Here’s my follow-up video to yesterday’s round of ear training. If you haven’t checked out the audio clips there, you might want to do that before watching the video below.

Were you right? Wanna gloat?

Were you wrong? Wanna vent?

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  • It’s great to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same outdated rehashed information.I love seeing websites that understand the value of providing quality resource.

  • Cool video! I don’t have SSL eq plugin, but I’ll try to do something with plugins that I have. Thanks, Joe! I subscribed on your web site.

  • dand

    I was thinking the EQ was rather drastic, but it sounds great in the mix.

    These are really fun. Keep ’em coming 🙂

    • Exactly. If it sounds good in the mix, mission accomplished. I’m always amazed at how thin a vocal can sound solo’d, but then it sounds amazing in the mix. I think most of us start out trying to make everything sound good solo’d, at the expense of making the mix sound good.

  • Eric

    Good stuff!!!
    Once again, it proves that nothing beats proper use of an EQ!!!

  • At least I was in the ballpark w/ HPF & compression. Even if I can’t tell exactly what’s going on, with every one of these lessons and my own newb questions I’m gaining more confidence approaching mixing. Thanks again Joe.

    And yes, that song sounds great and I can’t wait to get the album!!

  • carlisle

    I can’t wait to get your album. sounds great!!!!

  • Wow, no hishekf boost, its suprising… yeah always cut than boost!:) Regarding HPF and comp, I was right only the release parameter missed.