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.
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.
I hear this question a lot from new engineers. Those who are learning how to mix music to eventually make a living from it. Should you start out mixing for free? Should you ever work for free? Here are the three situations when you SHOULD consider mixing for free.
Are you learning to mix music? Watch this first. Find out what you should be learning before you can achieve a great mix.
Is your mix too loud? Every tweak you make or track you add inching you closer to that 0db mark? In this video, I’m going to share with you my three top tips on keeping your mixes at the right level to help you to avoid clipping.
Are you having issues with ‘muddy’ sounding mixes? The mixing tip that I’m going to show you today is one that completely changed my mixes for the better. When I first started mixing I was having real trouble with getting all the instruments to sound clear – particularly in the low end. Once I started using this technique, this all changed.
If you use plugins to mix audio, whether that’s for your music, spoken word or anything else, it’s essential that you use this technique. The technique is called level matching plugins. In this video, you’ll find out what it is, why you should be level matching plugins, and how to do it in your mixes.
Learning how to mix music can be overwhelming, I get it. There’s so much to learn and sometimes it can be difficult to even know where to start on a mix. There’s a huge amount of information out there, but it’s often disjointed and it… Read More »Learn Music Mixing in Half An Hour (2021)
Are you struggling with mixing backing vocals? Here are 3 simple tricks for you to help you to mix backing vocals like a pro!
You have your mix loaded up into your DAW. But you just can’t seem to get started. Or you’ve managed to get started, but it seems to be taking forever to get it to sound anywhere near a finished mix. I’m going to show you my 6-step process that you can use to approach your mixes. Knowing how to start a mix and having a logical, step-by-step process in your head before you start lets you get results faster, and stops you from becoming overwhelmed.