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By Taylor Chambers Preparation – The things often forgotten. Preparation is key! Before jumping into the vocal mixing processes, you can assist in making this process easier for yourself (and everybody involved), if you take the following factors into consideration as it will ensure optimum results. You won’t only get quicker results, but better-quality results.
By: LIC. EZEQUIEL MORFI | TITANIO General CONCEPTS Much has been said about DITHERING and the purposes of its implementation. While some of the statements are indeed true, often times the analogies or other means of illustration for what really goes on behind the scenes end up forming the actual definition and conception that engineers
BY Matt Greco It’s tough in a lot of modern pop music to find space especially as productions grow larger in what seems like a never-ending quest. I’m all about a big beautiful production but instead of adding more instruments or vocals, how about stripping things down? I know this isn’t a new idea but
BY MATT SIM There’s plenty of information out there online for producers and engineers about audio mixing. But the majority of them are quite misleading. Like everyone else, I used to go through all the magazines, blogs, articles and youtube videos when I was young, trying to pick up all the “tricks” I can get
by Juan Pablo Calvo Mixing is an art form, and as in all art forms, it requires a specific space. A frame of mind and for you to be in touch with the creative part of your brain, which means removing all the obstacles that prevent you from achieving those requirements. In a mixing project,
INTRO First of all, let me start by letting you know this review wasn’t an easy one. Not because the EQ plugin didn’t live up to it but totally the opposite. It opened back so many windows that I can only open when working with analog gear, it was truly an amazing feeling. The SonEQ Pro
“… There are often people saying things about the pros of analog outboard gear sound compared to audio plugins, but the fact is that we can’t say which one is better. The duties are the same but the way they affect the sound is just different and Satson CS does the job with its unique
Satson Channel Strip 1.1 Updated May-2019 Added: Undo/Redo, parameter change, module add, move and delete. (sidenav menu). Added: Custom default state, now you can save default rack settings: modules, order, default parameters, etc (preset bar menu). Added: Stereo settings for compressor, Stereo Link (default in 1.0), Dual Mono, Mono.