Mixing Music

How to Thicken Up Vocals

Easy Ways To Make Vocals Thick and Warm In A Mix

In this blog post, you'll learn my favorite vocal thickening techniques that you can use on any reputable DAW, Including FL Studio, Logic, Ableton, Cubase, etc.Fixing a thin vocal and getting it to sound thick is often a step-by-step process. Doing it this way can help you avoid messing with …

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Is It Hard To Learn How To Mix Music

Is It Hard To Learn How To Mix Music

Learning how to mix music was organic for me and a way to go to the next level in my music career.After graduating from music production school I was happy with the knowledge I got, the experience, and I was applying everything I learned. In school, we did learn mixing, …

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mixing vocal harmonies

Mixing Vocal Harmonies | Molding A Big & Full Vocal Sound

In this post, we’ll be looking at how one can make vocal harmonies sound big in a mix without causing clutter.I also used to struggle with getting harmonies to sound full and interesting. So, throughout my journey of learning to mix vocal harmonies, I found out that it’s not always …

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Mix Preparation Workflow (Finish Mixes FASTER)

In today’s blog post, I would like to share my mix preparation workflow that helps me finish all mixes a lot FASTER.A lot of music producers and musicians alike get overwhelmed by the mixing process. After spending countless hours making a song, it’s understandable why you may feel overwhelmed by …

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vocal mixing mistakes

Vocal Mixing Mistakes That Will Make Your Mixes Sound Amateur

Today’s blog post will be a quick look at the most common vocal mixing mistakes that beginner and intermediate engineers make.Most Common Vocal Mixing Mistakes You could be making one of these mistakes without even being aware that it’s a mistake, so make sure you check out the entire list.By …

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Parallel Compression on a Vocal

Parallel Compression on a Vocal | Hidden SECRETS!

For many engineers, when you say parallel compression they immediately think of drums or bass and never think about doing parallel compression on a vocal.This is a useful technique but it’s often poorly executed by beginner and intermediate engineers.I usually use parallel compression if I’m working on a bad recording …

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Learn How to Hear Compression in 5 Easy Steps

Learn How to Hear Compression in 5 Easy Steps

It is much easier to hear the reverb, EQ, or a delay effect and how those processing tools affect sounds.  But hearing compression is definitely a challenge for beginner mixing engineers.So, the goal of this post is to help you learn how to hear compression in 5 easy steps.The funny …

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Vocal De-Essing - How To Get Rid Of Sibilance In Vocals

Vocal De-Essing – How To Get Rid Of Sibilance In Vocals

The goal of today’s tutorial is mainly focused on helping you control sibilance sounds on a vocal recording without messing up the timbre or character.You'll learn vocal de-essing and how to get rid of sibilance in vocals.In essence, de-essers are just a 'regular' form of vocal compression triggered by sibilant …

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mixing music

Everything I Wish I Knew When I Started Mixing Music

In this blog post, I would like to share with you everything I wish I knew when I started mixing music.This list is going to help you make your learning curve much faster, save tons of money, and eliminate a lot of trial and error.I used to find mixing overwhelming …

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make your mix sound great everywhere

How to Make Your Mix Sound Great Everywhere

Today I’ll answer the most frequently asked question by beginner and intermediate mixing engineers, which is, how to make your mix sound great everywhere.When I was starting out I used to have the same problem, I would mix a song and it would sound great but fall flat when I …

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