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Team SOS travel to deepest, darkest Cornwall, where they encounter some troublesome low frequencies and tackle a few common mix quandaries.
Mix engineer David Wrench has the rare ability to bring discipline to experimental projects, without losing their leftfield qualities.
Max Farrar: we take on a well–crafted contemporary pop tune with a massive number of tracks, and create two different mixes.
For this ambitious project, John Crossley had a full live band play through a 16-speaker system, to create an immersive performance.
This month's tracks from Clean Bandit, Oliver Heldens, Meghan Trainor, Barbra Streisand and our Classic Mix Bill Haley & His Comets Rock Around The Clock.
Following last months workshop on dub mixing, we talk to living legend Mad Professor, a world-class exponent of this music genre.
This month we sort out timing issues for a band called Exhibit-1, replace missing snare beats, as well as improving the rest of the mix.
To avoid newsstand buyers of the magazine from having to key in long URLs by hand, here are the links to the various MP3 files that accompany the AUGUST 2007 instalment of Mix Rescue.
Second-hand tape recorders are cheap and can provide uniquely warm, organic delay effects. Best of all, its a piece of cake to integrate them into a digital mixing setup. We tell you how...
In 1976, in the face of deteriorating personal relationships and massive record company pressure, Fleetwood Mac managed to create a record that would go on to sell 30 million copies.
Businesses are using music in ever more sophisticated ways to promote their products and reinforce their identities. Tena Clarks DMI Music leads the field in finding original ways to integrate music into marketing campaigns.
They form the foundation of most bands, but getting them right can be tricky. We explore the many ways to deal with bass guitars on stage.
Engineer Brian Humphries tells the story of recording Pink Floyd’s nine-part lamentation to their lost colleague, Syd Barrett.
Forty years on, one of the most famous tours in history is now the basis of an epic live album.
In search of reality, Leonard Cohen convinced his producer Patrick Leonard to abandon his hang-ups about using sampled instruments.
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Alex Kamburov: We coax different sounds from identical guitar recording setups and try to inject some attitude into a ‘70s rock track.
We examine the production of some recent hits to help you brush up on your listening skills.
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