Attention: Home Studio Owners Who Need Help With EQ…

FINALLY: Here’s Your Chance
to Discover How to Use EQ
to Cure Those Embarrassing Mixes

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]Dear Home Studio Owner, You’re reading this because you have a sneaky suspicion. You know that your mixes could be better. You also suspect that the answer to better mixes isn’t simply to “buy better plugins!” Sure, it sounds nice. Sure it helps plugin manufacturers sell their products. But it doesn’t address your core problem. Here’s what it looks like to buy a shiny new plugin: You hear so many pro engineers talk about how they use this plugin on all their mixes. So you think to yourself, “If they use it, and they make good mixes, then if I use it, I will make good mixes!” That’s like me saying I could hit the ball like Tiger Woods “if only” I had the same clubs he uses. There’s a disconnect. A problem with the logic.

It ain’t true.

The next thought that pops into your head is something like this: “Are you saying that a $900 EQ plugin isn’t any better than my stock EQ that came free with my recording software?” Nope. Not saying that at all. Just like I wouldn’t argue that a Toyota Corolla is better than a Bentley Continental. But if they’re both a stick-shift, and I don’t know how to drive stick, neither one of them is any good to me. In the same way, if you don’t know how to effectively use EQ to get the most out of your tracks, it won’t matter if you’re using stock EQ’s or EQ’s yanked directly out of Abbey Road Studios, the result will be the same. You’ll be grinding the gears, messing things up, and probably screaming at the tools. Oh, and your mixes won’t sound any better. You may not like what I’m telling you, but deep down you know I’m right. I know because I’ve been there. I’ve had those late nights. Way too many cups of coffee. Eyes burning. Teeth grinding. Almost to the point of tears from the sheer frustration of wrestling with a mix that refuses to come together. The more you tweak, the worse it sounds. Then you make a horrible decision. You open up iTunes and listen to your favorite album, and it sounds amazing. Full and rich. You switch back to your mix, and it sounds something has gone horribly wrong with your speakers. You check the cables and settings. “Nope, that’s just the way my mix sounds.” You start to wonder if you’re getting brain damage from all the times you bang your head on your desk. This was supposed to be fun. This was supposed to be a creative outlet. It feels more like a prison… Now for some good news…followed by some bad news. The good news is this: You absolutely CAN create amazing, jaw-dropping, friend-impressing mixes in a home recording studio. The bad news? It takes a lot of time to get there. Very few people set up their home studio on Sunday and have a chart-topping hit mix by the following weekend. Just like learning to play guitar, it takes time and practice. But there’s another variable you can add to the equation that can (in many cases) speed up the results considerably. What is it? Having a mentor. No, I’m not talking about weekly cups of coffee and long walks. I’m simply referring to following someone who’s gone before you. Someone who has figured a lot of this stuff out. Someone who can shorten your journey from frustrated and embarrassed to “holy smokes, did that mix come out of my studio?!”

What Goes Into a Good Mix?

Obviously there is no magic pill I could give you that would cure all your recording and mixing woes. There’s no single technique or trick that will save the day. Knowing how to use EQ well won’t solve every problem you’ll ever face in your studio. But NOT knowing how to use EQ — how to wield to to take your tracks from good to great — will absolutely prevent you from making the music you want to make in your studio.[/text_block]

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]Dear Home Studio Owner, You’re reading this because you have a sneaky suspicion. You know that your mixes could be better. You also suspect that the answer to better mixes isn’t simply to “buy better plugins!” Sure, it sounds nice. Sure it helps plugin manufacturers sell their products. But it doesn’t address your core problem. Here’s what it looks like to buy a shiny new plugin: You hear so many pro engineers talk about how they use this plugin on all their mixes. So you think to yourself, “If they use it, and they make good mixes, then if I use it, I will make good mixes!” That’s like me saying I could hit the ball like Tiger Woods “if only” I had the same clubs he uses. There’s a disconnect. A problem with the logic.

It ain’t true.

The next thought that pops into your head is something like this: “Are you saying that a $900 EQ plugin isn’t any better than my stock EQ that came free with my recording software?” Nope. Not saying that at all. Just like I wouldn’t argue that a Toyota Corolla is better than a Bentley Continental. But if they’re both a stick-shift, and I don’t know how to drive stick, neither one of them is any good to me. In the same way, if you don’t know how to effectively use EQ to get the most out of your tracks, it won’t matter if you’re using stock EQ’s or EQ’s yanked directly out of Abbey Road Studios, the result will be the same. You’ll be grinding the gears, messing things up, and probably screaming at the tools. Oh, and your mixes won’t sound any better. You may not like what I’m telling you, but deep down you know I’m right. I know because I’ve been there. I’ve had those late nights. Way too many cups of coffee. Eyes burning. Teeth grinding. Almost to the point of tears from the sheer frustration of wrestling with a mix that refuses to come together. The more you tweak, the worse it sounds. Then you make a horrible decision. You open up iTunes and listen to your favorite album, and it sounds amazing. Full and rich. You switch back to your mix, and it sounds something has gone horribly wrong with your speakers. You check the cables and settings. “Nope, that’s just the way my mix sounds.” You start to wonder if you’re getting brain damage from all the times you bang your head on your desk. This was supposed to be fun. This was supposed to be a creative outlet. It feels more like a prison… Now for some good news…followed by some bad news. The good news is this: You absolutely CAN create amazing, jaw-dropping, friend-impressing mixes in a home recording studio. The bad news? It takes a lot of time to get there. Very few people set up their home studio on Sunday and have a chart-topping hit mix by the following weekend. Just like learning to play guitar, it takes time and practice. But there’s another variable you can add to the equation that can (in many cases) speed up the results considerably. What is it? Having a mentor. No, I’m not talking about weekly cups of coffee and long walks. I’m simply referring to following someone who’s gone before you. Someone who has figured a lot of this stuff out. Someone who can shorten your journey from frustrated and embarrassed to “holy smokes, did that mix come out of my studio?!”

What Goes Into a Good Mix?

Obviously there is no magic pill I could give you that would cure all your recording and mixing woes. There’s no single technique or trick that will save the day. Knowing how to use EQ well won’t solve every problem you’ll ever face in your studio. But NOT knowing how to use EQ — how to wield to to take your tracks from good to great — will absolutely prevent you from making the music you want to make in your studio.[/text_block]

  • Are you tired of creating muddy mixes that sound halfway decent in your studio but horrible in your car?
  • Are you tired of creating muddy mixes that sound halfway decent in your studio but horrible in your car?
  • Are you tired of mixes that are so harsh that you avoid listening to them on earbuds because it hurts too much?
  • Are you tired of being unable to clearly hear each instrument in a mix?
  • Are you sick of wasting time recording great tracks, only to have them be lost in a jumbled mess of sound?
  • Are you tired of the constant guesswork and frustration that currently describes your mix sessions, of using EQ at random, hoping it will fix the problems, rather than using it with purpose and CONFIDENCE, knowing you can get the sounds you want…at will?
  • Do you wish you could play your latest mixes for your friends and family without having to give a bunch of disclaimers, without having that pit in your stomach and the rush of embarrassment that comes from letting others hear your work?
  • Do you truly want to believe that you can create good mixes using the tools you own RIGHT NOW, you just need someone to show you how?
  • Are you tired of creating muddy mixes that sound halfway decent in your studio but horrible in your car?
  • Are you tired of mixes that are so harsh that you avoid listening to them on earbuds because it hurts too much?
  • Are you tired of being unable to clearly hear each instrument in a mix?
  • Are you sick of wasting time recording great tracks, only to have them be lost in a jumbled mess of sound?
  • Are you tired of the constant guesswork and frustration that currently describes your mix sessions, of using EQ at random, hoping it will fix the problems, rather than using it with purpose and CONFIDENCE, knowing you can get the sounds you want…at will?
  • Do you wish you could play your latest mixes for your friends and family without having to give a bunch of disclaimers, without having that pit in your stomach and the rush of embarrassment that comes from letting others hear your work?
  • Do you truly want to believe that you can create good mixes using the tools you own RIGHT NOW, you just need someone to show you how?

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