Quick Mix Fixes

Weak electric guitars can seriously hinder the drive of a rock track, which relies on guitar energy for the vibe. We offer 4 tips for remedying this issue.

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Sometimes your snare will have much of that “boxy” character, detracting from its punch. We offer 3 steps to fix the issue and get your snare punching like it should.

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Ringing toms is a common resonance issue that arises due to physical wave interactions between the drumkit and the recording space. We offer 3 tips for remedying this issue.

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Resonant vocals can be unpleasant to listen to as they have harsh, piercing frequencies that stick out of the mix and distract from the song. We offer 3 tips on how to remedy this issue.

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When stacking electric guitars in the mix for a big, aggressive sound, muddiness can easily arise. We offer 4 tips for remedying this issue.

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Boxy vocals contain too much low frequency energy and lack the proper excitement needed to cut through the mix and command the song. We offer 3 tips on how to remedy this issue.

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Muddy kick drums are a common mixing issue, especially if you’re using drum samples. We offer 3 tips for remedying this issue.

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Drum overheads are sometimes recorded poorly and lack the excitement, energy and brightness needed to drive the mix forward. We offer 4 tips on how to remedy this issue.

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Thin acoustic guitars can be difficult to beef up while still keeping them sounding natural. We offer 3 tips for remedying this issue.

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Sometimes your snare doesn’t have enough of the full and impactful flavor you need for it to sit properly in the mix and carry weight. We offer 4 tips for remedying this issue.

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