January 2004
Mix;Jan2004, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p66
Provides tips in creating in-ear remixes. Utilization of bright-sounding microphones; Application of vocal micophone with better rejection or reversing the phase of guitar line; Importance of rolling highpass.


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