The reason why your mixes sound muddy and boomy

The Reason Why Your Mixes Sound Muddy and Boomy

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  The Reason Why Your Mixes SoundMuddy and Boomy   Are your mixes sounding muddy, boomy and somehow unprofessional when you compare them to professional mixes? My mixes sounded like that for a long time. They sounded good as I was mixing them, but when I compared my mixes to songs that I like, something […]

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vocal microphone comparison

Vocal Microphone Comparison: 29€ Mic VS 400€ Mic

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  Vocal Microphone Comparison: 29€ Mic VS 400€ Mic   What’s the difference between cheap and expensive mics? In this video I want to demonstrate how exactly 29€ mic differs from 400€ mic. The other one is almost 14 times more expensive. Mics in this vocal microphone comparison are t.bone SC 300 and Shure SM7B. The […]

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vocal compression

Vocal Compression – Settings That Actually Work

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  Vocal Compression– Settings That Actually Work   Vocals are super dynamic source of sound. This means that they have both quiet and loud parts. For this reason the vocals seem to get buried in the mix here and there. The loud parts you can hear fine, but the quieter parts get lost. This is […]

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Vocal EQ

Vocal EQ – Four Steps to Professional Vocals

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  Vocal EQ – Four Steps to Professional Vocals Vocals are probably the most important element in music. At least it’s the one people tend to focus on wether we want it or not. For this reason, recording and mixing vocals can’t be stressed enough. Mixing vocals (like basically anything else) starts with EQ. What […]

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How to approach mixing midi drums

How to Approach Mixing Midi Drums?

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  How to Approach Mixing Midi Drums? Midi drums are the savior of home studios. No need to record real drums in a real space or deal with all the mics, pre-amps, cables. However, when the time comes to actually mix the midi drums – what do you do? How do you approach mixing midi […]

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