Sure, you can use your favorite EQ plugin to bring out those highs or cut out the muddiness in a track but using the right reverb is a great way to manipulate EQ. In most cases, the frequency response of reverb is anything but flat. Different plugins and presets will have widely… Read more »
The highest revered concert halls in the world have one thing (well four actually) in common – and that is their distinct reverberation properties. A warm, pleasing reverb that’s bigger than your average studio or live room but not that of a huge cathedral. The four reverberation properties are: A 2… Read more »
A neat trick I like to use for a starting point when setting the realease value on the compressor for my drum tracks, is to set the release value to the tempo of the song. You can do this on the track itself, or on a sidechained track. Go to http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calculator-bpmtempotime.htm… Read more »
How to get a ’65 Fender Twin Reverb Amplifier for under AU$100
One of the best and simplest techniques you can use to greatly improve your mixes is Reverse Mixing. Here’s how I approach…
Tips for getting a richer sound out of an overly bright acoustic guitar.
It only takes a few simple EQ tweaks get your guitar mix to sound wider.
Also works a treat with cello, violin and other instruments.
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