Analog Mixing

Emulating the sound of an analog console is a very complicated process. It takes a lot of work to turn every behavior of the electronic components and their tolerance/variations over time into mathematical equations that the computer can use to process your audio signal. The audio software market has increasingly implemented solutions that emulate classic …

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Over time I am going to be detailing some of my favorite applications/settings on a wide variety of Sonimus plugins. I figure what better way to start than the plugin that first introduced me to Sonimus, SonEQ Pro. Combining the best aspects of a passive, inductor-based tube EQ with the best aspects of a parametric, …

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What is gain staging? Why is it important in modern recording and mixing? What is V.U. meter and how can they help during these processes? These questions are constantly being asked. There are thousands of comments on the Internet about gain staging. It’s often one of the topics that generate the most confusion, but trust me, …

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The new technology in audio recording and mixing is amazing. A new parade of plugins, consoles and outboard emulations appeared in the last few years to revolutionize the field and help us. Personally, what I like most from the modern audio recording process is the flexibility that it gives us. The chance to combine different …

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