Wondering how to get your guitars to cut through the mix better... or even fit in better? Rich Tozzoli shares these tips on how to remove the low end to make everything sound better.
If you want to compress different frequencies of an audio signal you'll want to use a multiband compressor. Joe Albano explains the how and shows practical examples of multiband compression in action.
In part 5 of 5, veteran rocker and music technologist, Joe Albano, examines how best to treat lead and background vocals when mixing your next rock anthem.
In this 5-part series, veteran rocker and music technologist, Joe Albano, takes you through the stages for mixing rock music. Part one focuses on mixing rock drums and percussion.
Logic Pro's Gain plug-in is more than the one trick pony its name suggests. Jay Asher shares how useful it can be when mixing for pass inversion, balancing signals and more.
Make your beats bigger, your basses fatter, your pads super-sized and your textures... well, even more textured(!) with this excellent tutorial on layering instruments in FL Studio by Gary Hiebner.
We've shared tons of excellent tips to help you mix better over the past few months'¦ now here are 5 things you need to avoid doing when mixing, specifically with your mixing faders.
From working with sub mixes to making the EQ less fiddly to work with, these top mixing tips for Reason users by Hollin Jones will help save you time and make the process more satisfying.
Are you looking to infuse your Logic Pro tracks with an abundance of energy, power and emotion? Mo Volans shows you how it's done with this great collection of tips.
The newest DAW on the block, Bitwig Studio, has some nifty features and effects to help you take your tracks through the mixing process. Mo Volans shares ten top tips for the mixing stage.
If you want to take your mixes to the next level and are willing to put in a little time and effort, automation instead of compression is going to give you the edge you've been looking for.
Finding it hard to tame the sounds in your mix? Hitting your head against a sonic brick wall? Here's some timely advice from Paul Wickliffe on using de-essers, side chain limiters and more to help.
You might not think that recording and mixing the soothing sounds of Tibetan bowls will present much of challenge'¦ Lynda Arnold explains how to take the stress out of it in this insightful article.
The tools for authentic sounding orchestras are here. But, that automatically make your string sections sound good! Jay Asher shares six tips to help make your orchestral compositions unique.
Latency is part & parcel of everyday life when recording and mixing in our DAWs. Joe Albano gives a thorough tour of what latency is and the different ways to reduce its impact when monitoring.