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  • 10 Home Studio Production, Mixing & Mastering Tips - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    23:57

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    So often these days we are writing and producing tracks as we go.

    There’s nothing wrong with that at all and in many ways it mirrors what a lot of great bands did to create some of the most amazing albums of all time!

    Today I’d like to examine one song I wrote (with the Artist), produced, played most of the instruments and mixed at my own studio.

    The song is ‘Shoot You Down’ by Little Empire.


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  • Home Mastering Tips - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    15:31

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    Warren discusses the importance of mastering and shows some tips for a quick DIY master

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  • Top 10 MIXING TIPS I do on every mix!

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    1. phase align multiple mics (1:37)
    2. phase align snare and overheads (4:27)
    3. The Tom Trick (Aix Dsp mult-band gate) (6:46)
    4. reducing snare bleed in the overheads (10:32)
    5. EQ excessive low end and high end out of reverb (13:46)
    6. creating a separate low and high control from the same source (17:40)
    7. Panning guitar reverbs opposite of the source (21:29)
    8. Using dynamic delays and reverbs (23:38)
    9. Using distortion and saturation (27:32)
    10. Use multiple reverbs and delays (31:40)

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  • Top 5 Mixing Mistakes In The Home Studio - TheRecordingRevolution.com

    19:41

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    Having mixed in a variety of studios for over 15 years and having taught tens of thousands of students how to mix I've seen all the common mistakes people make.

    Today I'm going to reveal the top 5 mixing mistakes I see in the home studio and show you how to get a better mix simply by avoiding them.

    No matter what DAW you use to record and mix with, or what kind of music you work on, avoiding these mistakes will help you take a good mix and turn it into a great one!

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  • Top 5 Mixing Mistakes No One Talks About

    24:41

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    1.EQ with your Ears NOT your Eyes!

    Always make EQ moves based on what you hear first, not what you see! Using EQs with Frequency Analysers can be such a rewarding thing when you’re looking for a frequency that’s bothering you, but relying on visual cues alone to make EQ adjustments will not give you great results. Just because there’s a peak doesn’t mean it has to be removed, that might the inherent characteristic of the instrument. When you hear something that bothers you and you need a visual cue to find it then a frequency analyzer is an amazing tool!

    2.You Don’t Need to Compress Everything

    Not everything needs to be compressed! So many virtual sounds, fat synth sounds and of course very heavy guitars will not benefit from compression and often sound much smaller with added compression. Live drums give you a wealth of not only different dynamics and uneven EQ based on how they are performed and so they require more compression than programmed drums that have been recorded in perfect conditions with very evenly sampled drum hits. Compression (especially vintage units or emulations) can be used for certain colours, adding saturation and even an EQ characteristic, however, as a dynamic controller you should focus using it on overly dynamic sounds like Vocals and other acoustic instruments, while using it sparingly on instruments that have a very limited dynamics range but may require some added colouration that compression may bring.

    3.Not Everything Has To Be Stereo

    When everything is in stereo, overheads, pianos, room mics, reverbs, delays, stereo recorded guitars, you name it, then nothing starts to feel wide! If you want width then be selective what you put in the sides! Hard panned guitars Left and Right feel great when the ambience is only opposite, as soon as it’s smeared in the stereo field then the guitar sound doesn’t feel focussed! If you make the overheads full 100% left and right then you set the limits of the width of your mix, try 70% or 80% panning of your overheads and room mics and then the hard panned guitars will start to feel like they are spilling out of the left and right speakers!

    4.Don’t Start Processing The Tracks Until You’ve Got Basic Levels and Panning

    Create what you think is a good sounding rough mix getting basic balances and panning on every track first. This will tell you so much more than just starting to mix using EQ and compression. Hearing the tracks back relatively balanced and panned, allows you to choose which tracks need extra EQ or high passing and/or compression. Ultimately the lesson is to always listen as a whole! We all solo, however making sure the changes you are making works in the whole song is of paramount importance!

    5.Do Less!!

    Professional mixers always say that when they get sessions to mix and the first thing they do is remove an enormous amount of plug ins on each track and suddenly the song starts to come to life! We can tie ourselves in so many knots by continually adding EQ and compression until everything instrument feels flat and lifeless! Soon the more you do the more you have to do! Take frequent ear breaks to gain perspective and always remember to listen to the song as a whole.

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  • Top 10 Recording Tips - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    14:54

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    You will find many articles on the internet with tips and tricks for mixing a song to sound its best. The best way to make sure the mix, and ultimately the final product, sounds the best is to record it properly in the first place.

    Please let your comments and questions below, I love to hear from you and know what you think!



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  • 11 Mistakes To Avoid In Music Production - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    32:47

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    Over the years the producer's role has changed dramatically. There was a time when a music producer was essentially the person that oversaw everything and put the whole production together.

    That's not the production we have now, these days the job of a music producer is so vast that it covers pretty much everything. As a producer, you can be expected to also be the engineer, mixer, songwriter, therapist, the record label, co-promoter, social media manager and all kinds of fun and less than fun things.

    However, that does create a lot of grey areas and it’s in this grey area that things can fall apart horribly. So let’s talk about the top mistakes made by music producers and how to avoid them.


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  • The Basics of Starting a Mix - Setting Levels - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    17:44

    ➡️➡️The Basics of Starting a Mix - Setting Levels:

    In this episode, we’re going to concentrate on the basics of starting a mix. This is a good thing for beginners but it’s also an amazing discussion point for anybody who’s intermediate or advanced.

    For me, the best way to start a mix is to open it up and get the balances and panning right. – So let’s get going.

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  • Top 8 Free Tips to Improve Your Recording & Mixing Skills - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren discusses his top 8 free tips to improve your recording and mixing skills.

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  • How much does it cost to have a track mastered? | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    14:53

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    ➡️➡️What is the cheapest you've paid to have a song mastered that returned a good result? let me know in the comments.

    ➡️➡️We cover the following questions during this episode:

    • Blue headphones, How sturdy are they, especially that bendy part that connect the headphone to the band? (0:57)
    • What do. You think about using earbuds for tracking? At least when it comes to bleeding, they are superior to most headphones? (2:14)
    • When performing the car test should the EQ on the car stereo be sat flat or should it be left the way the driver has it set up? (3:30)
    • What is the typical cost of having a track mastered? (5:02)
    • Self-mastering a demo purely to bring it up to LUFS standard is this okay to do? (13:18)


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  • Mixing Monitors vs. Mastering Monitors | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    27:27

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    Are mixing monitors different than mastering monitors?

    Yes and no. I’ve been to a lot of mastering studios where they have very expensive monitors but they’re also the same very expensive monitors that I’ve seen in some very expensive studios where people mix.

    One of the best, most exciting experiences I’ve had mastering was to have Bob Ludwig master The Fray’s second album. I flew out to Portland, Maine and I sat in a room with Bob while he mastered their second record.

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  • Mixing from start to finish with Stock Plugins - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:30:43

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  • Mixing Vocals With 3 World Class Engineers & Everything Bundle Giveaway - Produce Like A Pro

    18:48

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    We hear vocal mixing techniques from 3 World Class Engineers: Cameron Webb, Bob Horn, and Bob Marlette.

    Pro Mix Academy is a collection of some of the best Producers, Engineers and Mixers in the World who have gotten together to give us an amazing look inside the Mixing, Production, Recording and Mastering process.

    1. Cameron Webb explains how he uses high passing to remove unwanted low end in Lemmy’s Vocal and serial compression to give Lemmy’s vocal a very even sound in a dense Motorhead’s “Electricity.”

    Check out Mixing Motörhead with Cameron Webb to get the multitracks and mix the song for yourself!


    2. Bob Horn demonstrates how a fast release time on your compressor brings your vocal up front. He uses DeEssing to control the Esses and Tees then uses a Multiband Compressor to control High Mid aggression, followed by EQ Boost and additional cutting of unwanted high mids.

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    3. Bob Marlette shows us how he uses effects like the Kramer Tape Delay to give his vocals added interest, then adds high end EQ going into compression. Next he uses reverb swells to create drama as the song transitions from the Verse to the chorus. Even though this is a Rock song the Chorus vocal, like a Pop song is triple tracked to get the Vocal wide over HUGE electric guitars!

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  • Tutorial: Mixing & Mastering

    9:13

    I get loads of questions as to my mixing/mastering methods so I thought it was time to do a video about those and some other recording-related stuff.

    THIS VIDEO IS PRETTY OLD AND I DO NOT MIX THIS WAY THESE DAYS.

    All Templates And Patches Can Be Downloaded Free At My Website!



    I use the REAPER editing software. Its cheap and VERY powerful!

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  • 5 Tips For A Successful Audio Career - Warren Huart - Produce Like A Pro

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    There are many key ingredients to building a successful career in music. In this video, I want to share the top 5 things I've found to be the most important to your success in music. 

    While mastering your craft and possessing the technical skills required is essential, there are things, that can make an ever bigger impact: That is your people skills and you passion and persistence. When making music it's important to create a positive atmosphere and inspire the people around us. That will make them want to work with you even more than your talent. Because passion is contagious!

    I hope this video is helping and inspiring you to keep pushing forward and follow your dreams. Please leave a bunch of questions and comments below. I really appreciate all of your support, you rock!

    Have a marvellous time recording and mixing,

    Warren



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  • Izotope Ozone 9 Review and Tutorial - Mixing and Mastering Tips

    29:30

    Unusual Izotope Ozone 9 Tutorial and Review with very useful Mixing and Mastering Tips! Pros and Cons. Mastering Approach. All Ozone modules Explained. To Attend a free trial Class of this Audio Production Course send email to: mixingcourse@andrewzeleno.com

    In This Video We Will Talk About: Pros and Cons of Ozone 9. How powerful Ozone 9 can be in hands of very experienced audio engineer. We'll be using a project based on new genre Jungle Boom Boom. Very useful tips on Mastering Approach and Strategy. Interesting Workflow with Ozone which I offer. I will explain Dither, Maximizer with all settings. We'll talk how to use levels and work with LUFS meter. Threshold, Ratio, Soft knee, Attack, Release, Parallel Compression. Spotify and other streaming services. -14db. Output section of Ozone 9. How Ozone Maximizer compares to other limiters. Transient Emphasis and Learn Threshold parameters. Order of Ozone modules. Trick about Multiband Compressor. Compressor or Limiter. Smile EQ. Why you don't use presents. Where Izotope Ozone 4 is better than Ozone 9. Dynamic EQ example. Why I don't like Match EQ. New Low End Focus module. Master Rebalance artifacts. We'll check vocals and rums balance using the rock song. Which is the best new feature of Ozone 9. How to use Deesser on Ozone 9. How to use Multi-band Exiter Enhancer. Saturation. Broadcasting voice. Voiceover for radio and movie trailers. Radio production Audio Tips. Why Gain Match works incorrectly sometimes. RMS level. Conclusions on Izotope Ozone 9.

    I recommend to watch these videos:
    1) Sweep EQ Technique Used Wrong by Many Mixers
    2) What Plugins Do I Need For Mixing
    3) how to decide if a compressor goes before EQ or after:
    4) I will check my students' home work in real time comparing their song to a top sounding mix made by Chris Lord-Alge and a mix made by the other pro mixer
    5) Mastering - How Maximizer Works (Very Valuable Masterclass with Many Plugins)

    Videos on this Channel is Only a Light Addition to the Audio Production, Music Production and Audio Mixing Course from Top Ranked Audio Engineer/Producer (Official Status Based on Official Home Country Classification) Andrew Zeleno, Guru of Mixing 2018 (Sonarworks 2018). Besides The Most Full and Advanced Theory Only for Getting Real Results, You Have Classes With Home Works Checking, Where Your Project Will Be Compared to the Best Sounding Songs of All Time Made by Top 20 Audio Engineers. We make Your Products Sound at the Same Level of Audio Quality Online and in Real Time. Also, the Teacher Doesn’t Shoot Videos Like Others But Takes Responsibility and Makes You a Professional in Audio Production Leading You from Beginning to the End. You Even Can Choose Your Own Projects in Any Genre. For Getting the Highest Possible Skills and Getting a Place in Pro Music Industry, Attend this Course. During 9 Months Online Course, You will Be Formed as a Professional Audio Engineer Even If You Are a Complete Beginner. Mixing, Mastering, Recording, Sound Design, Editing, Studio Setup, Post Production, Philosophy, Instruments, Easy Music Theory, Ear Training, Professional Approach, Different Music Genres.

    How to Mix Vocal. How to Mix a Song. How to Mix Drums. How to Apply EQ. How to Apply a Compressor. How to Make Mastering. How to Write Music. How to Make Beats. How to Become a Beatmaker. Vocal Mixing. Drums Mixing. How to Record and Mix Guitars. Guitars Mixing. Absorption in Recording Room. Acoustic Treatment for a Control Room. Pro Tools Logic Pro Cubase Nuendo FL Studio Ableton Live Studio One Reaper Native Instruments Waves Softube Slate Digital DAW The Best Plugins

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  • 5 Quick Master Bus Mixing Tricks - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    30:18

    ➡️ ➡️ Before you start using the master bus, make sure you download this FREE Master Bus Mixing Tricks cheatsheet right now:

    Today we are talking about 5 Quick Master Bus Mixing Tricks!

    1. Automate the output of your last plugin 2:52

    2. Use a compressor with a side chain HPF 4:47

    3. Bled Clean and Parallel Busses 9:42

    4. Automate limiter threshold 23:07

    5. Automate master buss EQ 23:57

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    5 Quick Saturation Mixing Tricks


    5 Quick Delay Mixing Tricks


    5 Quick Reverb Mixing Tricks



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  • Mastering with Maor Appelbaum - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren visits Maor Applebaum at his home studio setup. They discuss the importance of mastering, the uniqueness of different kinds of equipment, and go through all of his gear piece by piece!

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  • Music Production Hacks

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    Hacks ranging from mixing to melodies, 50 quick tips for music producers! New videos every week, subscribe & ring the bell if you're cool! ????

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  • 4 Production & Recording Books You Need To Read | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    For those of you new to the channel, FAQ Friday is our weekly roundup of YOUR questions! Every week I get a ton of great questions and this week is no exception.

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    Here There and Everywhere - Recording the Music of the Beatles - Geoff Emerick


    Confessions of a Serial Songwriter - Shelly Peiken


    The Studio Builder's Handbook - Bobby Owsinski


    My Personal Favorite Book is:
    Making Records: The Scenes Behind the Music - Phil Ramone



    I go into more depth in the video above! I also answer the following questions:
    • How would you recommend cleaning monitors, just a wipe or compressed air? These straightforward tips are great man
    • Do you usually print the OH/Room with the sample, or maybe print it to a different track/not print at all?
    • What’s your favorite song off night at the opera? mine has to be death on two legs so raw
    • Is some outboard EQ a reasonable band-aid solution to treat a room while I-save-up-for/build bass traps and baffles?
    • Are there any recording/production books you would recommend?

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  • Studio One 4 PRO Mixing & Mastering Tips!

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    This course is designed for those musicians and aspiring music producers who's learning studio 4 to gain some additional skills to improve their workflow in every aspect. They will learn some of the latest hacks from the latest features that were added in version 4.5

    Pre-requisites

    1. Literacy in studio one Professional preferably v3 or higher
    2. Update to studio one Professional 4.5
    3. Midi keyboard (Optional)
    4. Pair of headphones

    Video 1 - Customize and save your own MIX template

    Most DAWs nowadays pre-made presets or in short, Template. This allows the user to create his/her own session ahead of the recording or the production process. Studio one has a very interesting way of doing it so learning how to do it is something that every studio one user should know

    VIdeo 2 - Tips in Organizing your session

    Being clean,copacetic and organized is one of the many good habits that a producer should learn. Here you'll be learning some of the key concepts in categorizing and color coding some elements whether its from the arrangement window,browser and mix window. Learning this will surely make it more conducive and appealing for the producers to create and add some more in their songs.

    Video 3 - Quickly navigate your plugins

    Often times when you already have a bunch of plugins installed whether its an instrument or effects plugin, it can be quite confusing and frustrating in navigating a specific one since they can be messy sometimes in the browser. Therefor, i gathered up some tips in managing both your stock plugins and 3rd party plugins to make it less difficult and confusing for you to navigate through them.

    Video 4 - Arranging and Editing tips & Tricks

    This is the heart of the entire music production process since this is the stage where all the ideas come together. In studio one 4.5 we have a bunch of hidden features that will definitely improve the way you navigate and move things around the arrangment window. The highlight of this part of the course is the 2 newly added features that prevents the user in making small unnoticeable arrangement mistakes.

    Video 5 - Mixing Tips and Tricks

    Mixing is the second to the last step in making a radio ready material and the process is similar to almost every DAW out there.There are some things that studio one doesn't have yet such as an independent out for reference tracks.But there are some work around for it. Here we'll discuss some of the strenght and weaknesses of studio one when it comes to weakness and i will walk you through it.

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  • 5 Essential Mixing Tips - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    15:53

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    A lot of the Quick Mixing Tricks I’ve been sharing with you are things that I might do 75% of the time, 90% of the time, or even only 10% of the time.

    Anyway, these are the things that I ALWAYS do!

    1. Enhance Your Low End by using High Pass Filters
    2. Automating Effects
    3. Don’t Listen Loud for Too Long
    4. Take Frequent Breaks
    5. Use Reference Mixes of not only other peoples mixes but yours as well!

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  • 5 Quick Compression Mixing Tricks - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    18:47

    ➡️ ➡️ Before you start using compression, make sure you download this FREE Compression Tricks cheatsheet right now:

    Today we are talking about five compression mixing tips! These aren't the most straightforward ways that we use compression. For some of you they may seem that way but these are the more interesting things you can do with the compressor!

    1. Side Chain the guitar to the lead vocal 1:37

    2. Use a compressor to sculpt the room mics 4:42

    3. Set up your compressor like a transient designer 6:47

    4. Side chain overhead mics to the main snare track 11:12

    5. Duplicate the track and nudge it backward to setup “look ahead” compression 13:44


    5 Quick Saturation Mixing Tricks


    5 Quick Delay Mixing Tricks


    5 Quick Reverb Mixing Tricks


    5 Quick Master Bus Mixing Tricks



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  • A Complete Recording Process - tracking, mixing, mastering

    43:36

    Here is a complete recording process, with drums, bass, guitar, keys and vocals, with the necessary procedures for each.

    I've also uploaded a video showing the connection of the equipment - mixer to audio interface, etc., plus ways of using it:



    Long video, this! Prevail and ye shall see some things along the way! Here's a list of contents so you can jump about if you want:

    0:00 introduction
    0:27 drum mics
    1:05 recording to the old way and the new way
    2:01 compressing kick and snare
    3:00 why compress when recording?
    3:58 DRUM TAKE
    5:04 sorting a mix for more tracks to be recorded
    5:40 compressing bass
    6:41 BASS TAKE
    7:30 Guitar - using an amp in the studio
    8:17 recording guitar with a DI and amp at the same time
    9:24 GUITAR TAKE
    10:09 keyboards - using a sound to link spiky sounds of guitar and drums
    10:32 the Yamaha YC45D
    10:44 KEYBOARDS TAKE
    11:26 Vocal bits and pieces
    12:17 VOCALS TAKE

    OLD MIXING

    13:15 Mixing the old way
    13:38 a look at the mixing desk
    14:03 bringing the faders up for drums
    14:55 removing low end from tracks
    16:02 playing tracks on their own - a clip light issue on the bass
    16:35 mixing low end - kick and bass guitar
    17:16 adding vocals
    17:57 using old reverb units
    18:23 why I wouldn't use reverb on a snare
    19:06 reverb on vocals - why?
    19:16 adding guitar and keys
    19:44 using a stereo compressor to master

    NEW MIXING

    22:06 intro
    23:35 getting started
    24:14 guitar - the two tracks
    24:55 dealing with tracks at a low level
    25:32 dB - what is this?
    26:01 vocal compressing
    26:35 advantages of software plug-ins
    26:45 drums - adding compression
    28:34 software EQ
    29:12 Adding bass and EQ-ing with kick drum
    30:00 Vocals - dealing with problems using corrective EQ
    31:00 cutting low frequency of tracks
    31:43 adding presence on guitar
    32:19 low level on keyboards - the importance of setting correct levels when recording
    33:08 Whole mix with adjustments on the fly
    33:33 Snare - beefing up
    34:16 overheads - a brief description
    34:36 Reverb on vocals
    35:18 Compressor settings on vocals
    36:18 Panning instruments
    36:36 The Master Track and Mastering plugins

  • Does upgrading your interface improve sound quality? | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    23:02

    ➡️➡️Upgrading your interface: Does it improve sound quality?:

    ????️????️We cover the following questions during this episode of FAQ Friday! 
    • When would you recommend to go with a real mixing console in a small studio? (0:49)
    • When building out your studio, how do you approach cable management, going to and from your equipment and what are some mistakes you’ve made in the beginning you wish you had known before? (6:38)
    • When you mix using your console with tracks that are not as hot as the old fashion way, does it give the same result of weight and warmth? (13:43)
    • Does the bussing from the console get transferred over to ProTools with the same setup? You mentioned the drums being on bus one will they go through bus one on ProTools? (15:10)
    • When can you first recall seeing a computer in a recording studio? What was it for at that time? (17:55)
    • I am currently recording using a 15-year-old M-Audio USB Interface, do you think buying a newer interface that is comparable, would significantly improve the sound quality of the original tracks being recorded? (20:21)


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  • How To Master A Song In 10 Minutes - RecordingRevolution.com

    18:44

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    Mastering is a critical final step in your music making progress and one you don't want to skip before releasing your music into the world.

    In this video I'm going to walk you through the 4 tools you need (and 1 critical trick) to making sure your masters sound balanced, punchy, and commercially viable.

    The good news? You likely already have these tools in your DAW - and mastering should only take you about 10 minutes per song.

  • 5 Tips For Recording Pro Vocals ????️????

    5:45

    Vocals are the centerpiece of a song, so getting a great recording is essential. In this vlog I share 5 techniques that work well for pros to get great sounding vocals. 









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    Look At Me, by Kelsey Lav
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  • How much should your studio cost? | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    29:34

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    ➡️➡️Questions in today's video:
    1. If you were starting a semi-professional project studio, how would you allocate the money you have to spend? 1:14
    2. What are some things you do to make sure your ears are always in good shape? 23:35

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    We’re back with another FAQ Friday for you! The featured question from today’s video is this:

    If you were starting a semi-professional project studio, how would you allocate the money you have to spend?

    In order to answer this question, I have to start by asking a question: Are you an instrumentalist? I have been in some professional studios that don’t have any gear outside of recording gear, but that may not be the best path for you to take when setting up your studio. The reason I start by asking that question is if you are looking to record local bands and artists from your area, and you want them to sound good, you will want to have a few instruments available for them to use. The reality it, this may be their first experience in the studio, and they may come in with a guitar or bass or drum kit that is barely playable. This is something that has happened to me many times!

    My last studio had a rental/rehearsal business as well, so I took advantage of that, and this helped me make sure that I could get any piece of equipment of any instrument I may need. When I came to build this studio, I knew I would not have access to that rental business anymore, so I had to think of a solution for that. This is why I have tons of guitars, basses, amps, pianos, and other equipment here. So, if you are planning to record bands, you will probably have to allocate a little bit of your budget to buying some instruments.

    Overall, you could be looking at roughly $5,000, or a little bit less, if you are blending used and new equipment. To keep costs down and make things more cost-effective for yourself, don’t be afraid to buy used! Just make sure you are paying attention to what you are buying and ask the right questions to make sure you are getting the right value for your money. If you want all new equipment, you could be looking at well over $5,000. The budget for your studio will really depend on your needs. Will you be recording bands? Will they need equipment? Do you want all new, or are you going to buy some used as well? It all depends on what your needs are and how much you are willing to spend!

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  • How Much Low End is Too Much? | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    17:50

    ➡️➡️In This Episode We Answered These FAQ Friday Questions:
    • So when does low end become too much low end? (0:30)
    • Regarding Compression - It’s typical to compress a bass recording, what other circumstances would you prefer to see compression having been used on the way in as opposed to being done in the box. (5:45)
    • What is your favourite compressor plugin and why? (8:35)
    • On heavy prog material with lots of time changes would you automate compression settings or would you aim for a global setting?(11:22)
    • At what sample rate do you set your interface for tracking? (12:48)
    • How do you deal with low mid range? Trying to get rid of muddiness and not losing the power which this frequency contributes to the mix? (14:22)
    • Does it make a difference if you EQ before or after reverb?(15:42)

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  • Getting a Track Ready for Mastering | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    15:57

    ➡️➡️Getting a Track Ready for Mastering:
    ➡️➡️We cover the following questions during this episode of FAQ Friday!
    • Do you ever listen to tracks, completely think through a mix and then execute it knowing exactly how it will turn out or do you start working and let the mix evolve and see where it takes you? (0:50)
    • How do you deal with songs you’ve received for mixing that you don’t like or even can’t stand? Do you have methods for not bothering or simply refuse to mix? (4:39)
    • Do you ever purposefully limit yourself in the studio regardless of the stuff you have available? If you do is the music better worse, or just different? (6:49)
    • When mixing down a multitrack song recorded at 24bit/ 96khz, what is the best method to follow? (12:54)
    • If Warren was just starting out and had less then $500 to spend on the best microphone he could find what would he choose? (14:04)

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  • Studio Acoustic Treatment on a Budget

    8:22

    By request: Best choices for affordable, yet effective sound treatment options for your home / project studio! Using a few of these materials in combination can dramatically improve your recording, mixing and mastering results for your music.

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  • Gear Gods – Top 5 Metal Production Tips Part 1: Bass and Guitars - Produce Like A Pro

    21:09

    Top 5 Metal Production Tips for getting killer guitar sounds, and a fat bass that cuts through a dense metal mix.
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    If you’re a Metal fan, you’re into shredding high-gain guitar sounds, hard hitting, in-your-face drums and aggressive vocals.

    While these characteristics are what makes Metal great, working all of them into a great sounding production can present quite a challenge.

    Today, we have the marvellous Trey Xavier chief editor of Gear Gods. Trey shares his top 5 production tips on getting killer heavy guitar sounds, and discusses how to craft a bass tone that cuts through a dense mix and provides tons of growling low-end energy.

    Trey really knows his stuff, every single one of these tips is invaluable for producing huge metal records. I learnt a lot myself!

    Have a marvellous time recording and mixing,

    Warren

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  • 4 Pre-Mixing Tips - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    11:32

    ➡️➡️Download the Cheat Sheet here:

    Today we’re going to talk about 4 mix tips that have nothing to do with plugins or any hardware.

    Tip 1: Are your tracks ready to mix? (0:47)
    Tip 2: Think about your mix in more then one dimension (3:50)
    Tip 3: Establish Proper Monitoring Levels(6:49)
    Tip 4: Look After your Ears (8:32)


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  • Mixing Modern Pop Vocals - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    28:05

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    In today's video, I'm showing you how to achieve a modern lead vocal sound that stays present throughout the song and cuts through a dense mix. We discuss Compression, EQ, parallel processing and automating multi-effects throughout the song to keep the listeners interest and help the song to build and progress. I hope you enjoy the tutorial!

    Have you missed our previous two videos? You can watch them here:

    1. Mixing Drums:
    2. Mixing Bass:
    3. Mixing Guitars, Keys and Synths:


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  • 5 Quick EQ Mixing Tricks - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    21:49

    ►► Get the 5 Quick EQ Mixing Tricks cheatsheet here:

    1.Bass Guitar EQ Multiple sources differently to create one great sound.

    i. With the first source, the DI, control lows and highs with EQ filters- Using a stock plugin, set around 170-200Hz, and everything above that is low passed away. After that is another EQ, which is a less than 60Hz (this can drop lower to 40hz) and gently sloping, controlling the low end, giving room for the Kick Drum. 

    ii. With the Bass Amp High Pass at the same point around 170-200hz allowing the high end of the Bass Amp to give the sound personality. 

    iii. You can also duplicate the Bass Amp and follow the same steps above but also use to add additional Saturation or Distortion to help it glue together with the guitars.

    2.Brighten Electric Guitar and Controlling Excessive High End 8:37

    3.Creating a great Kick Sound Using Multiple Mics 11:41

    4.Carve out Low Mids and high pass Low End from Room Mics to create room for your Kick 14:41

    5.High and Low Pass your reverb Sends 17:36

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  • Vocal Thickening Trick - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    8:02

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  • Recording Like A Pro - Hip Hop Vocals

    17:46

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  • How to get Big Guitar Tones w/ Bob Marlette & Ulrich Wild- Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    30:10

    For those of you who want to know about big rock guitars, and how to make them sound massive, get the two courses here:
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    The concepts featured stem from years of real-world experience. If you’d like to learn more from Bob & Ulrich, you can both of their full courses below. They don’t hold back or keep any secrets: they explain every step of the way in detail, so you can easily apply the same principles to your own music.


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  • 5 Quick Modulation Mixing Tricks - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    21:31

    ➡️ ➡️ Before you start using modulation, make sure you download this FREE Modulation Tricks cheatsheet right now:

    5 Quick Modulation Tricks:
    1. Widening a mono guitar 0:32
    2. Modulation on your reverb 4:04
    3. Detuning the snare low & to the key of the song 8:32
    4. Create an octave down vocal 13:16
    5. Modulation to thicken vocals 16:04

    Get the multitracks for the song used in this tutorial here:


    5 Quick Modulation Tricks in detail:


    1. Widening a mono guitar 0:32
    This trick can work for any mono instrument source you get. Very often I hear mixes where someone has taken a mono guitar and panned it to one side and then panned a delayed version of the same guitar to the opposite side in an attempt to create stereo width. This never seems to sound that satisfying, even giving the feeling that there are phase/polarity issues. The way to combat that is to adjust the pitch of the delayed source. By simply flattening the guitar a few cents the width is properly created and also gives a very cool guitar sound! Many delays, like the stock Avid one I used in the demonstration have Pitch Change built in, however if they don’t you can simply add pitch before the delay to create the same effect!

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  • 6 Pre-Mastering Tips with Michael Romanowski & Phonitor 2 Giveaway- Warren Huart

    17:37

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    Today we’re going to go over 6 tips that will help you prepare your mix to come into a mastering situation and get the best results with the grammy-nominated Mastering engineer Michael Romanowski.

    In addition to the 6 mixing tips, the lovely folks at SPL have given us an SPL Phonitor 2 to giveaway!


    6 Pre Mastering Tips:
    1. Don’t Clip Your Mix
    2. Master The Highest Resolution
    3. Don’t Overprocess the Master Buss
    4. Don’t use Multiband Compression
    5. Leave Headroom Before Mastering
    6. Mastering Engineer Needs the Reference Mix

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  • Mastering w/ Brian Lucey: Magic Garden Mastering - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    34:27

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    Warren visits Brian Lucey at his studio, Magic Garden Mastering. They discuss his process, the importance of musicality, and all of his gear.


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  • 8 Tips For Better Low End - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    22:30

    ➡️➡️Click here to learn more about getting a better sounding low end:

    This is a bit of a contentious subject, and one that is talked about a lot, but it is an important one! Low end is a crucial part of every mix, and if it is not done properly, it can throw off the entire mix and leave you with less than satisfactory results. This is why I have put together 8 tips that will help you get a better low end!

    1. Be Aware of the Limitations of Your Room

    My room is a pretty good size, we've got some stuff built into the walls, in the corners, and I've formed a very nice equilateral where I sit. However, it is still far from perfect! It is definitely not an anechoic chamber or the perfect listening environment. Since it is not perfect, it is important that I know the limitations of my room and how things sound in it.

    No matter the size of your room or what kind of setup you have, no have to be aware of what your speakers are going to reproduce and how things are going to sound in your room. This is where reference tracks come in handy! You need to make sure you are listening to a lot of reference tracks and referencing your own mixes in lots of different environments because this will teach you how your room sounds and how to get the best results.

    In addition to reference tracks, don't be afraid to check on headphones! Some headphones have a lot of low end, so checking there may help you hear something you were not able to hear before!

    2. Add a Sub

    Adding a sub in a small room can be painful, but you can and should add a sub because some small drivers don't reproduce much below 100Hz or sometimes even higher up than that. Although I do recommend a sub to check the low end, I don't mix with it on all the time!

    With a sub it is also important to make sure that the balance is right. Play lots of reference tracks to make sure it sounds really nice and balanced, because if they are pumping, you'll end up not putting enough low end in the mix, but if they are too quiet you'll end up pushing the low end even more, and you'll end up completely throwing off the mix.

    There are many ways you can get a better sounding low end! Watch the full video to learn more!

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  • My Studio Monitors for Mixing and Mastering

    8:29

    Sharing the details on studio monitors / headphones I trust for mixing and mastering sessions in 2019! ????????????

    Event 2030:
    Yamaha NS-10m:
    Hafler P-1500:
    Adam Audio SP-5:
    Ollo Audio S4:
    Sony MDR-7506:
    Beyerdynamic DT-770:

    BGM:

    ►DAW Presets & Templates:
    *NEW* Divine Mastering Chains (Waves):
    Divine Mixing Vocal Chains V2 (Waves):
    Divine Mixing Vocal Chains (Logic Pro X & Cubase):
    Divine Mixing Drum Chains (Waves):
    Divine Mixing Waves Template (Logic Pro X, Cubase & Pro Tools):
    *UPDATED* Divine Mixing Template One (Logic Pro X, Cubase & Pro Tools):

    ►Video Training Courses:
    Divine Beat Mixing (Mixing & Mastering Course):
    Divine Mixing Session 1 (Mixing & Mastering Course):
    Divine Mixing Session 2 (Mixing & Mastering Video Course):
    Hip Hop Vocal Production (Lynda.com Course):

    ►Synth Presets & Drum Samples:
    8oh!8 Bass Presets for Serum -
    The Niche Kit (Creative Drum and Loop Kit) -
    Urban Dreamscapes for Serum -

    ►My Studio Gear


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  • Make your home studio sound like Abbey Road Studio 3 - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    33:18

    ➡️➡️Get Abbey Road Studio 3 w/ NX Tracker here:
    ➡️➡️Learn more about the Waves NX Tracker & Abbey Road Studio 3 Plugin here:
    Imagine if you could mix your music in one of the finest sounding controls rooms in the world.
    Well, that is what Waves have done with Abbey Road Studio 3. They’ve taken their NX Technology and combined it with 2 years of development of the Abbey Road Studio 3 plugin.
    Today's episode is going to be a lot of fun!


    ❤️My Favorite Plugins:
    ➡️Waves MV2:
    ➡️Waves RBass:
    ➡️Renaissance Vox:
    ➡️Renaissance Compressor:

    ❤️GEAR:
    ➡️UK Sound 1173:
    ➡️$299 Kali Audio Studio Monitors:
    ➡️Apollo x16:
    ➡️Apollo Twin:

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  • Mastering with Waves Plugins Like A Pro

    15:31

    Many of you have been asking for a new mastering video, using some of my favorite Waves plugins! These are a lot of fun to use and can help achieve the pro masters you're after :)

    Song: James Garlimah - Young & Free


    Plugins Used ????:
    Waves Infected Mushroom Pusher:
    Waves SSL4000:
    Waves Platinum Bundle:

    ►DAW Presets & Templates:
    *NEW* Divine Mastering Chains (Waves):
    *NEW* Divine Mixing Vocal Chains V3 (Waves):
    *NEW* Divine Mixing Vocal Chains V2 (Waves):
    Divine Mixing Vocal Chains (Logic Pro X & Cubase):
    Divine Mixing Drum Chains (Waves):
    Divine Mixing Waves Template (Logic Pro X, Cubase & Pro Tools):
    *UPDATED* Divine Mixing Template One (Logic Pro X, Cubase & Pro Tools):

    ►Video Training Courses:
    Divine Beat Mixing (Mixing & Mastering Course):
    Divine Mixing Session 1 (Mixing & Mastering Course):
    Divine Mixing Session 2 (Mixing & Mastering Video Course):
    Hip Hop Vocal Production (Lynda.com Course):

    ►Synth Presets & Drum Samples:
    8oh!8 Bass Presets for Serum -
    Urban Dreamscapes for Serum -
    The Niche Kit (Creative Drum and Loop Kit) -

    ►My Studio Gear


    ►Let's Connect

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  • Finishing Up A Mix - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    37:47

    ➡️➡️Download the multitracks here:

    Here’s the third part of your Christmas gift!

    Part 1:

    Part 2:

    To recap:
    The band is called “The Gallery.” It is a bunch of guys (2 brother actually) from Massachusetts. I co-wrote this song with them! You’ll hear me playing some bass, guitar, mandolin, and possibly drums! (I can’t remember!)

    This is going to be a really fun one to mix because it’s got live drums, guitars, basses, mandolins, and it’s also got some elements that I threw in there to make it feel bigger! (There’s some programmed stuff in there as well!) This is a super hooky song, which you can listen to below:

    If you haven’t downloaded the multitracks yet, you can get those here.

    ❤️My Favorite Plugins:
    ➡️Waves MV2:
    ➡️Waves RBass:
    ➡️Renaissance Vox:
    ➡️Renaissance Compressor:

    ➡️UK Sound 1173:
    ➡️$299 Kali Audio Studio Monitors:

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  • Quick Mastering for Streaming Online

    16:33

    Learn how to apply quick, easy mastering techniques to get a loud professional master and help your music stand out online. Get more mastering tips: The Recording Revolution:

  • Richard Furch Interview and Studio Tour - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:13:13

    ➡️➡️Learn Richard's mixing techniques here:

    Talking with Richard is fantastic, he is humble, a huge fan of music and has a thirst for knowledge. He is someone who is always looking to improve! In fact he’s taken many of our courses and watches our videos to see how other Professionals work!

    With 6 Grammy winning albums out of 22 Nominations, including one nomination for 2018, his mixes continue to top the charts.

    The numbers speak for themselves: With over 25 million albums sold and 2 diamond-selling projects, his credits include: Prince, BoyzIIMen, Usher, Outkast, The Weeknd and many more.

    ➡️➡️Read more about Richard Furch here:

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  • 5 Grammy Winning Vocal Mixing Tricks - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    33:09

    ➡️➡️Download the 5 Vocal Mixing Tips cheat sheet here:


    Vocal Mixing Tip 1 (0:53)
    Vocal Mixing Tip 2 (6:27)
    Vocal Mixing Tip 3 (11:50)
    Vocal Mixing Tip 4 (18:09)
    Vocal Mixing Tip 5 (25:37)

    ➡️Mixing Pop with Bob Horn:
    ➡️Mixing Pop with Richard Furch:
    ➡️Mixing Alternative Rock with Mark Needham:
    ➡️Mixing Motörhead with Cameron Webb:

    ❤️My Favorite Plugins:
    ➡️Waves MV2:
    ➡️Waves RBass:
    ➡️Renaissance Vox:
    ➡️Renaissance Compressor:

    ➡️UK Sound 1173:
    ➡️$299 Kali Audio Studio Monitors:

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  • Electronic Music Mixing Masterclass with Matt Lange mau5trap records

    55:57

    ► Want more? Learn to mix better than ever before with our FREE workshop, The Top 5 Habits of Truly Great Mixers: ◀

    Matt Lange is an innovative and popular electronic artist who has released music on deadmau5' mau5trap record label, produced Thirty Seconds to Mars, and even composed soundtracks for video games like Counter-Strike: Go.

    In this video, go deep with him as he takes us under the hood of a real electronic mix and imparts some hard-won wisdom and best practices for creating memorable, evocative, dance-able IDM.

    This video was filmed at the fourth annual MixCon and made possible by Plugin Alliance. Check them out at

    Many thanks to Matt Lange for allowing us a deeper look at this track. Listen to more music by Matt Lange at

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