5 Tips to Help You Manage Your Mix

Saleman, Buddy
December 2010
EQ;Dec2010, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p44
The article presents mixing techniques for sound editors in sound recording. Tips such as parallel compression, automating flange effects to image mono instruments, and beefing up one-offs by limiting the master bus are tackled. It also mentions that one need not to return a signal to the place where one would naturally bring it back.


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