe Albano shows you how it's done.
The Beat Community is offering you a chance to win Accusonus' intuitive beat-sculpting tool, Beatformer, for both desktop and iOS.
What is an audio bus, what does it do and how can it help your mixing workflow? Joe Albano explains all.
M/S processing is found on a range of software and hardware processors. But what is it used for? Joe Albano demystifies this sometimes misunderstood technique.
If you're after a more analog sound for your productions there are some specific types of gear you will want to look at. Joe Albano gives you the inside track...
A little master processing applied at the very end of the mixing process can make all the difference to your productions. Noah Pred shows you exactly why.
Equalizing the bass end of a mix can be tricky and there's plenty of scope for error. Here, Joe Albano shares his years of experience and shows you how to get it right.
iZotope's Neutron 3 is one of the most capable mixing tools ever created. Here, Joe Albano guides you through making the most of its intelligent features to get the best possible mix.
Neutron 3 from iZotope adds some headline new features including the automatic Mix Assistant and Sculptor, a secret sauce for mixing. Matt Vanacoro put it to the test.
Printing mixes to tape is a process that's still in regular use in studios, for the unique character it can impart to a mix. Here, Joe Albano shows you why it can be a good way to work.
Is there a single metering standard you should be using, and are the loudness wars really over? Find out in this quick video explainer from Joe Albano.