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Making a Mix Sound Bigger With Fewer Tracks

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

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5 COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS IN AUDIO MIXING

5 common misconceptions that engineers & producers have

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

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Mixing Tips

6 Mixing Tips for Putting yourself in the right headspace

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,

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SonEQ Pro Review

SONEQ Pro reviewed by Ignacio Molino

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

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Satson Channel Strip – SOS Review

“…The compressor module is a ‘colorful’ one, adding harmonics as the gain reduction is increased…The four EQ bands have ±15dB gain with variable-Q bell curves, and the low and high bands can also be switched to shelving mode…”+ Read the review →

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Satson Channel Strip – MUSIXON Review

“… 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

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Satson CS

Satson Channel Strip – Changelog

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.

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Satson CS

Satson Channel Strip Released

Satson Channel Strip is a great option for processing individual mix elements and sub-groups, as well as producing end-to-end mixes. These modules can be re-arranged via drag and drop, giving you control of the signal path in an intuitive way. Key Features The best option for processing individual mix elements and sub-groups, as well as producing

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Compressors: Pump and… Breathe!

Introduction When I choose a processor to be applied to my audio signal, I always ask myself this question: Do I want this machine to do its duty in an “invisible” way (that is, in the final result not to notice the application of the machine), or do I want this machine to “put a

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SONIMUS NEWS

SONIMUS REVIEWS

Sonimus is the result of passion for making it easy to achieve the best sound quality.

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 …

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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, …

6 Mixing Tips for Putting yourself in the right headspace Read More »

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 …

SONEQ Pro reviewed by Ignacio Molino Read More »

“…The compressor module is a ‘colorful’ one, adding harmonics as the gain reduction is increased…The four EQ bands have ±15dB gain with variable-Q bell curves, and the low and high bands can also be switched to shelving mode…”+ Read the review →

“… 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 – MUSIXON Review Read More »

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.

Satson Channel Strip is a great option for processing individual mix elements and sub-groups, as well as producing end-to-end mixes. These modules can be re-arranged via drag and drop, giving you control of the signal path in an intuitive way. Key Features The best option for processing individual mix elements and sub-groups, as well as producing …

Satson Channel Strip Released Read More »

Introduction When I choose a processor to be applied to my audio signal, I always ask myself this question: Do I want this machine to do its duty in an “invisible” way (that is, in the final result not to notice the application of the machine), or do I want this machine to “put a …

Compressors: Pump and… Breathe! Read More »

Nowadays, all home audio systems are in stereo. It means that the sound comes through two speakers: Left and Right. Long time ago, music was listened to in mono-systems, in other words: through only one speaker. Then, stereo systems were created, but they were not used properly at the time. Planning the panning In Panning, …

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In this article, with the extraordinary support of Fernando Cubillos, we will explain the masking principle and some tips to avoid this problem that make your mixes sound like a war of sounds fighting each others, getting an amateur and muddy results. Introduction to Frequency Masking A higher-amplitude frequency masks a similar lower-amplitude frequency. This …

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