Here is a really quick Multiband Compression tip for mixing guitars that can help your recorded guitars sit better in a mix. When a track is made up of more VST synths and less organic instruments it can be challenging to make a raw guitar part sit well in the sonic space.
Get that big 80s Snare Drum Sound
With 80s and 90s influences appearing more and more in music, here’s a quick tip to help you get that big 80s snare drum sound in your productions. In this lesson we are going to look at a more modern version of the big 80s snare.
Quickly check the low end of your mix
The Low End or Sub Bass region of your recodings is critical to getting a professional mix. It’s therefore important you’re able to quickly check the low end of your mix in your DAW.
Make your Mixes more Dynamic
Here is a quick mixing tip to help you add interest and make your mixes more dynamic using simple Automation. To quote Steve Duda ‘Music is a temporal experience’ and once of the most exciting things for the listener is hearing subtle elements changing over time.
How to Make Your Song Intros Better
The Intro of your song is your main opportunity to impact the listener. Here is a simple tip on how to make your song intros better using imaging. We are going to play with using stereo image to give the listener the feeling that the track explodes into life when the main section hits.