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You should always add a limiter for clients. Your mixes will thank you and your clients will thank you. We’re into week number 5 of my “30 Tips To Improve Your Mix” series and tip number 13. Something very simple but something which ensures your mix stands up when sent for review.
We’re taking a look at the benefits and pitfalls of using a high pass filter in part 12 of my “30 Tips To Improve Your Mix” series.
Today’s topic is Reverb Predelay for part 11 of my “30 Tips To Improve Your Mix” series. Specifically, we’re looking at how it can enable you to add space while maintaining an upfront feel.
In part 10 of my “30 Tips To Improve Your Mix” series, I would like to show you how important Notch EQ is for correcting issues at the start of your mix.
By the end of this video we will have covered off what Notch EQ is and how you can utilise it in your mixes.
We’re taking a look at the benefit of using a Mixing Template in your DAW in part 9 of my “30 Tips To Improve Your Mix” series.
I want to show you the varying levels in which you can take templates and give you an idea of how much time you can save by using them.
In Part 8 we’re looking at why you should Bus Kicks Together. This also applies to your top and bottom snare mics.
By the end of this video, we will have covered off why you might want to bus kicks together for processing and how to do this in your DAW.
We’re in to tutorial number 7 of my “30 Tips To Improve Your Mix” series and we are adding power to your drums through Parallel Compression.
By the end of this video, you will understand what parallel compression is and how to set this up in your DAW.
Part 6 is here of my “30 Tips To Improve Your Mix” series and I want to show you something so simple. Yet it can provide incredible results to the sound of your drums. If you’re not sure how to or even checking Drum Phase, then this video is for you!
Here’s video number 5 in my “30 tips to Improve Your Mix” series. This series contains a selection of tips which have helped me over the years become a professional mixer and this is a key piece of the puzzle which helped me significantly improve. In this tutorial we’re looking at the static mix.