Vocal Mixing Tutorial: A Beginner’s Guide To Mixing Vocals In Cubase

Vocal Mixing Tutorial - A Beginner's Guide To Mixing Vocals In Cubase

One of the questions I frequently get these days is; “can you please do a tutorial about mixing vocals in Cubase …” So, this means that there’s a lot of people who still believe that mixing vocals with stock plugins is different from using third-party plugins. The last time I checked, 500Hz on a stock …

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How To Mix FAT Bass Guitar: Using Distortion To Fatten Up Bass Tracks

How To Mix FAT Bass Guitar: Using Distortion To Fatten Up Bass Tracks

Have you ever found yourself in a situation whereby you’ve mixed the bass the best way you know how but you still can’t get the bass to cut through the mix or translate well in all sound devices? In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to mix FAT bass guitar, you’ll learn how …

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Pre-Mastering Tips: Finalizing a Mix with Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain

pre-mastering - how to finalize a mix

In today’s tutorial I’ll be sharing some audio Pre-Mastering Tips that you can use to finalize a mix and get it ready for mastering. This is the final step you’ll need to do once you’re happy with how your instrumentation and vocals sound.You’ll need to do some Pre-Mastering if you feel like it can improve …

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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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