A little planning can help you get up and running quickly with mix projects transferred from other DAWs.
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You can do so much more with noise gates and expanders than nix unwanted noise...
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Mono plug-ins in Pro Tools can be used on stereo and surround tracks. We explain why this is useful!
New features in Studio One 4 make it even easier to add interest to sequenced patterns.
Max For Live’s take on convolution reverb is a versatile sound design tool.
Having created the conditions for a successful mix last month, what can you do to fit your vocal in the mix?
Recording an acoustic guitar duo in two separate rooms means great separation, but a lot of work to make the different spaces sound alike!
Apple have reinvented Camel Audio’s CamelPhat as the flexible Phat FX in Logic Pro 10.4. We see what it can do.
Sound designer Walter Trarbach and Foley artist Mike Dobson tell us how they created the sound world for this unique musical adaptation of a hit cartoon.
As these vocal examples demonstrate, Cubase’s Macros enable you to streamline your workflow significantly and save yourself considerable time.
K‑pop is a truly global music style, and BTS’s successful assault on the US charts was led by a British mix engineer.
Noise Engineering’s modules have made the leap from Eurorack to Reason rack. We investigate...
Save time and screen space by combining multiple plug-ins into FX Chains in Cakewalk.
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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.