Stereo Widening: 5 Tricks For Making Your Tracks Sound BIG and Wide

Stereo Widening: 5 Tricks for Making Your Tracks Sound BIG and Wide

In this tutorial, I want to share with you some of the best stereo widening tricks which will make your tracks sound BIG and Wide in a mix. One thing you definitely don’t want is to end up with a mix that sounds too narrow and thin, where every sound is coming out from the …

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How To Use Multiband Compression on Vocals (Like A Pro)

How to use Multiband Compression on Vocals

Today I’ll be talking about the most underused processing tool when it comes to mixing music. It is usually recommended for mastering or group channels. Yep, I’m talking about the multiband compressor and in this blog post I want to show you how to use multiband compression on vocals to help them sit well in …

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Sidechain Reverb: The Secret Reverb Trick All The Pros Use

sidechain reverb technique

I trust that you enjoyed my previous tutorial about gain staging. Today I’ll show you a secret reverb trick that all the Pros Use to get a clean and great sounding reverb sound. This trick is known as the sidechain reverb effect. Even though reverbs are great to put sounds in a certain space, create …

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Gain Staging: How to Set Levels Properly in Your DAW

gain staging

Welcome to today’s blog post where I’ll be talking about gain staging and how to set the levels properly in your DAW. For everyone who’s working in the digital domain, clipping is not an option. You have to avoid digital clipping by all means. This is why gain staging is very important. If you’re working …

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