In this video, I explain what Dynamic EQ is and demonstrate some great ways to use it in a mix. It's an excellent tool to help level out your tracks and make your mix sound more professional and smooth. I show how to use dynamic EQ to level out an acoustic guitar performance to make it fit in the mi
Monitor calibration and acoustic treatment is an expert field, and unfortunately, this leads to most of the information on the topic being overcomplicated, elitist and difficult to apply to your own room. In this video I try to condense the core concepts and give you clear advice which you can apply
In this video, I answer the 3 most common questions about mixing and mastering in headphones
1)Can you mix well in headphones and what are the pros and cons?
2)Which Ohm headphones should I use
3)Are Open or Closed-back headphones better for mixing and mastering
1) Listen to compression when all your tracks are playing, if you can't hear the other instruments and vocals it is usually a waste of time (unless you are highly experienced...in which case...why do you watch my videos!)
2) Often you need compression to make a vocal sound natural i
Multiband compression is a great tool to help you when mixing and it's best to have a good aim when using it. In this video, I will go through two examples of using multiband compression to fix some mix problems and really bring out the best in the audio.
In this tutorial, I am going to explore a more advanced mixing concept.
It's all about using an EQ which can split the Left and Right channel of the audio you are mixing so you can treat each side with a different EQ curve.
It's not something you will need to use often, but it can save a big
Organized in 3 parts, the very first attributes 39 practice sessions ranging from standard first notes to advanced solos.
Lesson 1s “HotLava,” and It is inspired by the song “Eruption” and other tunes by the American rock band Van Halen. The band’s...