Ask Joe #123 – Putting Your Mix Out of Its Misery

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Podcast (hsc-podcast): Play in new window | Download (27.5MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThis week I share with you some ways to finish your mixes without over-mixing (aka ruining) them. And in the Q&A section, I deal with topics like: how to deal with a client who talks too much which to buy… Read more »

Ask Joe #122 – New Intro Music (plus a surprise)

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Podcast (hsc-podcast): Play in new window | Download (27.5MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThis episode airs on the 2-year anniversary of the launch of Dueling Mixes. If you’ve never checked it out and would like a sneak peak, check this out: www.homestudiocorner.com/dm Also in this episode, you’ll get to hear the new intro… Read more »

Horse Shoes

If you wanted to learn how to shoe a horse, I’m not your guy. But I would put you in touch with someone who knows how to do it. Then two things would need to happen: That person would teach (demonstrate) the process to you. You would practice…a lot.

Mixing With Pink Noise – Does it Work?

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How I Dramatically Improved My Mixes Over the Last 5 Years

My mixes have gotten consistently better over the last 5 years. I established a habit five years ago. That habit has forced me to mix at least one song per month. Some months I mix more than that, but every month, without fail, I mix at least one song. And I haven’t missed once.

The Template Trick

When I sit down to mix an EP or an album, there are two things I aim for: I want to mix the project well, and I want to mix it efficiently. The two are not mutually exclusive, in fact, you could make the argument that a faster mix could indeed be a better mix.