Sibilance is the very high frequency, harsh sound you often get when recording Sss or Shh sounds. Learn how to reduce sibilance in your audio recordings with any DAW!
In this video, you’re going to learn how to reduce echo in voice audio recordings. Reverb and echo in audio recordings come from sound waves of your voice bouncing off of the walls and other surfaces and back into the mic.
Learn how to remove clicks from audio in Audacity and any other DAW. That could be clicks from lip smacks, from recording issues – any sharp click in your audio fixed!
In this video, I’ll be explaining how to achieve stereo balance by using a technique called ‘complimentary panning’. You’ll see three real-world examples where I’ve used complimentary panning for a mix that’s not just balanced, but also stays interesting.
Get a behind the scenes look at a full mixing session in Pro Tools! You’re going to hear a quick before and after on a professional mix, then I’ll take you the process that I used to mix the song.
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.
So you’ve got your podcast recorded and now you want it to sound smooth and professional. In this video, I’m going to show you a couple of podcast vocal recordings and you’ll see how to use EQ and compression for podcast vocals to fix issues and generally make them sound great.
A de-esser is a plugin that solves the problem of sibilance in vocal recordings. And today you’re going to learn how to use a de-esser on vocals to remove sibilance!
What is multiband compression? Find out how this powerful mixing tool works, and how to use it in your mixes.
What is saturation in mixing? Find out what saturation is, how it works and how to use it in your mixes! he kind of saturation that your mix needs really depends on the result your after, and no two mixes are the same. But most mixes can benefit from added saturation to some degree.