The ghost of @mattgeorgiou plays guitar in my lounge.
Hope this is cool to post mate, let me know if not! 😉
Just working on a mix for @bearwitnessband adding some real air and microphone goodness to some DI tracks they recorded themselves, rather nicely too!
Going to sound pretty huge I think.
Interesting to hear the tone change in the room as the phone moves too, although no ambient mics this time.
A subtle reamping to get the mojo of my @seelectronics VR1 and scratchy punk mids of the @sontronics STC-1 using a cheekily modelled Marshall JMP 800. The perfect amp for this particular track, more than adequately modelled by @fenderamplification
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Render your processing before sending tracks off for mixing. Here’s a couple reasons why:
1) Not everyone uses the sane plugins; so even if you send an entire session, it is not guaranteed that that engineer will even have the same plugins.
2) Deliver the “sound” you want mixed.
Workshop with @salvaaddeo in Sardegna : quando le giornate si riempiono di positività amicizia e mille cose da imparare e condividere , thank you so much man ......!!!!
When exporting files for deliverables, it is a good practice to name your audio files in a way that makes sense to anyone and doesn’t include any of the added numbering they DAW creates for edits and/or takes.
Do you take the time to rename your audio files before exporting?
followers, fans, and supporters, i'm happy to announce that i have started a hip-hop group with my soul brother @ktb.313 . My plan for this year was to release a solo album. Life happens though, things change. I'm so greatful for the overwhelming support i've gotten from everyone about starting a group! much love to everyone supporting me. make sure to do yourself a favor and FOLLOW!!! @manmeetsbeat and @ktb.313 !!! MUSIC SOON. REAL SOON!
special thanks to @_luis_cazares for the photo
Mix translation is what we are after in the music world. As we are learning, one of the tried and true ways to check is to listen through multiple sources. -
I like these @beatsbydre Studio 3 because a lot of listeners have them.
What are some of the ways you like to reference your mixes?
Testing your gear to ensure it’s full functionality is something that should be done regularly but we often forget to do it because we’re busy working.
I myself am trying to get better with this and also running test on things in the down times.
Curious as so how a certain setup in a session will work? Or how low of a buffet size your system will function at? Run test to find out.
No amount of forums or other content can take the place if actually trying things for yourself (preferably when clients aren’t around).
Do you run test and perform checkups on your gear? If yes, how often. If no, why not?