How to Use Dynamic EQ To Fix Harsh Vocals

How to Use Dynamic EQ To Fix Harsh Vocals

Having Trouble Getting With Harsh Vocals Not Sitting Properly In Your Mix? Here’s a simple way to tame those offending frequencies… Getting vocals to sit in a mix if often one of the most difficult stages of the entire mixing process. If you’re dealing with a harsh and bright vocal, sometimes you need some precision…

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EQ Tricks To Add Clarity To Bass

EQ Tricks To Add Clarity To Bass

Bass Overwhelming Your Tracks? Find Out To How To Keep It Under Control… There’s nothing more frustrating than having one part of your track that just sounds…off. You can have every other instrument sounding incredible. Every other part of the track going together perfectly. But if just one part isn’t right, then the whole thing can collapse.…

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How to Use Reverb To Create Wide Vocals

How to Use Reverb To Create Wide Vocals

Do you get frustrated trying to get vocals to go with the rest of your song? Getting vocals to fit properly into a mix is probably the hardest thing to do when making a great song. It’s easy to waste hours and hours trying to get it right… Try the easy way instead! In this…

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How To Use: Antares Mic Mod EFX

How To Use: Antares Mic Mod EFX

Want To Learn How To Use The Antares Mic Mod EFX? Here’s an in-depth tutorial on what the Mic Mod can do… Other than getting access to a complete collection of the most prized microphones of all time, chances are at one point or another, a recording situation will come up where you will need…

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How to Add “Air” To Your Vocals

How to Add “Air” To Your Vocals

Having Trouble Getting Your Vocal To Cut Through Your Mix? Here’s a simple way to add life to a dull sounding vocal track… Getting vocals to sit in a mix if often one of the most difficult stages of the entire mixing process. If you’re dealing with a dull and uninteresting vocal, sometimes you just…

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How To Add More Punch And Impact To Your Drums

How To Add More Punch And Impact To Your Drums

If you haven’t yet heard of “parallel compression” for drum mixing… Then this is your lucky day! Parallel compression is often the main trick during drum mixing to add punch and impact. Parallel compression simply means you mix an unprocessed ‘dry’, or lightly compressed track with a heavily compressed version of the exact same track…

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