Most of us working in project studios, are mixing and producing in environments which are far from acoustically perfect, and having to deal with frequency peaks and nulls in different parts of a room are an unfortunate but unavoidable reality. 761 more words
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Really great guitar tone doesn’t need to cost thousands of pounds. For the genres of music I tend to work in (punk / emo / indie) where the guitar tones range from sparkling cleans to looser mid-higher gain distortion, there are a ton of 1970s built guitar amps that are comparatively very affordable, sound incredible and aremost often my first choice over more modern or more expensive amps. 388 more words
I worked on preliminary mixes for the last two tracks of the Airship album, today. They are “The View From Above” and “The Return”. “The View From Above” started out as a sketch and eventually turned into a full track. 200 more words
You should always reference your mixes in mono. Why? Check out three reasons below:
1. To check for phase issues.
If two or more of your tracks are out of phase with one another, the best way to hear it is by listening to them in mono. 494 more words