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3 Ways To Make Your Mix Sound Full

Oct 12, 2019

If you find that your mixes always sound empty or aren't as full as they could be, I'll teach you how to make your song or sound effect, sound full in this mixing tutorial. The three main tips I'll talk about in this post are; How to use effect plugins like reverb and delay to fill empty space...

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How To Double Track Synths to Make a Wider Mix

Aug 30, 2019

If you're wondering how to get a wider mix, there's a technique called double tracking. This is where you take a sound, duplicate it, and route them to different mixer tracks. Then, you pan one to the far left, and the other to the far right. But, leaving it like this can lead you to an unwanted...

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How To Use Gain Staging To Get A Better Mix

Aug 01, 2019

If you're unsure about what gain staging is or why you should be doing it, this tutorial will teach you how to use gain staging to get a better mix. Stick around, because I'm going to be talking about what you can do in your DAW, as well as your plugins to properly set up gain staging.

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How To Mix And Master Video Game Music

Aug 01, 2019

Ever wonder how to mix and master video game music? This mixing and mastering tutorial is going to break down the basics of how it's done and some of the key things that are involved in this process. In the first section, we’ll go over mixing and after that, there will be a part about mastering.

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Mixing & Mastering