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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.

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...

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...

Gating Drums

Part 5 of 31 - In this video I show you how to use gates and expanders to clean up your drum tracks, minimize microphone bleed, and...

Proper Gain Staging

Part 1 of 31 - In this video I show you how to properly setup your mix before you start dialing in on all those great sounds....

Phase Check Drums

Get punchy drum sound while recording multi track drums by making optimal phase relationship between the close drum mics and the overhead mics. When a track is...

The Mix EQ Check

Know about the “Mix EQ Check” tip. The main idea of the tip is the mixer should match the top and bottom of any mix with another...

The Fat Fader

Learn about a tip called “Fat Fader” which is actually a parallel compression technique to get a fatter kick, snare, and bass guitar sound all at the...

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...

Mastering With Stock Plugins: EQ

Know more about mastering with stock plug-ins. Mastering is not the magic answer for any crappy mix, it will not turn a bad mix into a good...

Mix Versions

Learn about the use of mix versions. Considering different mix versions is a good tip. Even though it’s possible to recall a mix at a moment’s notice...