An Easy Way To Give Your Mix That ‘Big Studio’ Feel


Watch as Gobbler mentor Pete Dowsett (Abbey Road Institute) explains how you can use the LX480 on a channel insert to give the impression that your tracks were recorded in a larger room.

It’s not just drums and vocals that can benefit from sounding like they’re being recorded in a larger room.
Adding a sense of space can make every part of your song sound better, from the beat itself, to the lead guitars.

It can really give the impression that you’re in the room with the performer.

But achieving this kind of effect is challenging and isn’t usually an option for those of us who can’t afford to hire larger recording rooms.

An Easy Way To Give Your Mix That Big Studio Feel

In this video though, Pete Dowsett explains how you can use the LX480 on a channel insert to give the impression that your tracks were recorded in a larger room.

Once you’ve watched this video, you’ll know exactly how to add ambience to your track, you’ll also know how to select by instrument, and tweak the settings to fit exactly what you’re looking for.

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