Subtractive EQ

One of the most important mixing tool we often overlook is the “subtractive EQ”, which helps in cutting frequencies with your EQs rather than boosting. Boost ends...

EQ In Mono

Part 5 of 31 - Take the time to do most of your initial EQ work in mono. It will force you to get the right EQ...

The Pain Frequency

Learn about the Pain Frequency which is actually the upper-mid range frequency, and the main idea is to cut out the most problematic frequencies in mixing, especially...

Automate Subgroups

Automation is a great tool which allows the mixes to sound attractive. One great way to keep a mix dynamic is to automate using the subgroups. A...

The Minimal Verse

Want to make your mix sound attractive and captivating? Try muting stuffs in certain sections of a song which are really not important sections or try having...

Mixing Templates

Part 31 of 31 - Save yourself some time and effort by creating a mixing template of your commonly used tracks, plugins, and routing. It will help...

The Mixing Console Mindset

Mixing console mindset is where one can have an EQ and one compressor on every channel while mixing a track. The DAW can be treated like a...

Multiband Compression

Learn about “Multibrand Compression”. A great way to even out the lower end or even add more bass to the mix is done using a multiband compressor....

The Static Mix

Know about “Static Mix”. A static mix is simply creating the best possible mix you can if your tracks had to stay at one fixed volume and...

Reverse Mixing

Know about “Reverse mixing”.  As you wrap up your mix, ensure if you have the proper volume balance on your kick, snare, and vocals. After making the...