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  • Add Instant Clarity To Your Mix - RecordingRevolution.com

    9:45

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    Do you have a muddy mix? Are you looking for that clarity and openness that your favorite mixes have?

    Turns out there's one SUPER simple move you can make in your mixes that can INSTANTLY bring more clarity to your mix.

    And the good news? You already have the tools you need to pull this off.

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  • How The Pros Use EQ - How To EQ All Instruments and Your Mixes

    36:44

    Secrets of How The Pros Use EQ - Parametric, Graphic and Filters on All Instruments. Where The Sweet Spots Are On All Instruments.

    In this video I will show you how all types of Equalizers. The great Boost and Cut sweet spots of all the Individual Drums, Bass, Guitars, Piano, Organ and Strings. I discuss all my favorite Analog and Digital EQ's:
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  • How to Use EQ for Clarity

    5:43

    Fun example from a client mix of subtle EQ changes that make something much more clear and audible in the mix.

  • Mixroom by Mastering the Mix | Mixing & Mastering EQ | Quick Start Tutorial

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    In this video tutorial, Joshua Casper shows you around Mixroom, the brand-new mixing and mastering EQ VST Plugin by Mastering the Mix, in Quick Start Guide fashion.

    About Mixroom

    MIXROOM is an intelligent EQ that guides you to set the perfect balance of richness and clarity whether you’re working on a vocal, a synth or mastering your music.

    MIXROOM analyses your audio and shows you which frequencies could be adjusted to improve your sound. The EQ target suggestion helps you get a solid starting point, from which you can tweak your sound to suit your preference.

    Key Benefits
    Specifically designed EQ filters that deliver maximum clarity & transparency in the mid and high-frequency range.
    Genre and channel-specific EQ target suggestions to take out the guesswork and give you pro-sounding results in seconds.
    Create your own EQ targets by importing reference tracks so you can get closer to the sound of your favourite tracks.
    Level match pointer on output gain to help you make sure you're making real improvements to your music.
    Super-fast workflow with easily adjustable EQ bands and mid-side functionality.
    Clear and immersive mixing experience with the retina 3D & fully resizable user interface.

    How to use MIXROOM in 4 Simple Steps

    1. Load On Master or individual Channel

    You can use MIXROOM to EQ anything in your session. It works great on vocals, instruments, grouped buses, or on your master channel.

    2a. Choose A Preset

    To get the most value from MIXROOM, start by selecting a preset that best suits the material you’re working on.

    2b. Or Create A Target

    You can create your own target values to help you get closer to the sound of your favorite tracks. Do this by clicking the target icon in the bottom left corner of MIXROOM and importing reference tracks.

    3. Shape Your Sound

    Now monitor a full-bodied section of your audio. The Target EQ Curve takes out the guesswork and helps you dial in pro-sounding results in seconds. The ‘Add Smart Bands’ button will instantly load EQ bands that match the Target EQ Curve to give you a great starting point. MIXROOM’s unique and specifically designed EQ filters give you maximum clarity & transparency when shaping your audio.

    4. Level Match

    The EQ adjustments may have changed the perceived loudness of your audio making it difficult to hear whether the changes you’ve made are improving your sound. Match the gain slider to the level match pointer to match the perceived loudness of your audio before it passed through MIXROOM. This allows you subjectively hear how the changes have affected your sound.

    5. Hear The Difference!

    Whether your audio is muddy, dull, thin, harsh, or even almost perfect, MIXROOM helps you elevate your mix to get the perfect balance of richness and clarity.

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  • Add Presence To Your Mixes

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  • EQ Tutorial: The Basics of How to EQ Properly

    15:22

    This tutorial will teach you the fundamentals of EQ or Equalization using the Parametric EQ 2 in FL Studio 12, and how to EQ, carve or shape any instrument or sound to your liking. This knowledge can be transferred to just about any equalizer in any DAW (Digital Audio Workstation).

    00:28 - Introduction to Frequencies
    00:42 - What is the Frequency Spectrum?
    01:21 - Where Sounds or Instruments Live in the Frequency Spectrum
    02:11 - Example #1: Kick Drum
    02:56 - Example #2: Clap
    03:18 - Example #3: Hi-hat
    03:42 - Example #4: Bassline
    03:56 - Example #5: Pluck
    04:16 - What is EQ or Equalization?
    04:31 - Uses of EQ
    04:54 - Compression Tutorial
    05:01 - Fruity Parametric EQ 2 - 7 Band Equalizer
    05:09 - What are Bands?
    05:16 - Band Properties
    05:21 - Frequency
    05:29 - Amount
    05:49 - Shape/Type
    06:42 - (Breasts)
    08:17 - Bandwidth, Resonance or Q
    09:05 - Order (Steep vs. Gentle)
    10:08 - Recap of Band Properties
    10:46 - EQ is an ART!
    11:14 - EQ Example
    11:50 - Targeting and Cutting a Resonating Frequency
    12:20 - A/B Compare
    12:42 - Low Cutting Frequencies
    13:19 - Make-up Gain
    14:12 - Practice, practice, practice!

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  • How to Add Separation and Clarity to your Mixes

    5:49

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    It can often be a struggle trying to hear all the different instruments in a mix, and it’s tempting to just keep throwing plugins on tracks to try and force them into submission.

    The good news is there are 3 simple strategies you can use to create separation and clarity in your mixes, with minimal processing and far better results!

  • Tips for Increasing Clarity in a Mix

    7:07

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    Hey, folks. Matthew Weiss here — weiss-Sound.com, theproaudiofiles.com, mixingwitheq.com.

    I'm on the road right now, but I wanted to keep up with some of these vlogs. I talked about fix concepts in mixing, and the first one that I listed was clarity, so I want to talk about that.

    Clarity is the ability to hear things in a mix. You have a mix with kick, snare, hi-hats, bass, guitars, a couple of guitar layers maybe, some synth, strings, maybe an acoustic guitar, some vocals... We might want to hear all of these elements in the mix. Sometimes we don't.

    What's important is to understand the role that everything is playing, because clarity hinges on the idea of knowing what's supposed to live where. So, for example, let's say we have a rhythm guitar part, and we want it to sound really big.

    Well, we might do as many as six doubles of that guitar. We might do it in a lower tone, a mid-range tone, and a treble-y tone, and layer them up. Do we really want to hear six different guitars, or do we just want to hear one really big guitar part?

    Probably the latter. So, it's important to understand that not everything needs to be clear. That's a starting point. The other thing is that when something does need to be clear, we need to also assign precedence. So, for example. The vocals and the electric guitar.

    Those both probably need to be heard pretty clearly in your average rock mix. However, which takes precedence? Well, that's going to depend on the part and the arrangement, the point in the song, your intention, but the fact is, is that if they're interfering with each other in some way, do we get the vocal out of the way of the guitar, or do we get the guitar out of the way of the vocal?If we don't know, a lot of times we end up not doing either. We sort of just try and make everything clear, and that leads to some problems, which is what I'm about to talk about now.

    Clarity is not always about subtractive EQ. I find that people tend to be pretty polarized with EQ in general. They're either doing lots of engineer-y style subtractive EQ, or they're doing a lot of balls to the wall additive EQ, and very little in between. Like they're just trying to polarize how they treat things tonally, and that doesn't really make sense.

    The problem with using exclusively additive, or focusing on additive EQ is that it creates a domino effect. You add 2 kHz to a vocal to hear it, then suddenly you're adding top end to the guitar to hear that, then suddenly you're adding top end to the hi-hat because they're not bright and sting-y anymore, and now the vocal is getting masked again. So we're adding more 2kHz and top end to the vocal, and what ends up happening is you get these really harsh, and actually not very clear mixes at the end of the day.

    Subtractive EQ, we get sort of a different effect. If we don't have goals and intentions, and we're just sort of trying to make everything sound clear, we often get a very clear mix, but we kind of get a lifeless mix that's sort of two-dimensional, and that's because a lot of those tones that we tend to cut, like the microphone proximity tones, and some of the dirtier room tones tend to live around 300-600 Hz, and we tend to etch out a narrow lot because there's a lot of stuff in there that we frequently don't want, but if we do it too much, if we're not using discretion about it, we end up taking out a lot of the depth of the sound, and we end up making things thin.

    So yeah, everything can be heard, but it all kind of sounds “bleh,” like, why would we want to do that? We don't.

    So, we have to be okay with frequencies overlapping. Do you need 1kHz or below in a hi-hat? Not really, no. But, might you want it? Well, yeah, there's a percussive energy that's in there that's going to live around 500Hz, and we don't necessarily want to totally eliminate that.

    Maybe we do, it's going to depend on the record, but you know, in a lot of records, we're going to want to feel the punch in the hi-hat, so we don't want to high-pass our hi-hat at 2kHz. We're going to lose all that low end.

    But, we probably don't want whatever is living under that 500Hz. We probably don't need whatever is under 200Hz in the hi-hat. That's unlikely. So we might want to get rid of that.

    So it's about choosing importance. It's about figuring out what we want to convey, and then doing it.

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  • Tips for Vocal Clarity

    9:52

    Vocals are a critical element of your song, but it's often quite difficult to get them to sit in the mix properly.

    In this tutorial, you'll learn some useful techniques to carve out space in your mix for your lead vocal.

    ADSR Instructor Stephen Ellestad demonstrates how to make space with frequency notching, sidechain compression and using compression and predelay to create separation from other elements that share frequencies and real estate in the mix, such as backing vocals or pads.

    As a matter of fact, these same techniques are commonly used for just about any other element that needs priority, especially kicks, basses and lead lines.

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  • Josh Wilbur - Using Multiple Instances of EQ to Add Clarity and Balance to Your Mixes

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    - How to use subtractive EQ to add clarity to your mixes
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  • 2-Minute Tips: Add Clarity and Presence to Vocals

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    Duplicate your lead vocal track and then use Neutron 2’s Track Assistant with settings of Upfront + High to give your vocal clarity and power.

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  • How To EQ The Midrange - UnderstandingAudio.com

    20:42

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    EQ an incredibly powerful tool to help you get great mixes… when it’s applied the right way. Just like any of the tools in our mixing arsenal.

    A lack of understanding of EQ is one of the main reasons why it can take someone up to 2 years to figure out how to mix. They might have an idea of how to use it but they don’t know why it’s used.

    Midrange EQ in particular is incredibly important to a great mix but the midrange often confuses us the most. Without a nice balance in this frequency range, it’s easy for our mixes to sound muddy, boxy, honky or nasal. If the midrange is a mystery to you, then today’s video is for you.

    Not only am I going to show you how to EQ the midrange, but I’m going to show you how it fits into your mixing method. Remember that this is part 2 of a 3 part series on how to develop and perfect your mixing method.

    After watching this video you’ll know:

    Why we use EQ
    What fundamentals, harmonics and overtones are
    Why the midrange is so important
    How to monitor only the midrange
    How to A/B all of your EQ changes for every instrument at once
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  • My 7 best EQ Techniques for Mixing

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    In this video, I show you 7 of the best eq techniques I know for mixing. Cutting, boosting, and a few tips that will probably blow your mind. Or maybe not. Guess you'll have to watch the video ^^.

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  • EQ Tutorial For Better Cleaner Mixes

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    In this video I go over why you should highpass instruments for a cleaner mix. I cover how in electronic music synthesized instruments differ from acoustic instruments on the harmonic spectrum and why using this technique works. Lastly, I cover the concept of headroom and why one must make sacrifices in a mix in favor of other things.

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  • Tutorial: How to Use EQs in Your DJ Mixes

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    Want to improve your DJ mixes? EQs can help. EQs - or equalizers - adjust the loudness of sound in a range of frequencies. This video is an introduction to how you can use EQs in your DJ mixes to create more seamless transitions between your tracks.

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  • Getting Clarity in Your Mixes

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    A quick, but informative description of getting clarity in your mixes by using High Pass Filters!

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  • How to EQ Sweep the right way - UnderstandingAudio.com

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    EQ sweeping is the most effective technique for finding and cutting problem frequencies in your mix.

    While it’s an incredibly powerful technique, it’s important to remember that you use it the right way.

    In this video, I’m going to show you how I learned about EQ sweeping, why we EQ sweep, how EQ sweeping affects compression, the mistakes I’ve made with this technique in the past and how you can easily avoid those when it comes to your mixes…

  • Create Space and Separation in Your Mix

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    By request: Essential concepts for achieving dynamic, wide and exciting mixes with a clear sense of space and separation! In Part 1, we'll cover controlling energy with EQ, compression, levels and balancing.

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  • EQ Tutorial - Basics

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  • TMT | Mixing Bass for Small Speakers with Harmonic Saturation Tutorial | WavesFactory Spectre

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    In this two minute tuesday video tutorial, Joshua Casper shows you two make you sub bass be heard through laptop and cellphone speakers by using Spectre by Waves Factory to add harmonic saturation and distortion to the audio signal.

    Spectre is a unique plugin that uses EQ filters to pinpoint areas of the frequency spectrum and while boosting the frequency range also colors the audio signal by adding harmonic saturation and distortion. This is very useful to a number of applications.

    Spectre is a sound-shaping tool that combines the best features of an enhancer coupled with a graphical parametric equaliser.

    Spectre processes the difference between the input signal and the EQ signal, introducing harmonic content to just the part of the spectrum that you want from a variety of saturation algorithms based on classic recording hardware.

    Spectre can be used on individual tracks, sub-mixes, the entire mix and is ideal for mastering.

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  • How to add depth to your mix with proximity:EQ+

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  • Synth Pads Tutorials: Tips To Mix Pads Into Any Song | Soundoracle.net

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    This week’s tutorial is another exciting installment in our “Fundamental Series”. The fundamental frequencies of synth pads. Understanding these fundamental frequencies can be a key factor in bettering your engineer skills. Website:

    Pads are commonly used in modern music, especially in Pop, Hip-Hop, & R&B music. This synth-based instrument can add a lot of depth & space to a song. Pads can be a great tool for creating ambient moods too. Though beautiful in sound, pads can take up a ton of room in the mix & they become very greedy when it comes to taking up space on the frequency spectrum.

    In this video we discuss a detailed analysis of the fundamental frequencies of pads. We will talk about & demonstrate what specific boosted frequencies will help pads sound full & lush. We also take a look at different frequencies that should be cut to avoid muddiness & overcrowding throughout your mix.

    As with any aspect of music, the type of synth pad & song vary with frequencies; however, these key elements will point you in the right direction of lush sounding pads. Your listeners & fans will enjoy the polished sound these techniques bring to your pads without sounding muddy or thin.

    Follow along as professional engineer Eric “Realistic” Michael gives you a step-by-step guide on choosing the right frequencies to boost & cut for pads.

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  • How To Mix

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    This tutorial will show you how to properly EQ sounds in order to make your mix sound crisp and clear.
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    EQ stands for Equalize. is one of the most important tools available to you when it comes to mixing. This video will teach you the most important aspects of EQing.
    EQ is extremely important in order to make a mix sound good.

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  • How to EQ Vocals - 5 Tips for CLEAN Vocals!

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  • Mixroom by Mastering the Mix | Tutorial | How to Create Custom EQ Curve Targets

    5:31

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    In this video tutorial, Joshua Casper shows you how to create custom EQ curve targets in Mixroom by Mastering the Mix. You will learn how to import multiple songs or individual stems, make selections, remove selections or clear all selections, create the targets and then add smart bands.

    Mixroom comes with many EQ Curve Target Presets, but it is really easy to create your own.

    *NOTE: When importing multiple files, MIxroom will generate an EQ Curve from the average of the files and/or the selections within the files.

    MIXROOM will create targets based on all the tracks loaded into the analysis window. You can analyze up to 20 tracks.

    The transport bar below the waveform allows you to preview the audio of your selected reference track. You’ll need to enable input monitoring to audition tracks (press play in your DAW). Click + Drag to create and adjust loops. Alt + Click on a loop to delete it, Alt + Click outside a loop to delete all loops on that track.

    About Mixroom

    MIXROOM is an intelligent EQ that guides you to set the perfect balance of richness and clarity whether you’re working on a vocal, a synth or mastering your music.

    MIXROOM analyses your audio and shows you which frequencies could be adjusted to improve your sound. The EQ target suggestion helps you get a solid starting point, from which you can tweak your sound to suit your preference.

    Key Benefits
    Specifically designed EQ filters that deliver maximum clarity & transparency in the mid and high-frequency range.
    Genre and channel-specific EQ target suggestions to take out the guesswork and give you pro-sounding results in seconds.
    Create your own EQ targets by importing reference tracks so you can get closer to the sound of your favourite tracks.
    Level match pointer on output gain to help you make sure you're making real improvements to your music.
    Super-fast workflow with easily adjustable EQ bands and mid-side functionality.
    Clear and immersive mixing experience with the retina 3D & fully resizable user interface.

    How to use MIXROOM in 4 Simple Steps

    1. Load On Master or individual Channel

    You can use MIXROOM to EQ anything in your session. It works great on vocals, instruments, grouped buses, or on your master channel.

    2a. Choose A Preset

    To get the most value from MIXROOM, start by selecting a preset that best suits the material you’re working on.

    2b. Or Create A Target

    You can create your own target values to help you get closer to the sound of your favorite tracks. Do this by clicking the target icon in the bottom left corner of MIXROOM and importing reference tracks.

    3. Shape Your Sound

    Now monitor a full-bodied section of your audio. The Target EQ Curve takes out the guesswork and helps you dial in pro-sounding results in seconds. The ‘Add Smart Bands’ button will instantly load EQ bands that match the Target EQ Curve to give you a great starting point. MIXROOM’s unique and specifically designed EQ filters give you maximum clarity & transparency when shaping your audio.

    4. Level Match

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  • EQ Explained in 4 Minutes: How to EQ For a Better Mix | LANDR Mix Tips #6

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    EQ is a massive subject for audio engineers. It’s so fundamental to the process that the majority of your mix time is probably spent tweaking EQ plugins.

    In this video I’ll go over everything you need to know to start using EQ like a pro—from the ground up.

    Imagine two instruments playing the same unison melody

    we notice the two sounds overlap, making it difficult to to hear them individually. This effect is called masking.

    EQ is used in mixing to help reduce the effect of masking so that each instrument can be heard clearly.

    To understand EQ, we need to talk about filters. Your EQ is essentially a specialized kind of filter. The characteristics of the filter determine a lot the sound of the EQ—and the best way to use it.

    If you break down the settings of an individual band of EQ, they all refer to basic characteristics of filters: type, slope, Q, and gain and frequency.

    I’ll explain each one and how they affect your sound.

    HPF/LPF: These filters are named for the frequencies they leave unaffected, rather than the range they cut. A low cut is known as a high-pass filter and a high cut is known as low-pass filter.

    Reach for these filter types when you need to clean up issues at the extreme ends of the spectrum.

    The steep drop-off around the corner frequency can easily tame boomy low-end or piercing ultra-high resonance.
    Bell: Bell filters are your standard tools boosting and cutting. Their shape can be manipulated using the Q parameter.

    This is your go-to choice for sculpting and tone-shaping. Boost or cut at specific points and decide how broadly to affect neighboring frequencies with the Q control.

    Shelf: Shelf or shelving filters boost or cut all frequencies above or below the corner frequency.

    This type is effective for making broad tonal changes. Think of low and high shelves like the tone controls on your stereo system.

    Q is short for quality factor. You can think of it as the “bandwidth” of an EQ band.

    Q values of less than 1 will give you broader EQ curves, while values greater than 1 will give you tighter, more selective boosts or cuts

    Gain determines the amount of boost or cut you apply with your EQ. It’s measured in dB. Positive gain values indicate a boost, while negative ones make it a cut.

    The frequency is the center of your EQ band’s action. This control determines the range where boosts or cuts will occur.

    It’s important to remember that there’s no such thing as a perfect filter. No matter how tightly you set your Q or how steep you make your slope, an EQ band will always affect a range of frequencies around the target.

    The first rule of EQ is less is more. Extreme tonal shifts can have a negative impact on your sound.

    The best way to use EQ is however you can get away with using the least.

    With that in mind, there are two main ways to approach EQ.

    Additive EQ means boosting frequencies to achieve the results you want, while Subtractive EQ means cutting offending frequencies out.

    There’s plenty of debate about whether it’s better to do one or the other.

    But if your goal is to use the least amount of EQ, you can simply choose whichever approach is the most direct route to your destination.

    For example, if you only need to cut one narrow range, using 3-4 bands to boost every other region of the spectrum is less transparent that using a single band to cut the main offender.

    On the other hand, if all you need to do to make a sound pop is boost one range, cutting everything else and applying makeup gain isn’t the quickest route.

    In the course of the mix process, you’ll probably use EQ on every single track in your session.

    With such an important tool, it’s important to have a solid foundation in how to use it.

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    In this video we discuss a detailed analysis of the fundamental frequencies of a piano. We talk about & demonstrate what specific boosted frequencies will help a piano become more presence in the mix without clashing with the rest of the music. We also take a look at different frequencies that should be cut to avoid muddiness & overcrowding throughout your mix.

    As with any aspect of music, the type of piano & song vary with frequencies; however, these key elements will point you in the right direction of a beautiful sounding piano. Your listeners & fans will appreciate the tastefulness these techniques bring to your piano without overcrowding the other instruments.

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    In only about 10 minutes, and changing only the snare, acoustics and vocal, I was able to dramatically improve the energy and excitement of this mix.

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    This tutorial will show you how to EQ pads properly, and how to make them fit in the mix. Pads take up a huge amount of space in a mix and often times they just won't fit.
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    You can use MIXROOM to EQ anything in your session. It works great on vocals, instruments, grouped buses, or on your master channel.

    To get the most value from MIXROOM, start by selecting a preset that best suits the material you’re working on. Or, you can create your own target values to help you get closer to the sound of your favorite tracks. Do this by clicking the target icon in the bottom left corner and importing reference tracks.

    Now monitor a full-bodied section of your audio. If you’re using MIXROOM for mastering then monitor the drop or chorus. The Target EQ Curve takes out the guesswork and helps you dial in pro-sounding results in seconds. The ‘Add Smart Bands’ button will instantly load EQ bands that match the Target EQ Curve to give you a great starting point. MIXROOM’s unique and specifically designed EQ filters give you maximum clarity & transparency when shaping your audio.

    MIXROOM delivers a super-fast, clear and immersive mixing experience with easily adjustable EQ bands and mid-side functionality allowing you to efficiently fine-tune your sound.

    The EQ adjustments may have changed the perceived loudness of your audio making it difficult to hear whether the changes you’ve made are improving your sound. Line-up the gain slider to the level-match pointer to match the perceived loudness of your audio before it passed through MIXROOM. This allows you subjectively hear how the changes have affected your sound.

    Whether your audio is muddy, dull, thin, harsh, or even ‘almost perfect’, MIXROOM helps you elevate your mix to get a great balance of richness and clarity.

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  • Clean Up A Muddy Mix!

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    There is also a cheat sheet to go with this video, so make sure you download that so you can have these tips on hand all the time!

    1. Great Production Creates Great Mixes
    If you listen to The Beach Boys album ‘Pet Sounds’ you’ll hear a masterpiece of production! Due the limitations of tracks, only 4 or at most 8, when artists such as The Beatles or The Beach Boys made albums they had to shape multiple sounds and parts perfectly before they could bounce them together, parts and sounds could not be undone, so they had to be right! Recording the right sounds and parts that support each other is not only great production it, will also make the final mix much easier to do!

    2. Using Virtual Instruments Gives Different Results Than Organic Instruments
    Virtual Instruments Will Not Have the Huge Dynamic EQ issues that Organic instruments can have. Real, mic’d up instruments can have the issue of players moving so the mic placement varies, giving you wildly varying EQ (boominess from sound holes or F holes of some instruments) or overly dynamic performances. However, virtual instruments are perfectly recorded and can easily be manipulated, with basic, simple midi adjustments to sound like they have been consistently performed. With organic instruments you’re often going to find yourself applying more compression and corrective EQ, sometimes even using dynamic EQs or Multiband compressors.

    3. Muddiness Comes from two main areas, firstly Low End Build Up.
    Excessive low end is easy to fix with proper High Passing, decide what you want the real low end to be, is it a super low Sub Bass line with a Kick shelved around 100Hz, more of a thump? Or is it a huge low Sub Kick with a bass line sitting above it? Or is it both where a side chain compressor ducks the excessive low build up from two sources of low end hitting at the same time. Find the fundamental of sound, such the low end on your electric guitars and boost that area, cut immediately below it, bypass the EQ and you’ll realise that even though low end has been cut, the new EQ settings increase the fullness of the guitar sound but leave space for the Bass and Kick Drum to shine!

    4. Second Area of Build Up: the Low Mids.
    Drums in particular can get a lot of low mid build up. On their own, soloed that may not be that much of an issue. However, in a fairly dense track that will really add to the overall muddiness. Typically scooping out low mids of Toms, The Kick Drum (Bass Drum), Overheads and Room Mics at around 350hz (roughly an area between 250-450hz) with a fairly wide Q will really open up the drums leaving room for low mids on other instruments, such as guitars which benefit from the fullness of low mids.

    Listen to your whole mix to find areas where low muds start to build up, don’t be afraid to high pass high lines that don’t need low end or low mids. Large amounts of Synth Pads and raked guitars so over do the Low Mid Area so be careful not to boost the low kids in every pad, string part or rhythm guitar!



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    This week’s tutorial is another exciting installment in our “Fundamental Series”. The fundamental frequencies of lead vocals. Understanding these fundamental frequencies can be a key factor in bettering your engineer skills. Website:

    Lead vocals play such an important role in modern music. Especially mainstream pop, Hip-Hop, Trap, & R&B music. A magical vocal can change any song in to something special & worth listening to. Recording high quality vocals have become much more attainable in recent years with the driving force of advanced technology, but did you know there are certain frequencies you should consider boosting & cutting with an EQ?

    In this video we discuss a detailed analysis of the fundamental frequencies of vocals with a strong emphasis on today’s mainstream sound. We breakdown both male & female vocals. We discuss singing & rapping vocals as well. We will talk about & demonstrate what specific boosted frequencies will help vocals sparkle & cut through like a diamond in the mix as well as what frequencies you should consider cutting to avoid muddiness & eliminate harsh resonance.

    As with any aspect of music, the type of vocal & song vary with frequencies; however, these key elements will point you in the right direction of professional sounding vocals. Your listeners & fans will enjoy the polished sparkle these techniques bring to your vocals without sounding muddy or thin.

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