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Playlist of How To Mix With a Spectrum Analyser

  • How To Use The Spectrum Analyzer for Mixing


    In this video tutorial I'll show you how to use the spectrum analyzer for mixing to improve your sound. Subscribe to this channel for more mixing tips videos. Using a spectrum analyzer can greatly improve the way you mis your music because of the graphic representations of the instruments' frequencies of your song.

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  • Spectrum analysers explained


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    In this video we will discuss Spectrum Analysers, how to read them and modify them to display what we need to see. For those not familiar with using such a tool this is the perfect introduction. Using the free plugin Span from Voxengo I will demystify the various controls contained within, and similar controls are found on all analysers.

    Whether you’re a beginner or pro, having a visual aid that performs realtime frequency analysis to help you in the music production process saves time in problem solving and helps you produce better sounding mixes and masters.

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    0:12 - Introduction
    0:42 - What is an FFT?
    1:21 - Adjusting settings in our Analyser
    6:32 - Advanced settings
    10:52 - Creating user presets
    12:01 - Other meters

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  • How to use a Spectrum Analyzer!


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  • Mastering a song - EQ tips using a spectral analyzer - Tutorial


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  • Best Analyzer Plugins for Mixing


    5 Best loudness meter and Analyzer plugins tips for understanding the loudness and width of your mix. Reid Stefan realest puppet in the game shares his setup and workflow for analyzing LUFS and Phase relationship in a mix. This Ableton tutorial also covers how to test the loudness penalty of Spotify if your mix is too loud for the -14 LUFS limit.

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  • 3 ways to reduce frequency masking in any mix


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    In this video learn about tips around frequency masking and how it doesn't negatively impact your mixes.

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  • Spectrum Analysis - Voxengo Span’s Groups


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    In a previous tutorial I did an overview of spectrum analysis using the free plugin from Voxengo called Span [ ]

    In this video I will show you an awesome feature of this plugin, multichannel analysis, t he ability to analyse and compared 2 tracks simultaneously. When we are building a mix masking is a mayor issue, different sounds and tracks fighting for the same frequency range in the mix. This technique will allow to better understand the interactions in your mix and help find a place for all your sounds to cut through with the result that you produce better sounding mixes.

    Lesson key points:
    0:12 - Introduction
    1:02 - Demonstration of Multichannel Analysis
    1:30 - Track Setup and routing
    3:57 - Configuring the analyser
    6:31 - Previewing the results

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  • Frequency Spectrum Focus - Excerpt from EQ Fundamentals Course


    A recap on the #Frequency #Spectrum, including a fundamental frequency demonstration and complex sound analysis. Excerpt from the full course:
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  • 3D Spectrum Analyser - MAKING OF



    This is a 3D Spectrum Analyser I made back in 2012. I will use it in my next piano videos. So stay tuned!

    | About the project |
    I found the 8x8x8 ledcube project really cool but I did not want to blindly copy it because it would not have been new. After thinking a bit I got an idea to build a 3D spectrum analyser that reacts to music and here is the result! It is amazing to play piano with it.

    HolKann (alias) is a friend of mine who wrote the code for this project. After I built the spectrum analyser I asked him to help me with the programming and he was happy to work on the project! It was a learning experience for both of us. Of course I had to have an idea on how and what should be programmed before building this thing but I needed someone to write an optimal code in order for the microprocessor to execute the algorithms at the desired speed. After some evenings of programming we finally got this thing working. We squeezed all juices out of the microprocessor to get a refresh rate of 80 fps and a beat response of about 12ms (the time it takes to process the audio signal and to show it visually)! If there is no input signal for longer than 1 minute the spectrum analyser turns off automatically.

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    | Settings with 6 knobs |
    - Right Frequency Bound: adjusts the right border of the frequency window.
    - Left Frequency Bound: adjusts the left border of the frequency window.
    - Amplitude: sets how high the LEDs can go.
    - Brightness: adjusts the brightness of the LEDs
    - Delay: sets how fast the LEDs fall down and is used to smoothen their movement.
    - Effects: every effect can be chosen seperately or shuffled through by turning the knob completely to the left or right. There are 23 effects, some very similar to the others with some small changes. 16 of these effects are unique depending on how you look at it.

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    Thomas Bergerson - Heart of Courage
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    Q: What do you do for a living?
    A: I'm an electrical engineer and HolKann is graduated in computer science. We're both PhDs.

    Q: You've made it in 2012? Why did you wait so long before uploading the video?
    A: The hardware part was ready at that time but it still had to be programmed. I've put the project aside for a very long time... it did not get the highest priority.

    Q: At the end of the video you're playing B3 and C4. Not B2 and C2.
    A: Yes. The naming of the notes is wrong but the frequency differences between them are correct though.

    Q: What circuit simulator are you using?
    A: LTSpice. It's a freeware!

    Q: Which PCB design software?
    A: Altium.

    Q: What laser cutter is that?
    A: Trotec Speedy 100 R laser cutter.

    Q: During the test with the UV light source you said that the 20 seconds step was too long. Therefore, you took 5 seconds. But at the end you chose 40 seconds. Couldn't you see it when you did the test with 20 seconds?
    A: Yes, in my first test I saw indeed that exposing for 40 seconds gave a very good result. But I could not have known that it was the best I could get. It could have been 35, 45, 50 or 55 seconds. In fact the result with 35 seconds was as good as the one with 40 seconds of exposure time.

    Q: Why don't you use gloves all the time when dealing with chemicals?
    A: I have worked on the hardware part alone. It was hard to record a video with the gloves covered in chemicals. I made sure I had no physical contact with any of the chemicals and there were no problems!

    Q: How much did it cost?
    A: About 300 euros for the components. The price can be significantly lower because I did not always search for the cheapest options.

    Q: Soldering time?
    A: Soldering the LEDs took about 30 hours. To solder the PCBs about 60 hours and 10 hours for the wiring. In total it was about 100 hours of soldering spread over a few months. When I started on this project I bought 1000 LEDs. They were enough to solder 12 of the 16 layers. To finish the other 4 layers I bought 400 LEDs more but they turned out to have a lower light intensity. The person who sold me the LEDs was not able to send me the same LEDs for some reason... As result, I had to buy 2000 LEDs with the same light intensity and start all over again. I have 16 bands lying here with only 12 layers finished... An effort for nothing :-).

    Q: Total time to build it?
    A: It took about 3-4 months to build and program it.

  • Mixing Kicks & 808s /// Mixing techniques for better low end


    In this video I`m showcasing a few mixing techniques that I use when mixing Kicks & 808. I go over volume automation, using plugins like RBass, side-chain and other mixing tricks that you can use to achieve better low end.

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  • How To Mix Orchestral Music - Equalizers & Specturm Analyzers


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  • Subtractive EQ Using Instrument Frequency Charts


    In this video, Eric David Smith will demonstrate some techniques that he uses to clean up a mix and allow room for other instruments. More specifically, we will be using a technique called Subtractive EQ'ing which basically removes the unused frequencies of instruments. This creates an overall better balance and will make your mixing process much easy to work with.

    Follow along with this helpful interactive instrument frequency chart below and be sure to use this technique in your next mix.

  • Introduce Spectrum Analyzer pro Live PAS-Products


    Turns your computer into a modern, State-of-The-Art spectrum analyzer giving you features that go far beyond the possibilities of any stand-alone hardware unit.
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    An important advantage of your new analyzer software is the fact that your computer monitor is a far better means of displaying analyzer measurments than any LED or LCD bar. By making use of standard computer operations your analyzer software will store your personal settings or analyze audio data you may have previously recorded.

    Correlation Meter (giving you information about the the mono compatibility of a stereo signal) you also can make easily Phase Check with this tool...

    Here you can download the demo version.

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  • How To Mix Kick And Bass - Part 1 of 3 - Ableton Live Tutorial - Voxengo SPAN


    This is video 1 in a 3 part series on how to mix kick and bass.

    Demonstrates using Ableton Live 8 EQ8, side chain compression, and Voxengo SPAN, a spectrum analyzer.

  • How To Use A Reference Track To Improve Your Mixing


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  • Voxengo Span - Mix Better Using Voxengo Span Spectral Analyser.


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    Here's a Quick Tip tutorial I've done for Loopmasters demonstrating how to setup and use the awesome FREE Voxengo SPAN ( spectral analysis plugin.

    I like using this plugin to help visually see elements in your mix and how they interact with each other.

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  • Spectrum Analyzers | Sonarworks Tips and Tricks


    A spectrum analyzer is a measurement tool that displays real-time frequency analysis of incoming audio signals. During the mixing process, it can show you frequencies which are inaudible or difficult to perceive. They also help you make mix decisions without the influence of room acoustics, your studio monitors or other factors.

    In this video, we are going to talk about using Spectrum Analyzers to analyze the frequency content of your music and visually see what's going on and to spot any problems.

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  • Voxengo SPAN: Multi-Channel Spectrum Analysis in Pro Tools


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  • 13 Mixing Tutorials in Mixbus: How to Use Spectrum Analyzers and Why


    Spectrum and EQ are connected so the best to use EQs that show also the spectrum of the sound. I like Voxengo Gliss EQ old or new all the same, uses little DSP, affordable price and has a lot features other EQs do not have at all. (e.g. Layering tracks)

  • Mixing & Understanding The Spectrum Meter


    Mixing & Understanding The Spectrum Meter

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  • The FFT Spectrum Analyzer in Voxengo SPAN - 2 of 6


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  • Spectrum: multichannel spectrum analyser


    Spectrum is a VST, AU and AAX plugin that allows you to inspect the frequency content of your mixes. It's ideal to find clashing frequencies and to cleanup your mix. It supports input from multiple channels: just drop an instance at each point of your signal chain you want to visualize. No routing required. Download:

  • Spectrum Analysis of Guitar Tones

    9:46 user Rayc had an issue with an audio interface where it seemed to be attenuating frequencies above about 5K. It got me curious about what my own various guitar tones looked like in a spectrum analyzer. I'm nearly illiterate when it comes to frequency analyzers, so this is me trying to understand what they're telling me.

    If you have any input or advice, leave a comment! And since I'm still a beginner at shooting video and recording my screen, any advice you have in those areas would be welcome as well.

  • FREE Spectrum Analyzer by SIR Audio Tools


    This is a quick video to show the free version of this amazing tool. Consider trying the FULL version, it has endless possibilities to suit any professional environment, and it works like a charm!

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    Spectrum Analyzer is a state-of-the-art spectrum analyzer plugin, which offers a lot of opportunities to display the spectral content of your audio material, which helps you create a better mix. It comes in two editions, a free and a full version.

    Spectrum Analyzer uses modern and reliable techniques to analyze your audio material. It has a FFT (Fast-Fourier-Transform) and an analog-style (parallel band-pass IIR filter) engine, both of which can run simultaneously. So you can benefit from the more accurate time resolution of the band-pass filters and the better frequency resolution of the FFT at the same time. Check out the cool intelligent peak-detection, which automatically detects resonant frequency peaks in the signal. Use the snapshot function to easily save the current state of your analyzer, so you can compare the spectral profile of your current project with other songs. It also includes a VU-Meter (with peak and RMS measurement) and a Stereo Correlation Meter.

    Auxiliary feature: This functionality makes it possible to send audio from one SpectrumAnalyzer instance into other instances. This is a quite powerful tool, because you can set up as much aux-sends as you want, and then you can easily switch between them as input source. For example, you have different subgroups and want to see the spectrum of all of them in one SpectrumAnalyzer instance: put a single SpectrumAnalyzer instance on every track and activate the aux-send. Now you can comfortably switch between these aux-channels in your master SpectrumAnalyzer instance. In the full version, you can open up to 4 slots in one plugin instance.

    SpectrumAnalyzer has nearly endless adjustment possibilities. To name a few: FFT-Size & Window. Number of Bands/Filter-Steepness and Bandwidth (analog style bandpass analyzer). Time Resolution & Release speed. Optional Peak Hold and intelligent Peak Detection. Spectral RMS with adjustable integration. Mid and Side Signal detection. Adjustable Colors, two different spectral smoothing algorithms. Display Range and Slope/dB. Adjustable GUI size and scaling. Optional gradient and shadows.

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  • Tuning kick drum and snare in Ableton live using Eq with spectrum analizer


    In this video i show you a simple step to tune drums analizing the frequencies in a spectrum analizer. please subscribe

  • How To Balance Kick And Bass To A Referance Track | With SPAN | FL Studio Tutorial


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    I was working on Maddix & Saberz - Follow Me remake and I tought I could show you how I balance my kick and bass to the referance track. In this tutorial you'll see how to get levels of your kick and bass. We will use a SPAN for this. SPAN is a free spectrum analyser and you deffinetly should check it out.

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  • Tuning a Kick Drum


    In this tutorial I'll show how to tube a kick drum using a spectrum analyser and give you some tips on keeping in key

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  • Mixing With Your Eyes


    In this video, I’m showing you the 3 analyzers that I always have running on my side monitor. They help me visualize the dynamics, the frequencies and the stereo image. enjoy!

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  • Using a Real-time Analyzer to detect frequencies in your mix


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  • LMMS Tutorial: Using spectrum analysers


    A tutorial on how to add and use a spectrum analyzer in LMMS

  • Multi-Analyzer beim Mixing


    Im Homestudio ist es eher selten der Fall, einen akustisch optimierten Raum vorzufinden. Das Mixing kann dadurch stark leiden, beispielsweise klingt der Bass im Studio fetter, als er es tatsächlich ist. In dieser Quick-Tipp-Folge präsentiere ich Euch einen kleinen Helferlein für genau solche Fälle, den MMultiAnalyzer von Melda Productions.

  • Spectrum Analyzer and EQ Example


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  • How to Use Spectrum Matching EQ in Ozone 5


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    Hey guys, Eric Tarr here for I'm gonna show you a cool feature of the iZotope Ozone 5 plugin. This feature is Spectrum Matching. In order to understand this feature, you must first understand frequency analysis.

    This plugin has a frequency analyzer built in as part of the equalizer section of the plugin. So as soon as you open it up and click on this tab, you'll see the graphical user interface here display a frequency analysis. What this is gonna tell you is the relative amplitude or energy of different frequencies that are part of the signal that's feeding the plugin.

    I've got this plugin inserted on my mix buss. Or as the first insert slot on my master fader here. Then I've got all these other tracks in my session feeding the mix buss from my drums, synthesizers, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass and so on. All going into this master fader. And so when I press play, the frequency analyzer is going to tell me the relative amplitude of all the frequencies of my full mix. So here it is.

    [full mix]

    This frequency analysis feature on it's own can be very helpful if you're trying to make decisions about doing things like EQ. It'll tell you maybe where frequencies are too loud or too quiet. And help you decide whether you need to boost or cut certain frequencies.

    Taking this a step further, you can actually use the frequency analyzer in the plugin to match the relative amplitude of different frequencies in your mix, to some other reference mix that you're using. So what I've got in my session is all my tracks going over to this particular bus called music mix. I'm gonna mute that. Then what I've done is brought in a reference track that I like to use. This is a song mix from a band called Flight Path from Nashville. I like their sound a lot. So what I'm gonna do is feed the signal from my reference track into the iZotope plugin and look at the frequency analysis here on the display of my reference track.

    [reference track mix]

    Maybe you noticed just visually that there might've been some differences in the spectral content, maybe there was too much highs too little highs in my mix. And so just visually you can probably tell some of these things. The nice thing about the iZotope Ozone plugin, is it will actually remember these settings and come up with a way for you to match or automatically equalize your mix to match this reference track you're using. So the first thing you need to do is go in and capture what a snapshot. These snapshots are going to be used later by the plugin to figure out how it should automatically change or EQ the mix you're feeding it. So I'll start out and capture a snapshot for my reference track.

    [reference track playback]

    That should be good. Stop the capture. I can call this one the reference. Perfect. And I'll save that. iZotope is gonna use this later on. Let me create a different snapshot then for the actual mix I'm working on right now.

    [mix playback]

    I'll call this one mix. Alright. So what you can see displayed on the screen now, the purple line is the frequency analysis of my reference and the yellow line is for the mix that I'm working on right now. You can see that there's some subtle differences and for the most part it's pretty close. But what I can do is use this — switch over from the snapshots tab to the matching tab — and have the plugin automatically figure out what the differences — what things need to be changed — by using the equalizer such that my mix matches more of my reference. Use this one called reference here, and I'm gonna apply it to my mix. Then you have to click this match button right here and you'll see that the equalizer automatically snaps into place. Then it's up to you to decide how much you want it to fix — so I can make it more dramatic — or you can also change how smooth it is. If it's a gradual change in the spectrum or if it's more pronounced. Typically you don't want all these ripples showing up when you're trying to do this matching. But what it's gonna show you is, my mix might have been to heavy on the low end relative to this reference, but also might not have been bright enough if that's the particular style I'm working on, then I want to make sure all these things are pretty consistent to other tracks that other people are listening to.

    So let's then listen to what the plugin is doing to my mix.

    [mix with eq spectrum matching on and then bypassed]

    So this is a way you can use the frequency analyzer built into the iZotope Ozone 5 plugin to match the spectrum for the song you're working on with a reference track.

  • Ableton Tutorial: Spectrum plugin and fighting EQs


    This is a simple video showing uses for Ableton's Spectrum analyzer as well as some EQ'ing tips for instruments that fight for the same frequencies. Here is a link to the full song (remix)

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  • Quick Tip | How to Adjust Frequency Spectrum in Ozone


    Visually analyze your mix and make adjustments through the metering tool in Ozone.

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  • How to use the spectrum Analyzer in Ableton live


    Here is a small description on how to use the effect spectrum analyzer that comes with Ableton Live

  • High Contrast - Spectrum Analyser - Official Video


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    After delivering some of 2012's most iconic music, High Contrast returns with another superb single to get 2013 off to a cracking start.

    First up, we have the awe-inspiring Spectrum Analyser with its immense intro that artfully pairs a driving, mechanical tone with bleepy 8-bit SFX. Massive euphoric builds and catchy melodies make Spectrum Analyser an instant crowd-pleaser with buckets of energy and plenty of interesting twists and turns to capture the imagination. With a synth hook so big that it feels like it was created in the Large Hadron Collider, this one will definitely get your particles accelerating!

    Flipping over for Some Things Never Change, this one is full of nostalgic undertones and drifting melodies. With a vintage sound reminding you exactly why you love High Contrast so much, Some Things Never Change remains true to its title. Soulful vocal snatches pepper the piece and it's full of that familiar feel-good vibe that has dominated so much of High Contrast's work in the past. If this doesn't warm the cockles of your heart then we don't know what will.

    High Contrast 'Spectrum Analyser'
    Written by Lincoln Barrett and Ben Daglish.
    Arranged and produced by Lincoln Barrett.
    Published by Songs In The Key Of Knife / High Technology Publishing

  • Focusrite // Plug-in Collective - Flux Studio Session Analyzer


    We take you through the fantastic Studio Session Analyzer and SampleGrabber plug-ins from Flux, offered in January 2017 as part of the Focusrite Plug-in Collective.

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  • T-RackS 3 Metering - Proper metering for mixing and mastering like a pro


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  • Blue Cat Audios FreqAnalyst Multi Setup And Use


    Blue Cat Audio's FreqAnalyst Multi is a Multi-track spectrum analyzer for mixing or mastering that can be spread across up to 16 tracks. In this video Product Specialist Jerry Mateo shows you how to quickly set up and use the plug-in within minutes.

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


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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

    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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