Reverb or delay first in the signal chain when mixing? And does it even make a difference? You’ll find out in this video!
Struggling with muddy/messy reverbs that are holding your mixes back rather than moving them forward? In this video, find out how to get clean reverb and avoid muddy mixes.
In this beginners guide to delay, I’m going to show you where to start with delay in your mixes. Delay can be a powerful mixing tool when used correctly, but it can be tricky to get it to sit in the mix and to not make your mix messy. I’m going to explain and demonstrate delay for you and show you how to use it in a mix.
In this video, I’m going to show you where to start with compression in your mixes. Compression can be one of the hardest things to get your head around when learning how to mix and knowing where to start with it, but, along with EQ, is one of the most important. I’m going to demystify compression for you and explain how to use it in a mix.
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!
Find out how to prepare your mixes for mastering in 4 steps. Whether you’ve mixed your music yourself, or you’re mixing for a client, this is how you can best prepare so that your mastering engineer (or yourself if you’re mastering it yourself) has everything they need so you can get your master back sooner.
Find out how to prepare your tracks for mixing in 7 steps. You don’t want the mixer to be delayed, to miss anything off of your song, to include something that shouldn’t be there or to not get the sound that you’re after. By properly preparing, you’ll get a better mix out of it, and you won’t be delayed in getting your hands on the final product.
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.
Find out how to mix guitar in Audacity. I go over 4 techniques that you can use to enhance the sound of your recorded guitars in Audacity. Listen to the before and after at the end. It really makes a difference! Ultimately, you should be aiming to get the best quality recording possible to begin with. But sometimes, that isn’t possible. And even if you have captured a high-quality recording, it may benefit from a little polish.