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  • Tips for Repairing Bad Recordings

    The first and arguably most important step of the mixing stage is correcting issues that were caused while recording. With so much excitement and e...
  • 7 Things You Should Do Every Mix

    No two mixes are the same. Every track comes with its own unique problems, which require specific solutions. Even if you use the same plug-ins ever...
  • How to Get Great Sounds Fast

    How long do you typically spend on a mix? The amount of time probably varies from mix to mix, but the answer should always be the same: as little t...
  • Best Reference Track For All Genres

    Using a great sounding reference track is one of the best ways to help you create professional sounding music. It keeps your mixing and mastering f...
  • Where Should You Start Your Mix?

    Every engineer has their own personal preference of where to start a mix. There’s no right (or wrong) way to start a mix, but each method has pros ...
  • 7 Tips for EQing Effects

    Effects like reverb and delay are an essential part of any track. But it can be tricky to get them to sit right in the mix. In this blog, we’ll exp...
  • How To Jump To Your Reference Track Using A MIDI Controller

    When making music, you want to stay in your creative flow. Even so, i’s important to compare how your track is shaping up against a reference track...
  • How To Use Music From YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Music As A Reference Track

    As the music consumption model moves from ownership to streaming platforms, producers are left with fewer reference tracks in their library to chos...
  • Using Reference Tracks Whilst Mixing

    Why Use Reference Tracks? Reference tracks are used by producers and engineers at all stages of their careers. It’s a great way to make sure our m...
  • Why You Don't Need Fancy Plug-Ins to Get Great Mixes

    There are dozens of new plug-ins released every year that promise to add depth and analog warmth to your mixes. But it’s easy to get lost chasing t...
  • How To EQ A Vocal in 2020

    The earliest recording consoles had simple EQ controls for boosting or cutting high and low-end. But recording technology has grown so much over th...
  • How To Tell When Your Mix Is Finished

    One of the hardest parts of mixing is knowing when to stop. Most engineers have an innate desire to tweak things. It’s part of what makes us good a...