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  • 3 DAW Mistakes Home Studio Owners Are Making - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Your DAW (or recording and mixing software) is such a powerful tool.

    So much so that HOW you use it can have a big impact on how your final mix will sound.

    And while your mixing software might seem complex, don't be overwhelmed. Instead focus on the big wins of EQ, compression, and level and then AVOID these three mistakes.

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

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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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  • 5 Home Studio Recording Mistakes Made By Artist

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    It is becoming popular that several Artists are beginning to setup their own in-home studio, however it may be comfortable and also convenient but it also comes with it own pitfalls. Here are the 5 mistakes a lot of Artist makes with the solutions to make your next music project a success.

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  • The #1 Problem with Home Studios - RecordingRevolution.com

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  • 3 Low End Mixing MISTAKES That Are Killing Your Mixes

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    These 3 low end mixing techniques are taught over and over again in colleges and online...

    But if you're mixing rock and heavy music, these could actually be mistakes that are killing your mixes - not helping them!

    Here are 3 common low-end mixing mistakes that should avoid when mixing rock, metal and hardcore.

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

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    ➡️➡️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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  • 3 Tips To Eliminate Overwhelm As a DIY Musician - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Most home studio musicians are doing too much.

    It's super easy to get overwhelmed, burned out, and flat out frustrated with the music-making process.

    What once seemed like a fun experience with endless possibilities, being in the studio can quickly turn into an overwhelming one if we aren't careful.

    Today I want to share 3 of the most helpful tips I've used to eliminate overwhelm as a musician and bring the joy back into music-making!

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  • 4 Home Studio Myths I Cant Stand - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Today we need to bust some myths.

    With the Internet (and despite all it’s goodness) comes a host of bad advice from sometimes well meaning people. There are these myths that float around relating to home recording and making music in the home studio.

    And while there are many home studio myths out on the interwebs, there are four in particular that I just can’t stand.

    My goal here every week is to actually help you get results in your home studio, so sometimes in order to that I need to correct bad advice and flawed thinking.

    Let’s dive in!

    After watching, leave a comment below and let me know which of the 4 myths you’ve struggled with the most!

  • Mixing a Vocal Duet | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    I love this question, I’ve done quite a few going back to Isaac Slade and Emmylou Harris and they did a duet of Boulder to Birmingham- this song is pretty much Emmy’s signature song! She did an amazing job singing it. When it came to mixing there were whole sections where only Issac was singing the verse or just Emmy singing the verse.

    When they came together and sang the choruses it was amazing. In those days I was mixing in the box but through a Neve so what I did is… I took the vocal so it was on 23 and 24 and I panned Issac 10% one way and Emmylou 10% the other way.

    If you closed your eyes, muted them and only had one up at a time you could barely barely barely – I’ll say it one more time barely tell that it wasn’t center. It was as central as you could get, it was 10% but when they sang together it was amazing and the difference was enormous. It was amazing what the little 10% it was like when I put a db on each of them.

    Questions answered in this weeks FAQ Friday
    •What do you think about working on the vocal sound during the tracking session? (0:43)
    • How do you usually treat vocals with reverb? Do you use it often? Which type? Or do you refer dry? (2:26)
    • When Tracking Vocals, do you compress lightly to tame the vocal or tend to commit on the way in? What’s your go to compressor and approach? (4:56)
    • How do you mix a vocal duet or duo? (7:26)
    • What do you mean when you say Dynamic reverb? (10:27)

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  • 3 Ways To Improve Your Production Skills Now - RecordingRevolution.com

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    If you want to improve your songs so they sound like they were produced by pros, then you need to focus on production.

    Not just recording and mixing, but the production.

    You need to think like a producer and get the absolute MOST out of every song you write and release.

    That can take years to learn, but you can actually improve your productions substantially with some simple strategies.

    Today I want to share with you 3 of my favorite hacks to getting better productions and wowing your listeners!

  • Make More Music With These 3 Mindsets - TheRecordingRevolution.com

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    Making music in your home studio has way more to do with your mindset (what you believe and how you approach things) than it does about technical skill or equipment.

    Get the gear you need, learn some helpful techniques but then make these 3 mindset shifts to actually make more music in your studio this year than you did last year!

  • Stems vs Tracks Whats the Difference? | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    ➡️➡️Stems vs Tracks What's the Difference?:

    ????️????️We cover the following questions during this episode of FAQ Friday! 
    • What is the difference between stems and tracks? (1:08)
    • I’ve been hiring pros to record my album with me, we are in different countries recording at home studios or on the road. Deals are basically working out on facebook messenger and email. Do I need to be providing or requesting contracts? (5:33)
    • How do you adapt your playing to suit the genre of the song you’re working on since you work in a myriad of styles. (15:08)
    • When you hire someone to play, is it all done by ear? Do you write out the parts or is it something as simple as a lead sheet? (19:10)


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  • Your Mix Needs Headroom - RecordingRevolution.com

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    One common mistake I see home studio owners make is not leaving enough headroom when they mix.

    If you want your mix to sound its best then having enough headroom is critical.

    Today I'll explain what headroom is, and show you three ways to get more of it!

  • The Digital Audio Sweet Spot - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Did you know that your software has a sweet spot?

    There is actually an optimal level for all of your tracks when recording and mixing in a digital system (DAW) and knowing this can help you get the best sound possible out of your software.

    In this video I explain why recording and mixing in digital is WAY different than in analog and a big mistake that many young engineers are making because of it.

    Once you know where the digital audio sweet spot is, you'll be certain you are getting the clearest and most musical sound out of your software possible.

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

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    ➡️➡️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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  • 3 Tips For Recording Your Next EP - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Want your next EP to sound as good as possible?

    So do I - so let me share with you three simple tips you can use to record your next EP and make sure it sounds its best and connects with your fans.

    As someone who releases an EP every single year as an independent artist I've figured out three things that go a long way to delivering something awesome.

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  • Mix Home Studio Vocals To Sound Pro In 3 Steps - RecordingRevolution.com

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    If you record your vocals in a home studio, they're going to need a little help to sound professional in the mix.

    No matter how good of a vocal performance you turn in, there is a difference in a raw home studio vocal and polished pro one. But it's not that hard to achieve!

    When I'm mixing home studio vocals there are three distinct moves that I tend to make that can be stunning when implemented well.

    You can do these moves with stock or free plugins (as I do in the video) and they are quick and easy to pull off.

    Each one is relatively subtle and unimpressive, but the combination of all 3 is what takes an average bedroom vocal recording and turns it into a polished professional track!

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  • Should you use EQ before or after compression? | Mixing Basics - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    In today’s video we are going to be talking about whether we should EQ before or after compression! There is not a lot of consensus on this topic, because the truth is, it may vary from case to case. The main question you should be asking when trying to make this decision is: what is the best thing to do on this project?

    In the video, I will give you a few examples of where I EQ, why I EQ and how I use it, whether it is before or after compression, of a combination of the two.

    In the first example, I have a lead vocal with loads of energy, where the vocalist is at the top of her range. First, I’ve got an REQ with high passing, and then I am going into a de-esser. This is a single band compressor set to 5 and a half K, and then going into a compressor.

    So why am I doing this? The REQ is wiping off the low-end in the singer’s voice that isn’t necessary. There is a whole bunch of noise coming in the background – AC and foot noise – and a lot of low-end that we don’t need. Many of you know that low-end takes up a lot of energy, meaning that if there’s low-end in her vocal that I don’t want, that might compress earlier than anything else, so I am EQ-ing right away, before I do into any kind of compression or de-essing. I want you to do two things here: listen, and also look over to see how much compression is going on. On this vocal, there was about 2-3 dB of extra compression.

    On the piano part of this track, a lot of the low-end was too compressed, and you lost some of the exciting bounce in the track, which is why you would EQ before compressing, in that case.

    With many things, especially vocals, you will use a combination of serial EQ and compression. For me, de-essing always has to start as either the first or second step. Even though I high-pass, I don’t want to boost any of the high-mids and I wouldn’t want to do that without using a de-esser first, because I don’t want to boost something that I don’t want there in the first place.

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  • 4 Steps To Make Your Mix Translate Outside Your Studio - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Have you ever mixed a song that sounds good in your studio only to play it in your car or at your friends house and it completely falls apart?

    Ugh!!

    Welcome to one of the most frustrating aspects of mixing music!

    Have no fear though my friend - I have a solution for you and a 4 step process to ensure your mix will sound good EVERYWHERE, not just in your home studio.

  • Simple Mistakes I Made Recording In My Home Studio

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    Hayden Jamal continues with the mistakes hes made recording himself in his home studio. Stacking Vocals, Rehearsing & Recording multiple takes are solutions provided to very simple problems.
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  • Best DAW for Beginners Software Selection Principles

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    So, you have visions of electronic dance music production dancing in your head, and you need to know how to become an electronic music producer. Electronic music for beginners starts with the best DAW for beginners.

    The easiest DAW for beginners is a simple DAW. Meeting your goals and to learn production you must keep things simple.

    Once you start to hone your skills you can move up the chain to the more complex systems. EDM music producers all had to start somewhere. A beginner DAW is where they got their start.

    How to Get Started Producing EDM

    EDM or electronic dance music really starts with that creative energy that you channel using a DAW. There are 5 different stages to becoming one of the great EDM music producers.

    A lot of people that are interested in becoming an EDM producer ask the same questions as “how long does it take to become an EDM producer?” or “how long before I start producing music from the time, I get my DAW installed?”

    The answers are the same to both questions. Becoming a music producer happens in stages.
    There are five stages to becoming an EDM artist.

    Stage 1 Is the Immersion Stage

    The first step is to choose the best daw for beginners. The Digital Audio Workstation is the most important tool you will ever have for house music production. You want to choose wisely, and then once you have it installed work hard to get to know it.

    You will start with the simplest foundation and then add to it. Before you know it, you will know how to make an edm song that fits your vision.

    Stage 2 The Experimental Stage

    In this stage you are making EDM music and you are learning more and more about how to make digital music. You will find some courage in your experimentation and start to get creative. Experimentation is highly encouraged using beginner DAW software.

    Stage 3 Creating your First Song

    In this stage you already know ho to make digital music because you have been practicing a lot (hopefully) you have already gotten over many of the hurdles of learning to use your beginners DAW. This is the stage when you first song is produced.

    Stage 4 The Stagnant Stage

    Every producer goes through a stage where they feel completely overwhelmed by the process and they just do not think they are good enough to make the cut. Making edm music is a journey that is going to have ups and downs. The key here is to not give up and keep moving.

    Stage 5 You Graduate to More Advanced Equipment

    At some point your DAW will need to be upgraded. The beginner DAW is not enough for your skillset anymore. You have used even the best DAW to the maximum and you are ready to add something new to the mix.

    You will buy a DAW that is more advanced, that costs more, and that delivers a wider range of capabilities, and then the stages will begin again. Learn more about beginner DAW and which options are best to get your edm music production career off the ground.

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  • How To Mix Live Recordings To Sound Studio Quality - RecordingRevolution.com

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    If you've ever recorded your band live and later tried to mix it for a live EP or Album release, you might have noticed how small and lifeless a live recording can sound.

    Would you believe it if I told you that most professional live recordings that you hear aren't actually completely live?

    Well 9 times out of 10 that's true.

    And today I want to give you a real before and after example of a live EP project I'm working on so you can see and hear all that goes in to making a live recording have that studio quality sound we are all after.

  • What Sample Rate Should You Record And Mix At? - RecordingRevolution.com

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    What is the best sample rate to record and mix your songs at? Is it 44.1k? 48k? 192k?!?! Which sounds better?

    Here's another question: does sample rate even matter?

    I want to break these questions down for you once and for all in today's video so you can make a smart decision and move on with your musical life!

  • Computer Recording with Analogue Mixing & Analogue Tape!

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    You’ve got your DAW set up, with nice clean digital recording, good pre-amps and a pair of classy monitors. You mix to a wav or mp3 file, and stick it on an iPod. Great. No bother, and no mess. No consumables and no maintenance required. Sounds a bit too easy doesn’t it?
    What if you introduced all the equipment that you were going to throw away as it was “old hat”?
    Well, this film aims to show how to integrate analogue mixing technology (which very much still exists) with old reverb units, and lastly sticking it all together on a 1970s reel to reel tape recorder…

    Why? What could possibly possess someone to go to all this trouble? Well, picture what a dub or old soul record would sound like if it were recorded on a computer. Gone are the subtle distortion, phase errors and tape hiss. I grew up with these (my old 4-track cassette changed my life!), and I don’t think I’ve ever met anybody who complains about tape hiss, not that there's really any on a high speed Revox...

    Make your mixes sound individual, edgy and slightly unpredictable and stand out from the crowd.

    Enjoy, share and subscribe to my channel!

  • The 24 Track Rule - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Today I want to make the case that you shouldn't need more than 24 tracks to record your songs.

    In this digital world of unlimited track counts we are set up for failure.

    More tracks doesn't mean better sound. Usually, it's the opposite. And today I'm going to give you 3 reasons why 24 tracks is the number to shoot for.

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

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    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.

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  • The TRUTH About Proper Gain Staging in Your Mix

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    It seems like every audio channel out there wants you to believe that you can get better mixes simply by using proper gain staging.
    This is a total MYTH!
    It drives me crazy when I see all the hype around gain staging online, so I finally had to make this video.
    Here's the truth behind some of the myths and misinformation about gain staging, PLUS a real-time demonstration of the dead simple way I handle gain staging in my mixes.

    Watch this video to FREE YOURSELF from pointless time-wasting activities and start focusing on what actually makes your mixes better!

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  • The Death of the Analog Mixing Desk - a modern Studio Engineers perspective

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    Today's talking piece is about how I no longer use a mixing desk in my day-to-day production duties, and how the Allen & Heath monster behind me is now little but a relic, showpiece and overblown headphone mixer (when needed).

    I've recorded through Amek, Neve and SSL desk (all of which deserve high praise and to be kept in service, if the studios can afford the maintenance and upkeep) but apart from super-expensive hardware, the game seems to be up for the desk.

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  • Is This Microphone The FUTURE Of Recording? - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    17:34

    Lewitt LCT 640TS: OUR FAVOURITE MIC! | Demo & Giveaway ➡️➡️Click here to enter to win a LCT 640 TS:

    The LCT 640 TS is a 1 multi-pattern studio microphone that delivers full, crisp, yet well-balanced sound works on any source. You can use this mic for precise vocal and instrument recording, making it the Swiss army knife of studio mics. The LCT 640 TS works as a traditional multi-pattern microphone, a stereo microphone, and a mic that can change the polar pattern after the fact. This mic will make your vocals sound larger-than-life and your instruments full and vibrant.

    The LCT 640 TS also features the revolutionary Dual Output Mode. This feature changes the way we think about the recording process. When you use it, you'll send the front and the back of the capsule's diaphragm to two individual outputs. This mode allows for perfectly-in-phase stereo recording with just this mic alone! Simply point the mic sideways to the source and adapt the stereo width in the mix. Every mic also undergoes a series of measurements followed by adjustment of polarization voltage to achieve the same sensitivity in every microphone, which is what Lewitt calls their Perfect Match Technology. If you add more LCT 640 TS microphones to your collection, you can use any two of this as a stereo pair.

    With the Dual Output Mode activated, the LCT 640 TS also lets you set the polar pattern dynamically. You can change and fine-tune you material recorded via the Dual Output Mode and also choose between the five classic polar patterns that you usually find in a multi-pattern workhorse for studio recording, including: omni, wide caridoid, cardioid, supercardioid, and figure-8.

    In addition, by combining this mic with Lewitt's POLARIZER plugin, you can conveniently change and fine-tune your material recorded via Dual Output Mode. You can now add or subtract room sound in post-production during mixing.


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  • 4 Reasons to Have a Mixer in Your Home Studio

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  • Should You Be Hybrid Mixing? Neve Genesys Control | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    We’re big we’re bad and we’re back for another Frequently Asked Questions Friday!

    Today’s featured question is “Given the choice, would you rather mix through a console, summing or in the box? Why would you choose any one of those three?”

    There is something about a console that I love, but I don’t really mix on a console.


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  • 4 Core Concepts You Must Know To Mix On Any DAW - RecordingRevolution.com

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  • Vocal Production, Part 3: Recording Vocals in the Studio

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    In Part 3 of iZotope's Vocal Production series, GRAMMY-winning record producer, audio engineer, and educator Prince Charles Alexander (P. Diddy, Mary J. Blige, Notorious B.I.G.) coaches Nicole Timm (vocalist and songwriter) as she records vocal takes in the studio. Learn vocal recording tips and techniques, and check out parts 1 and 2:

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  • How to Make Your Bedroom Studio Sound Great - Sweetwater GearFest 2016

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    Mitch Gallagher sits down with studio design legend Russ Berger and acoustics expert Gavin Haverstick for this interview at Sweetwater's GearFest 2016.

    The recipient of eight TEC awards for acoustics and facility design, Russ has more than 2,500 design projects to his credit. He is particularly proud of his work with Sweetwater, including the design of the recording studios and the lecture/performance hall; acoustics, sound isolation, and noise control for the music store expansion; and design of the production facility for the You Tube Channel.

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  • Mixing a Song From Scratch - In the Box - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:43:43

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  • Real Gear Vs. Plugins | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    20:58

    Can we get the same sound in the box with emulators and amp sims as we would with real physical equipment? What’s the benefit?

    Leave me some questions in the comment section to be answered in the upcoming FAQ Friday episodes!


    ➡️➡️We cover the following questions during this episode of FAQ Friday!
    • Regarding choosing the busses, is it something you do specific to your console or were you going down the line to choose the next available one? (0:47)
    • I am a singer/songwriter and the only thing I record using a microphone is vocals all Guitars are direct in line then amp sims for electrics and drums are addictive drums. Have you ever done mix in the box for this kind of production? (3:58)
    • When working on a track, at what point in the mix do you submit that track to the artist/producer for comments and questions? (5:25)
    • Is there a standard procedure for using doubles in genres? Dave Grohl is Exclusively using doubles, right? (7:50)
    • Do you only mix by Ear or do you go By feel also? (9:35)
    •Would a song not only being mixed in the box but also recorded in the box sound different than one that’s been recorded using real amps, Mics and. Mixed on real physical. Equipment?(11:43)
    • My band is recording. Some originals in a stupidly small studio so we have to use electric drums. How would you improve the ‘Machine Gun Rolls’ especially on toms? (17:48)




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  • How to setup a computer DAW & external MIDI hardware studio

    7:04

    Integrating hardware MIDI synths, samplers & drum machines etc into a computer music studio. You don't need a mixer. This is how to setup your computer DAW (Cubase, Logic, Pro-Tools etc) & External MIDI hardware studio using any 8 Line-input audio interface.

  • How to Mix Rap Vocals

    15:46

    Learn how to mix rap vocals from start to finish to make them pop against an instrumental. In this tutorial, we're working with Kyle Bent's track Profound.

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  • Can you EQ programmed Drums? | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    18:45

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    “With programmed drums, can you use the same EQ principles that you’ve gone over or has this already been done in the programming stage?”

    As you probably know a couple of weeks ago I talked about the fact that I’m going to be releasing my own drum samples in a way that you can really get into velocities and all that kind of stuff. I did record them the way that I like to hear them.

    However, like Al Schmitt, I don’t EQ a lot on the way in. I do it mainly on the mix- there will be a little bit of EQ applied to the drums to give them the sound that I want.

    ➡️Questions Covered in this weeks FAQ Friday:
    • What monitors control are you using to switch between the three sets of speakers? (0:45)
    • How do you set up your split console for mixing? Do you have several analog mix templates that you return to depending on the artist material you’re working with? (1:32)
    • With program drums, can you use the same EQ principles that you’ve gone over or has this already been done in the programming stage? (5:59)
    • I also EQ before reverb, is there ever a reason to EQ afterwards? (8:45)
    • What books are standing on the back of the mixer and why do you keep them there? (10:00)
    • When you mention “Glue” on parts like drum kit, how can we define that without being subjective? Is it standard distortion similar to EQ or compression? Or all of the above? What creates that effect in your experience? (14:41)

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  • Mixing in the Box With Headphones - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:49:38

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  • 3 Golden Rules for Low End Hip Hop Mixing | Lu Diaz

    9:35

    Multi-platinum producer/mixer Lu Diaz (Jay Z, Kodak Black, Pitbull) gives 3 tips for blending 808s and kicks to get a clean, punchy low end in your tracks. Get more hip hop production tips:

    1:16 Tip #1: Enhancing 808 Harmonics & Tone
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  • Mixing Vocals and Guitar from scratch - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:28:54

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  • Recording a song all over the world - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    7:13

    This song features Gordon McNeil & Steve Maggiora!

    This video was recorded all over the world, some here in Los Angeles and some in the Highlands of Scotland with Mr.Gordon McNeil. In addition to recording drums Gordon gives you some insight to the equipment he uses and how he records with it.


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  • Recording Rock Guitars With Bradley Cook - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Bradley assisted Eric Valentine on projects over the years, while also venturing off on major projects of his own at various studios—notably Grandmaster Recorders, which was unfortunately sold for redevelopment nearly two years ago.Bradley brings 30 years’ experience as an audio engineer to the table, and his résumé speaks for itself!

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  • Home Studios 10 Years Ago To Now - RecordingRevolution.com

    16:18

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    In today’s video, I recap my experience of what home studios were like 10 years ago, and how awesome they are these days.

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  • Perfect Acoustics on Headphones: Inside the Abbey Road Studio 3 Plugin

    7:11

    How can you achieve perfect room acoustics inside your headphones? Abbey Road’s Mirek Stiles shows how you can use any pair of headphones to mix inside the legendary Abbey Road Studio 3 control room: Learn more:

    The Waves Abbey Road Studio 3 plugin brings the perfect acoustics of the Abbey Road Studio 3 control room to your headphones, so you always trust the production and mixing decisions you are making. Try out the plugin:

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