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I used to look forward at reading the SOS Rescues, but all it seems month after month, year after year, it is the same old adding Auralex foam to the walls.Quote:
How about showing songs where compressors, and EQ were perhaps not used best for certain tracks or 2 bus mix, and the lads at SOS give insightful tips on using comps on vocals, bass or EQ tips.
We do precisely that in the Mix Rescue articles, of course.Quote:
Another idea is how about working with someone who already has acoustic treatment in their studio and they want to go to the next level of controling sound in their setup.
You are correct about Mix Rescue, however Mike Senior does not go to the persons' studio, sees what type of compression ratio etc. is beign applied. If you went in someone's studio you could say I suggest using a soft knee instead, and reduce the ratio to 3.1. The reason we say that is your settings tend to do this, while by using these settings, it now sound less congested, etc. I think a hands on help with compression and EQ could be very helpful in a rescue.
Glenn, nice offer; can you share some photos of your studio here?