Mixing Guitar

Becka, Kevin
July 2007
Mix;Jul2007, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p22
The article focuses on sound mixing with guitar. The use of reverberation is the best way to create ambience in sound production. It draws listener into a "bigger" space that is pleasing to the ear when set up properly. But sound engineers should keep in mind that if they have numerous, multilayered parts, variety is the spice of ambient life. INSETS: DEATH TO SQUEAKY;ADDING FLAVOR IN THE TRACKING ROOM;A SIDE OF COMPRESSION , PLEASE.


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