Mixing Piano

Becka, Kevin
November 2007
Mix;Nov2007, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p24
The article provides information on mixing piano. According to the author, in mixing piano, a mixer needs creativity and the input of the production team as a guide. The author adds that panning is a good initiative in crafting the track, while compression, can be used in leveling the volume of the piano. Furthermore, the author said that musical style and arrangement shape are the choices in making reverb decisions. Other information related to mixing piano are also included. INSETS: BEFORE YOU MIX;POWER TIP;TROUBLESHOOTER.


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