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How NOT To Learn Mixing (And How To Learn Mixing Instead)

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.

What Is Saturation In Mixing? (Beginners Guide To Saturation)

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.

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The 3 Plugins Your Mix Bus Signal Chain Should Include

Before you start adding plugins onto every track in your mix, you should consider your mix bus signal chain first. Mix bus processing affects the mix as a whole. Making subtle tweaks across the whole mix before you start micromixing can help you make lots of progress very early on. It’s rewarding and will help to guide your decisions through the mix.

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How To Avoid Muddy Mixes (Mixing Tip Everyone Should Know)

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.

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Level Matching Plugins – Everyone Should Know This Mixing Tip

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.