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Mixing & Mastering

  • Sound Design
    Making Sounds With ZebralettePreview
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    In this lesson I will show you how to make a short music piece using the Zebralette instrument in Ableton. After listening back to the song, I found that the mood and the sounds got a bit of earlier electric breaks feel, although it wasn't a conscious decision. I will program leads, pad, bass, and fx track for the composition.Read More…
  • Ableton Live
    FL Studio vs. Ableton Live - Battle of the Audio EnginesPrev img
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    In this article I will show you a rendering test with both FL Studio and Ableton Live and Suite DAWs to find out the truth about the mixing engines.Read More…
  • Mixing & Mastering
    Using Sound Plugins EffectivelyPrev image
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    In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use a number of different plugins, from Variety of Sound, for mixing purposes to make your finished work really stand out. They are not only useful tools, they are free.Read More…
  • Audio
    Space is the PlaceMain image
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    Introducing the Wavesfactory plug in, Trackspacer, this tutorial covers the basic functions and parameters of the program as well as demonstrate a unique application, of which there are countless.Read More…
  • Mixing & Mastering
    Converting Your Masters To MP3Soundtrackpro
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    In this tutorial I'll show you how to compress your masters ready to MP3. I'll cover a few different ways that give varying degrees of success, including exporting directly out of your DAW, using sound conversion apps, and using a codec toolbox manager.Read More…
  • Mixing & Mastering
    Mastering in the BoxMasteringinboxpreview2
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    I am pretty careful about the plugins I use when mastering, and keep things affordable. I thought it would be useful to show you what I use on my system when mastering in the box. I’ll show you how to master tracks using entirely in the box. I’ll use both stock and high end plug-ins.Read More…
  • Sound Design
    How to Create D# Fat from Armin and W&WPreview
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    In this tutorial I'll show you how to make a rough version of the intro block of "D# Fat" by Armin van Buuren and W&W.Read More…
  • Mixing & Mastering
    How to Peak Out a RoomPeak preview
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    Feedback is the bane of any audio engineer's existence. So learning how to smite it is a must for live sound. If feedback always seems to creep up on you, read on to be rid of it once and for all!Read More…
  • Mixing & Mastering
    Mastering DynamicsScreen%20shot%202014 06 05%20at%205.35.12%20pm
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    When mastering, you've got to find the right balance between dynamics and volume. You want your music to be up front without crushing the life out of it. In this tutorial we'll look at some tips and trips about mastering that deal with headroom, dynamics, and perceived loudness.Read More…
  • Mixing & Mastering
    Mixing Within the Soundstage Part 2: Reverb and DelayPhotodune 4753417 music background design xs
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    Knowing what kind of reverb and how much of it to add are key aspects of producing a professional sounding mix, that combines sonic richness with energy and punch. Reverb is, by definition, a means of adding space to sound, to give it context. It identifies the sound as having been played somewhere; a medium sized room, a cathedral, on a theatre stage or in a concert hall. Let's look at how adding reverb and delay can create a polished and professional sounding mix. Read More…
  • Mixing & Mastering
    How to Use Voxengo's SPAN: Part 2 Voxengo logo
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    If you thought Voxengo's SPAN was just for FFT metering think again!Read More…
  • Mixing & Mastering
    Mixing Within the Soundstage Part 1: EQPhotodune 4753417 music background design xs
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    Mixing any track to a professional standard is a craft that takes time and experience to master, as well as a good monitoring environment. A great mix will have energy, excitement, and the potential to make an immediate impact. But at a deeper level, it will feature details and a sonic richness that captivates the listener. Let's look at how to use EQ to enhance the impact of your mix.Read More…
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