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.
Matching the sound of your favourite commercial tracks can be easier than you think if you take the right approach to mastering. Matt Hepworth shows you how in this short video.
Analog gear never went away, and its popularity is on the rise again. So in a world of digital, why would you turn to the analog domain? Here are 5 good reasons...
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.
Saturation plug-ins can make a mix sound great when placed on the master channel. Olav Basoski shows you which are his favourites - both commercial and free, in this video.
The sound of analog gear is as popular as ever, but integrating it into your DAW setup might seem daunting. Not so, as Joe Albano explains in this handy guide.
Everyone has their preferred DAW, but when you strip out personal factors, what is each one actually best at? Matt Vanacoro breaks it down.
Neutron 3 can analyse your tracks and make intelligent adjustments to improve their sound and clarity. Here, Joe Alabano explains how it can help you get a better end result.
Mastering for all of today's media and streaming services can sometimes seem like a maze. Luckily, Joe Albano is on hand to guide you through it...
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.
Delay-based effects make up a wider range of processors than you might have thought. Here, Joe Albano explains which ones are included, how they work and how you should be using them.
Steinberg's flagship post production suite shares much DNA with Cubase but in many ways it's a very different beast. Here's why it should be on your shopping list.
Shift the timing of any audio part to create a looser or more urgent feel, all without touching a clip on the timeline. Mo Volans explains how.
Understanding the way your virtual mics are positioned will give you the power to completely control the way your audience experiences music. Matt Hepworth explains how.