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When Grammy-winning engineer Vance Powell has to track an entire record in a day, you can rest assured he has some tricks up his sleeve…
Successfully integrating dance and country music on Kylie Minogue’s latest album posed a new challenge to producer, songwriter and mix engineer Sky Adams.
Compressing dynamic vocal parts can be tricky with one compressor — so why not try using two?
Once you’ve recorded, edited and comped your vocals, a little careful prep work could pay real dividends when it comes to the mix.
This month’s Studio SOS challenge was to help a college music department get a better recorded drum sound.
The latest version of Reason introduces new Player devices and a big update for flagship synth Europa.
Inspired by Tony Visconti’s famous gated room mic technique on 'Heroes', we look at how Studio One’s FX Chains can be used to set up complex dynamic effects.
Begun as an experiment, ‘Sweet Dreams’ launched Eurythmics to international stardom and is still filling dancefloors to this day.
Playlists in Pro Tools are usually invaluable, but once in a while, they can trip you up.
Logic’s new Smart Tempo features can be useful when using third-party loops in your productions.
A combination of modern technology and skilled engineering has allowed Chicago’s landmark festival performance to be released, almost 50 years after it was taped.
Despite paying a studio to record and mix their album, Tommy Allen’s band weren’t keen on the result. Could our engineer do any better?
We see how crossfades can be used creatively and cosmetically in Live.
Sonar is dead, long live Cakewalk by Bandlab! We run through some of its top features.
A list of all articles that hold associated media files for June 2018 audio and video examples. You'll find links in the...
Our engineer works the mix to get a pop-funk track competing sonically with the likes of Jamiroquai.
The principles behind George Ezra’s second album sound simple: great songs, great vibe, and plenty of crunch. In practice, things got a bit more complicated...
We catch up with the new Packs in Live 10.