Compression is a tool used in mixing to even out the dynamics of certain instruments or tracks in a mix. This type of compression is called dynamic range compression.
Learn some mixing tips that will make your mix stand above the rest.
Preparing to enter the studio is almost as important as what your going to record. So I have some preperation tips that will help you get the most of your studio time.
Ever since the rise of DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) in recording we have had to learn about digital audio. How is digital audio different than analog? How is digital audio measured? How is analog signal generated in to digital audio? Why is it important to pick the correct measurements when recording? These are all questions that I had to learn about and will share.
Many people don't really know what audio mastering is. Of course you can do a quick search on what it is and what the process is, but too many people don't utilize this service like it should be used. Audio mastering is the last step in the recording process. The order usually goes pre production, recording of basic tracks, editing, overdubs, editing, mixing, then mastering. Mastering is the process of making your mixed tracks and making them sound like they belong in the same album.