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Playlist of 3 DAW Mistakes Home Studio Owners Are Making

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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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    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!

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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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    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.

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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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    Do You Need Acoustic Treatment? - RecordingRevolution.com

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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!

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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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    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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    4 Reasons to Have a Mixer in Your Home Studio

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

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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.

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    Dont Upgrade Your Gear - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Today I want to give you permission to not upgrade your home studio.

    In fact, I want you to experience the freedom that comes from not feeling the need to always upgrade.

    I hate feeling like I’m not in control. This is definitely true when it comes to gear upgrades.

    We’ve all been there: we excitedly bought a new piece of software, maybe your DAW, and a few months later a newer version is released. It has more power, better features, and a slick new design.

    Dang. Suddenly my “new” DAW doesn’t seem so awesome anymore.

    Let's talk about that...

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    3 Tips For Choosing Studio Monitors - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Looking to purchase a pair of studio monitors (speakers) for your home studio and don't know where to start?

    This video will help you out!

    Today I want to give you three simple tips to help you narrow down the options and get the right pair of monitors for you and your studio. Let's dive in!

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    Why The Pros Dont Rush Recording - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Last week I spent a couple of days in Nashville recording with 3 time Grammy winning producer Jacquire King.

    One of the biggest things I noticed was how slow and deliberate he was in the recording phase. Nothing was rushed.

    And there's a big reason why: rushing your recordings only makes mixing harder, slower, and less successful.

    Taking your time in the tracking phase leads to better results.

    But just going slow isn't the goal - being intentional is. Today I want to share with you two things Jacquire did (that you can do as well) to capture really great sounding recordings.

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    5 MiXiNg mISTAkes ThAt eNGiNeErS aND mUsic pROdUCers mAke

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    I think these 5 mixing mistakes that engineers and music producers make video are stupid! Those tips of videos hurt music more than anything else. We live in a time where people think you can buy a template and be a pro. Usually the aim of those videos are to click bait you into buying some garbage or worse! Becareful of the people you take advice from on the internet.

    Shout out to Warren Huart at Produce Like A Pro
    He's the only person I'd listen to on this subject!
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    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.

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    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.

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    5 Effects To Make Your Vocals More Interesting- RecordingRevolution.com

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    Do your vocals sound boring or lifeless?

    Perhaps they were recorded and performed well, but just need a little something to spice them and make them pop?

    Let me offer you 5 simple effects (that you already have in your software most likely) that can help take your vocals from zero to hero.

    Whenever you get stuck with mixing vocals, simply reach for one or two of these effects to see if they can give your vocals a little lift.

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

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    I don’t care which DAW you use, if you can grasp these four concepts you can churn out a great mix.

    Consequently, if you know these concepts well, you’ll never be locked into any single DAW or mixing platform. You can mix on anything!

    Why is this important?

    Because to be a well rounded mix engineer, you want to have the mixing theory down so that you can remain flexible and well equipped to work wherever, on whatever is available.

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    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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    Eric Boulanger: World Class Mastering Engineer - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Eric Boulanger has mastered many GRAMMY-winning Albums and is the founder of The Bakery studio, and is also an accomplished studio violinist. His unique talent has afforded him the opportunity to spend time in both the studio as well as on stage.

    Eric began studying classical violin at 3 years old and has accrued over twenty years of professional experience as a musician. He has also trained at renowned institutions, including Juilliard and the Manhattan School of Music.

    As an exceptional mastering engineer, Eric has worked on numerous GRAMMY-winning/nominated projects by Green Day, Selena Gomez, Imagine Dragons, Neil Young, and Rufus Wainwright, amongst many others.

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    How To Build A Home Studio For Under $150 - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Compressor Before Equalizer or After EQ - Highly Recommended Pro Mixing Masterclass

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    Compressor Before Equalizer or After EQ. This Professional Audio Mixing Masterclass Must Be Watched! Audio Engineering Tips on Mixing to Get Pro Sound. To Attend a free trial class of this Audio Production Course send email to: andrewzeleno@gmail.com

    In This Video We Will Talk About: How to Process Drums, Instruments and Vocals in the professional way. You can use this knowledge for any genre like EDM, Rock, Hip Hop, Pop, Metal, Jazz, Orchestral Music whatever. We'll talk about how to mix a kick, how to mix a snare. You'll see how to make decisions on EQ settings and Compressor Settings and how they affect each other. We'll be using FabFilter Ppro-Q EQ and we'll talk about muddiness, attack, low punch, fundamental tone, frequency balance, frequency analyzer from Izotope Ozone, sub frequencies, how to boost lows and highs, proper Sweep EQ technique, room resonances, standing ways, different types of compressor, tight sounding or loosy sounding compressors, how they affect on a transient and sustain. We'll check UAD SSL Channel plugin with output transformer emulation to control gain staging. We'll be using Console 1 Controller with SSL Channel Strip and British Class A Compressor which is Neve 2254 with custom features. We'll check Softube Summit Audio TLA-100A Compressor with correct and incorrect settings. Also UAD 1176 Compressor. Also we'll check SSL Duende SSL Channel in combination with other plugins. The most important you'll find out priceless ideas how to see audio processing as a real audio engineer who considers audio parameters instead of just collecting setting from famous mixers.

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    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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    Top Down Mixing In PreSonus Studio One - RecordingRevolution.com

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    My favorite way of mixing is called Top Down Mixing.

    The benefits are clear: you mix faster, use fewer plugins, free up computer power, get a more natural sound and have more confidence along the way.

    Today I'm showing you how to use the concept of Top Down Mixing with the stock plugins that come with PreSonus Studio One.

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    Vocal EQ Preset - RecordingRevolution.com

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    ►► Overwhelmed by EQ when mixing? Just download my FREE 7 Step EQ Checklist →

    How should you EQ vocals when mixing? Well every vocal is different so the lame answer is It Depends.

    However I have a go-to vocal EQ preset that I use on EVERY vocal I mix and you can set one up yourself in just 3 simple steps.

    Consider this vocal EQ preset as a starting point for your vocals, but honestly 90% of the time it's all my vocals need when comes to EQ in the mix.

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    Audio Test Kitchen Has Revolutionized the Microphone Shootout - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    ➡️➡️Audio Test Kitchen Has Revolutionized the Microphone Shootout:

    We recently met with the fantastic Alex Oana at Gold-Diggers in Los Angeles to check out his rather amazing endeavors with Audio Test Kitchen!

    Audio Test Kitchen is a free online resource aiming to change the way we audition microphones. They've partnered with top pro audio manufacturers to provide the most comprehensive gear comparison platform ever! At the core of what makes Audio Test Kitchen such a valuable resource is the elimination of the many, many variables in typical mic shootouts. You're able to hear 225 different mics exactly as they are on a variety of different sound sources!

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    Reaper DAW 101 Part 2:- Inbuilt Effects

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    If you haven't already seen part 1 of this series, where we cover the basics, check out the playlist here:-

    Today we're looking at Reaper's inbuilt VST effects, such as ReaDelay, ReaComp, ReaEQ and ReaVerb, amongst many more.

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    15:22 - EQ - ReaEQ
    23:47 - Delay - ReaDelay
    27:46 - Honourable Mentions - ReaCast etc
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    36:42 - Reverb + IRs - ReaVerbate and ReaVerb

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    How You Should Pan Your Tracks When Mixing - RecordingRevolution.com

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    When it comes to panning your tracks in a mix there is a lot to consider.

    How much width and separation do you need? How many tracks are you dealing with? What does the arrangement flow like?

    Today I want to break down my complete philosophy and method for panning so you get the biggest, widest, and most impactful mix possible.

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    Connecting My Hardware to Software // New Studio Setup - Walkthrough

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    This video i show the basics of connecting hardware to my laptop, and how i run all audio into seperate Ableton Channels. More of a vlog packed with helpful information along the way!

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    Mixing Vocals and Guitar from scratch - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    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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    Stupid Simple Recording Tricks

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    Michael Romanowski: Grammy-Nominated Mastering Engineer - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Michael Romanowski is a Grammy-nominated mastering engineer from the San Francisco Bay Area, currently based in Berkeley. He is the owner and chief mastering engineer of Coast Mastering, as well as the co-founder and co-owner of an exclusive reel-to-reel tape record label, called The Tape Project. Additionally, Michael is heavily involved with the Recording Academy. He is a former President of the the San Francisco Chapter, previous Co-Chair of the National Planning and Governance Committee, former Trustee of the San Francisco Chapter, and he currently serves on the Producers & Engineers Wing Steering Committee.

    Michael has been a key figure in fostering San Francisco’s musical diversity since 1994, contributing heavily to its sound, and in the process becoming a national expert on the art and science of mastering. He’s contributed to or played a role in all of the following publications and societies: Mix Magazine, Electronic Musician, AES, NAMM, SXSW, Tape Op, Potluck Con, AES Mexico, and AES Europe.

    His extensive credits include Third Eye Blind, Pat Monahan, Devotchka, Chuck Prophet, Alasdair Fraser, Los Amigos Invisibles, Laura Pausini, Pentatonix, Matt Nathanson, Jacqui Naylor, Will Kimbrough, The Dynamites, Ant Banks, Train, Peter Case, America, Norton Buffalo, Too $hort, Colorado Symphony, Chanticleer, Dredg, !!!, Junior Toots, Bad Finger, and quite literally thousands more. According to his AES membership profile, he has been involved with as many as 3000 projects over the course of his celebrated career.



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    3 Reasons Reaper Has A Leg Up On The Competition

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    Reaper might just be the most competitive DAW on the market, with it's insane feature set and flexibility. What are your thoughts - leave them in the comments below...

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    The World Famous Hansa Studios in Berlin - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Hansa Studios started in the early '60s as a small recording space in the headquarters of Hansa Music Production. The Hansa Records label was founded in 1962, a year after construction of the Berlin Wall, by brothers Peter and Thomas Meisel.

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

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    If you don’t know who Bradley Cook is, he is an engineer who’s worked with countless amazing artists, including Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Counting Crows, Isaac Hayes, Ben Harper, Fishbone, and Everclear. He calls Barefoot Recording a home away from home, having worked there on and off since the studio’s renovation and rebranding in 2000.

    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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    Can you REALLY make great sounding music in a home studio?

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    How To Mix A Song From Scratch - Compression - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Part 4 of 6 - Why do songs on the radio have so much punch, power, and energy when a lot of home studio mixes sound flat?

    The answer is well executed compression. It can be the difference maker between a mix that is lifeless and one that jumps out of the speakers.

    Today I want to show you how to use a compressor when mixing - whether on a vocal or a synth, compression can give you that upfront sound you're looking for!

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    The iCon Platform M+: The Best Compact Controller For Production?

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    Today we swing the Icon Platform M Plus into action to show its great power and flexibility, making this control surface one of the best and most practical choice for production and mixing.

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    Mix the Most Important Instrument First - RecordingRevolution.com

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    Which instrument in your mix is the most important?

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    In this video I share what I personally think is the most important instrument and then show you why you should mix that instrument first!

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    I Tried Presonus Studio One 4!

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

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    Al Schmitt: The Most Successful Engineer of All Time - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Al Schmitt is a recording engineer and and producer. At 88 years old, with a career spanning 7 decades, Al has won 23 Grammy Awards and recorded/produced over 150 gold and platinum albums. Needless to say, he is the most successful engineer/mixer in history, despite not necessarily being a household name. His legacy has seemingly flown under the radar, despite his name almost certainly being on a record (or several) in your collection.

    Schmitt was inducted into the TEC Awards Hall of Fame in 1997; in 2006, he was received the Grammy Trustees Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2014, he received an honorary doctorate from Berklee College of Music. A few years back, in 2015, Schmitt received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, just outside the Capitol Records building which has been his second home since 1976. To date, he is the only recording engineer with a star, recognizing his contributions to the music industry.

    With over 1100 credits on Allmusic (Henry Mancini, Steely Dan, Jefferson Airplane, Bob Dylan, George Benson, Toto, Natalie Cole, Quincy Jones, Diana Krall, etc.), much of his success and career sustainability stems from his firm analogue groundings and his talent to adapt new technologies to improve on the old. His sound is famous for being open and clean, allowing the best natural qualities of instruments to shine.

    Al Schmitt is nothing short of a living legend and one of the most important figures in recording history.

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    The #1 Problem with Home Studios - 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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    Why Chris Lord Alge Makes His Yamaha NS10 Monitors Quiet

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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.

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