Here’s a review of what I have found to be the best bus compressor plugins. I use these guys all the time on my mix bus – or the master bus – however you wanna call it. [Read more…] about The Best Bus Compressor Plugins
In this blog post I’m showing you a bunch of saturation plugins that I absolutely love. I will also talk about the different ways I use saturation and how each of the plugins ties into that. I’ve also created short videos of each plugin and embedded them into this post. This way you can see and hear it all in action.
I’ve been steadily improving my mix bus skills and setup in the past few years.
I wanted to share with you a little bit of my thought process as well as show you some of my favourite plugins.
Whether I’m working on one of my own tracks or doing mixing work for a client, these are the tools that are seeing action on my mix bus at the moment.
I’ve used many different DAWs in my 20 years of making electronic music.
These days I mainly use two different ones: Ableton Live and Pro Tools. It often confuses people to hear I am actually using both DAWs to work on the same piece of music.
I get asked about why and how I do that sometimes, so here’s a few words about the process (thanks to Matt for bringing it up last week).
The Softube Console 1 has greatly intrigued me ever since it first came out in early 2014.
Part of the fun in making music for me is honing my workflow and experimenting with different tools and processes.
The Console 1 is a new generation mixer that combines hands on workflow and analog modeled sound with software that integrates neatly into your DAW.
How would the Console 1 work for an electronic music geek like myself? I decided to jump in and find out. [Read more…] about Softube Console 1 Review – Analog Workflow in Digital Domain