When you’re learning how to mix audio, it’s easy to fall into a trap of seeking out the ‘correct’ answers to certain mixing problems like, “What EQ settings should I use for vocals?” “Which is the best reverb plugin?” or “What ratio should a compressor be set at?” But the truth is, you can’t learn how to mix in this way.
No one can answer these questions for you without hearing your recordings. And using this as the basis for your audio education will slow you down, and keep you from getting a full understanding of what makes a great mix.
In this video, you’ll learn three ways that you SHOULDN’T learn mixing. And you’ll then discover how to learn mixing the right way instead. This is essential viewing if you have just started learning how to mix audio. And also if you’ve been at it for a while, but are struggling to find training that helps you to grow your mixing skills.
Learn Music Mixing in Half An Hour