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Recording Revolution

This is another great educator, Graham Cochrane, from Recording Revolution. If my mix sounds dull, or is lacking clarity, he always gives me the hint what to do to make it better.

Buss Mixing

Part 8 of 31 - Want to save CPU power and still get a great mix? Welcome to the idea of mixing on the group buss level...

Reverb Glue

Part 22 of 31 - One way to quickly take your disjointed home recorded tracks and give them a sense of unity and cohesion is to run...

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...

Room Mic Compression

This video is about mixing sound with the sound microphone. He takes the room mic and mixes it with his other tracks from the drums. He compresses...

Stacking Compressors

Compressors are stacked for boosting vocals to get consistent volume or an upfront vocal sound. Instead of slamming a single compressor, stacking 2 or more compressors together...

Mix Delay Into Reverb

This is a great tip for mixing delay using reverb plug-in if you are looking for a different sound, depth and space in the vocal. This tip...

Dynamic Delay

Part 20 of 31 - In order to get that perfect lead vocal delay sound, you need a delay that rings out beautifully when the singer cuts...

Mono Vocal Delay

A tip called “Mono vocal delay” is used when sometimes a stereo delay only gets lost in a dense mix. Creating a mono aux or mono bus...

Depth With EQ

Learn how to create some depth in a mix using EQ? Depth is a 3-dimentional element used to create space in a mix. Depth means when a...

Compress Drums Quietly

Compressor is a very crucial part of a DAW and is a super helpful tool which enables you to compress any instrument. Drums could be compressed by...