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NoiseAsh Palmary Collection The Ultimate Production Toolkit for Musicians and Producers Poster

NoiseAsh Palmary Collection: The Ultimate Production Toolkit for Musicians and Producers

NoiseAsh Palmary Collection is the ultimate production toolkit for musicians and producers. This bundle set comes with a variety of excellent and useful plugins that make professional mixing and mastering easy. Every piece in this bundle has been crafted carefully to make your production process an easy and enjoyable experience. Palmary Collection has an intuitive…

Crazy Mixing Techniques for the Best Results

How to Mix Music: Crazy Mixing Techniques for the Best Results

If you’re serious about your music production, then you’ll want to make sure that your mixes sound as good as possible. This can be a difficult task, especially if you’re new to mixing. How to Mix Music One of the best ways to improve your mixing skills is to experiment with different techniques. This blog…

Automation in Audio Mixing The Benefits of Developed Changes to Effects Volume Pan and Other Parameters

Automation in Audio Mixing: The Benefits of Developed Changes to Effects, Volume, Pan and Other Parameters

Mix automation is the process of recording adjustments to parameters across the timeline of a mix. Automation can be applied to several parameters of your mix, but the most common are gain and effects. For example, you might automate the level of a kick drum so that it cuts through the mix during the chorus,…

The Loudness War 70 Years of Audio Confusion

The Loudness War in 2022: 70 Years of Audio Confusion

It was the late 1950s, and people were starting to take notice of something strange happening in the world of music. Record companies were starting to compete with each other to make their records louder and louder. This phenomenon became known as the Loudness War. In this blog post, we will explore the history of…

How to Fix Reverberant Voices Fast Salvaging Soupy Voices in Your

How to Fix Reverberant Voices Fast: Salvaging Soupy Voices in Your Mix

No one recording is ever perfect, and sometimes you have to work with what you’ve got. If you’re dealing with reverberant voices in your mix, don’t worry – there are ways to fix them. In this blog post, we will discuss how to salvage soupy voices and improve the quality of your recordings. With the…

8 Essential Stages in The Music Production Process

8 Essential Stages in The Music Production Process

8 Essential Stages in The Music Production Process It can help with your workflows and productivity when creating music. The same is true for all the musicians in the beginning stages who have to continue working on the same project. It makes one feel frustrated by having incomplete project files when they have spent hours…

Double Tracking Fake It Till You Make It

Double Tracking – Fake It Till You Make It: How to Add That ‘Record’ Sound to Your Vocals

There’s a reason why classic records have that certain sound – because they were made in a studio with expensive equipment. However, you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars to get that same sound in your recordings! This blog post will show you how to add the ‘record’ sound to your vocals using fake…

Dynamic EQ and Multiband Compressor The Mixing Tool You Didnt Know You Needed

Dynamic EQ and Multiband Compressor: The Mixing Tool You Didn’t Know You Needed

Mixing is hard. There’s no getting around it. But it’s also one of the most rewarding aspects of production, because when you get a mix right, it sounds amazing. However, getting to that perfect mix can be a challenge. One of the biggest problems in mixing is dealing with changes in volume. For example, sometimes…

How to Use Your De Esser Right

How to Use Your De-Esser Right

The harsh ‘ess’ sounds orators or singers can produce during a powerful delivery close to a microphone are well-known. Almost every vocal recording contains ‘ess’ noises, whether from a strong vocal delivery, bad recording, speech impediments, or simply many ‘ess’ words spoken together. Wind instruments and other musical instruments may also make piercing ‘s’ sounds….

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Why Mixing on Headphones is Better

Mixing on Headphones It’s an unwritten rule that music producers should ideally be using speakers to monitor their mix, as headphones don’t give a realistic soundstage and can fatigue your ears quickly. However, in some cases mixing on headphones is actually better than using monitors. In this video, Audio Plugin Deals (Affiliate Link) explains when…