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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.

Mute The Guitars

Part 20 of 31 - Guitars are notorious for taking up massive amounts of headroom and sonic real estate. Open up your mix for a moment by...

Kick And Bass Sidechain

Part 11 of 31 - Are your kick drum and bass guitar fighting in the mix? This little trick might just help you get a bit of...

Vocal Delay Trick

Part 17 of 31 - In this video I show you a classic "trick" that I like to use on my lead vocals using a low pass...

Snare Drum Distortion

Part 9 of 31 - In an effort to help your snare cut through the mix without boosting with EQ, consider adding harmonic content with a distortion...

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...

Mixing With The Attack Principle

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Volume Fader EQ

Learn how to use Volume faders as EQ. Using Volume faders for mixing helps frequencies to play well together. Treat the volume faders as the first line...

Most Important Instrument

The use of an instrument while mixing, the mixer should start with the most important instrument. The instrument that drives the song arrangement and which truly relates...

Subgroups

This video explains how using subgroups (drum tracks, guitar or vocal tracks) for things like multi-tracked drums can give you more control over your mixing with minimal...

Compressing Bass Guitar

Part 11 of 31 - This video shows you how and why you would want to use compression on your bass guitar tracks. Even out the volume...