Tony Ni from Soundtoys sits down with Editor In Chief Sam Inglis to discuss his mixing workflow and to explain how he uses core Soundtoys plug-ins to achieve his sound.
00:00 - Introduction
02:54 - 21 Plug-ins
05:44 - Workflow Tools
07:05 - Getting The Balance Right
11:24 - EQ And Saturation
21:22 - Parallel Processing The Drums
28:38 - Using Saturation On Vocals
35:07 - Adding And Automating Echo
47:06 - Getting Started With Soundtoys
Soundtoys - Biog
Based in Burlington, Vermont, USA, Soundtoys (formerly Wave Mechanics) was founded in 1996 by Ken Bogdanowicz, the DSP effects designer behind the legendary H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer and the DSP4000 line of hardware signal processors from Eventide. Soundtoys develops world-class, creative signal-processing software for audio production, mixing, and sound design.
Soundtoys distinguished users include Mike Dean, David Sitek, James Blake, Ariel Borujow, Jamie Lidell, Greg Wells, Dave Pensado, Tony Maserati, Tim Kelley, and Blake Mills.
Interviewer: Sam Inglis - Biog
Editor In Chief Sam Inglis has been with Sound On Sound for more than 20 years. He is a recording engineer, producer, songwriter and folk musician who studies the traditional songs of England and Scotland, and is the author of two books: Neil Young's Harvest (Bloomsbury, 2003) and Teach Yourself Songwriting (Hodder, 2006).
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