Readers Questions – January 2012

I keep receiving many great questions from you peeps through email, Facebook, Twitter and AIM. I do try to take the time to address each and every one personally.  From now on I will also be going through some of the questions anonymously here on the blog every once in a while, so that everyone […]

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Tune Up Your Room

A lot of people are willing to spend good money on monitoring but forget to work on the acoustics of their room.

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Headphone Magic

Mixing on headphones is a mixed bag (lol)…

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Isolate Speakers From Desk

If your monitor speakers are standing directly on the table, it’s time to sort this out.

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Cut Narrow, Boost Wide

This basic rule helps you to retain the natural characteristics of the sound when EQ:ing.

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The Oldest Tips in the Book

Obvious as it is, this week I am never the less talking about something that is a very important foundation for anyone working with computers.

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Get It Right at the Source

What do you get when you put shit into a reverb? Reverbed shit.

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Organic Interview With Resound

Recently I spoke to Organic about music production, our new album “Burning Shadows”, the pros and cons of collaboration and more..

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Make Full Use of Automation

You can automate most things in modern DAWs.

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Stop Using Presets to Mix

Using presets in mixing can be tempting but it’s important to realize every situation is different and there really are no “one size fits all” solutions.

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