mixing strings

Becka, Kevin
September 2007
Mix;Sep2007, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p22
The article offers guidelines to sound engineers on how to overcome unique mixing challenges presented by a popular music setting which requires stringed instruments. These challenges involve the building of "sections" with one player and audible click tracks. Techniques for employing creative reverb tweaks to provide the stringed instruments their own ambient identity are discussed. INSETS: USING "A, T & T" TO INDIVIDUALIZE LAYERED PARTS;CUSTOMIZING STRING REVERB;WAITER, THERE'S A CLICK IN MY RECORDING.


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