Tricks of the Mix

Setting levels for compression and limiting is a vital part of the mastering process. How much is typical? How loud is too loud? Get valuable tips on how to maintain proper levels for effective mastering.

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New to the world of music production? This article will explain the various steps involved when making music and help you organize the process in your head.

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Why is limiting needed during mastering? What is the key to effective, tasteful limiting? And how much is too much? Don’t limit your skills by snoozing on these tips.

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What are the risks and rewards to processing your mix buss (or master channel) during a mix? Get tips on how to become a master of mix buss processing.

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Why compress during mastering? Is every compressor a mastering compressor? When is it best to cascade your compressors? Get tips on these questions and more.

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In this article, we’ll look at the top ten tips for applying equalization during mastering – the final stage music passes through before being released to the world.

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Learn what dynamic equalizers do, how they work, which problems they can solve, and how they’re different from both regular EQs and multiband compressors.

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Watch audio engineer Stella Gotshtein explain reverb and delay, the differences between them, and how they are used in music recording and mixing, on vocals, drums and other instruments.

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What is audio level compression, or dynamic range compression? How do compressors work and how can they give your music more focus and punch? Watch audio engineer Stella Gotshtein’s intro.

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Watch audio engineer Stella Gotshtein as she demonstrates what EQ is, why equalizers are used in recording and mixing, and what impact they can have on a piece of music.

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