I keep coming across this problem in my mixes and mastering sessions, but I haven’t heard anyone talk about it. Get good at this, and it feels like having a super power.
Mixes not getting any better? If you can take the time to follow this advice, it works.
Stop doing ONE of these mistakes, and your mixes will improve instantly.
This is an easy trap to fall into, but it’s also easy to avoid.
Sometimes even the smallest changes to the chord progression can have a MASSIVE impact on the production.
Can you guess that sound?
HEY! I’ve got three producing tips for ya today.
If I could give you ONE piece of audio advice, this would be it.
I tried to create a note-for-note copy of a Johnny Cash tune. Here’s how it turned out, and here are the lessons I learned.
When using busses, do you adjust volume at the bus fader, the channel fader, or somewhere else?
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