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    Stereo Mastering in the DAW | In-The-Box Mastering

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    Wired Masters is the go-to mastering studio for dance music giants Galantis, Tiesto, Steve Aoki and Afrojack. In the first episode of our four-part mini-series, co-founder Cass Irvine demonstrates how he approaches stereo mastering in the DAW, from splitting tracks across separate tracks for processing to using mastering EQ and the advantages of using multiband compression.

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    MUSIC
    Cat Dealers - 'Gone Too Long' (Club Mix)
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    Vanessa Mitchell

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    Videographer: Joe Harvey
    Sound Recordist: Andy Price
    Editor: Liting Ng
    Producer: Will Betts

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    A-Cam: Sony FS7
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    Mastering In PreSonus Studio One - TheRecordingRevolution.com

    17:02

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    DAW Mastering Chains | In-The-Box Mastering

    7:54

    Mastering house to dance music giants Galantis, Tiesto, Steve Aoki and Afrojack, Wired Masters share their mastering chains to help you get your tracks sounding great.

    In the second episode of our four-part mini-series, co-founder Cass Irvine demonstrates his templated mastering chain – including how he applies compression and limiting, and why sometimes even older plug-ins can still be the best tools for the job.

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    MUSIC
    Cat Dealers - 'Gone Too Long' (Club Mix)
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    Cass Irvine, Wired Masters (
    Mike Greig
    Vanessa Mitchell

    CREW
    Videographer: Joe Harvey
    Sound Recordist: Andy Price
    Editor: Liting Ng
    Producer: Will Betts

    EQUIPMENT
    A-Cam: Sony FS7
    B-Cam: Sony a7S II
    Lav mic: DPA d:screet 4060 Miniature Omni (

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    Mastering: Your DAW Will Do!

    2:46

    Do You Really Need A Dedicated Workstation For Mastering?

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    The Vibezlab Sessions Vol II Mastering

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    Andy @RMS Studio's mastering 'All About Me' feat Andrae Bentley from The Vibezlab Sessions EP Vol II

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    HAR - MIXING and MASTERING SESSION

    5:01

    Φεβρουάριος 2014
    Το χρονικό της μίξης και του mastering 6 τραγουδιών από τη μπάντα HAR από το Ισραήλ. Μας έστειλαν τα tracks ηχογραφημένα στο Τελ-Αβίβ και αφού τα επεξεργαστήκαμε, τα περάσαμε στο μαγνητόφωνο και πίσω μέσα από την κονσόλα για μίξη κλπ. Σε 6 βήματα.

    February 2014
    Mix and Mastering in 6 steps. The Black Death Metal band HAR from Israel, sent us the tracks of 6 songs, recorded at Tel-Aviv and we did the Mix and Mastering through analogue tape machines. We realy enjoyed it!

    Digital Album

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    How to Master with Tape using a Reel-to-Reel Tape Machine - Thinking Outside the Box #3

    6:29

    Welcome to this week's episode on Tape Mastering with Reel-to-Reel Tape Machines. The series Thinking Outside the Box focuses on processing signals from the modern DAW using analog music production techniques. Subscribe for more tips and tricks!

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    BAD mastering vs GOOD mastering?

    5:12

    Mastering is crazy stuff. Sometimes it's great and makes a song come alive- but bad mastering can outright ruin a song. Here's the philosophy behind every master that I make.

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    Learn Studio One 3 | Project Page Overview

    8:45

    In this tutorial we take a general overview of some of the features of Studio One 3's Project page which is used for mastering our music.

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    Mixing With Tape: Studer A80 Master Recorder

    7:39

    In this video we demonstrate the famous Studer A80 1/4inch Tape Master Recorder.
    This vintage unit has been an industry standard for several decades and it can be heard on countless records from the 70s, 80s and 90s.

    Here at Doctor Mix we use it for both mixing and mastering, and it's available when the Tape Master option is selected on any of our packages.

    If you want the Studer A80 on your music then please order your Mixing & Mastering service at

    1:05 - Cleaning tape heads
    1:59 - Demonstration of Tape on Full Mix
    2:59 - 7.5ips Demo
    3:50 - Demonstration on Vocals
    4:14 - Tape on Vocals
    4:50 - Sending hot to Tape

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    How to Make the Perfect Kick | In-The-Box Mastering

    6:30

    In the fourth and final episode of our mini-series, Cass Irvine shows us a trick for making the perfect kick for your dance music track. Although not usually the job of a mastering engineer, Cass roles up his sleeves and build a new kick that sits better in the track.

    Wired Masters is a high-end mastering studio in London and the go-to choice for dance music giants Galantis, Tiesto, Steve Aoki and Afrojack.

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    MUSIC
    ATTLAS - 'Solitude'

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    Mike Greig
    Vanessa Mitchell

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    Videographer: Joe Harvey
    Sound Recordist: Andy Price
    Editor: Liting Ng
    Producer: Will Betts

    EQUIPMENT
    A-Cam: Sony FS7
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    How To Mix Vocals Professionally in PreSonus Studio One 3!

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    Why Master with Stems? | In-The-Box Mastering

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    In the third episode of our four-part mini-series, Cass Irvine opens a remix of OneRepublic's 'Apologize' and demonstrates how he adds punch to kick drums and how he fills out the low end on thin-sounding basses.

    These processes are possible thanks to stem mastering. A process that's part mixing, part mastering, stem mastering allows a greater degree of control for mastering engineers. The process of working with stems can also be useful when mixing, forcing you to not get lost in the details but take in the bigger picture instead.

    Wired Masters is a high-end mastering studio in London and the go-to choice for dance music giants Galantis, Tiesto, Steve Aoki and Afrojack.

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    MUSIC
    OneRepublic - Apologize (Oli Hanson Remix)

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    Cass Irvine, Wired Masters (
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    Videographer: Joe Harvey
    Sound Recordist: Andy Price
    Editor: Liting Ng
    Producer: Will Betts

    EQUIPMENT
    A-Cam: Sony FS7
    B-Cam: Sony a7S II
    Lav mic: DPA d:screet 4060 Miniature Omni (

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    Mastering in the Box, a real alternative for your record

    3:13

    If you are considering an automated online service like Landr or simply are on a budget I will master your album for the same price, the difference is that my masters are personalized and I actually listen to them in the same room and monitors I do all my mastering.

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    Mastering for Studio One Artist Users

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    Here is a PDF on THE-DIFFERENCES-BETWEEN-MERGE-BOUNCE-TRANSFORM-AND-EXPORT-STEMS

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    PRACTICE YOUR MIXING! To practice your mixing, you will find the Stems for my song Feeling The Shame and At This Moment for practice mixing. The download includes all the rendered stems for the song as well as my Mix to compare to. I hope you enjoy the practice song and look forward to hearing your mixes. Feel free to email them to johnnygeibhst@gmail.com and I will get back to you.

    Feeling The Shame


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    4 Golden Rules to Mixing Hip Hop Vocals | Lu Diaz

    12:55

    Multi-platinum producer/mixing engineer Lu Diaz (Jay-Z, Beyoncé, DJ Khaled, Pitbull) shows his 4 steps for mixing professional sounding hip-hop vocal leads, ad-libs and vocal sweeteners. Download Lu's presets and learn more:

    0:45 #1: Remove harsh & problem frequencies

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    Making of Sang Tere

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    Seminario: Audio Mastering- AbsoluteMastering @ Master in Ingegneria del Suono

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    Seminario gratuito organizzato dal Master in Ingegneria del Suono ed Absolute Mastering Studio.
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    Copy/Bounce Digital Audio to Tape - How does it sound?

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    Decide for yourself in this audio shootout! Does digital audio bounced/copied to tape sound as good as an all-analog tape recording?

    Shootout part 3! In this episode, I take the digital recording produced in Shootout part 1, and copy it to my Teac A3440 4-track reel deck. I then copied the tape recording back to the computer.

    I've got everything queued up in the video so you can listen to 5 (yes 5!) different versions of the audio. Decide which you like best!

    Check out Shootout Part 1 (comparison between a tape recording and digital audio of the same performance):

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    Check out Shootout Part 4 (bounce a full-band digital mix to tape and compare the results):

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    A80 studer 1/4 inch mastering

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    tape layback with ATR tape ... capture back into the DAW

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    How to mix a song

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    Astia-studios Audio Geek Series ep02 - Mixing to dat, DAW or tape

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    This is a mixing medium demonstration:

    The mix was recorded simultaneously on dat, DAW and 1/4” stereo tape. The purpose of this test was to find out if there is any difference on different mixing mediums. The differences are very small so once again proper speakers or headphones are recommended over laptop or mobile phone speakers. Although, I wouldn’t assume a true audio geek to listen anything on mobile phone or laptop speakers.. :D

    To me the biggest difference is on snare and how it is glued to the mix. Dat sounds a bit grainy as it was recorded pretty close to maximum as it was done back in the days when dat was frequently used. After dat DAW sounds more fresh and clear. The difference between DAW and tape is not as huge. DAW sounds a bit more thin and tape sounds a bit more dynamic which can be heard when listening the snare.

    I noticed few discussions about dat on GearSlutz forums and got the inspiration for this test. As I have been recording my mixes on both DAW and tape since the beginning of 2016, it was nice to maintenance the dat machine and listen to some 20 year old mixes I hadn’t heard for ages. They sounded surprisingly good. As some mentioned on the forum that the “sound of dat” comes mostly on the converters and that’s why it sounds more different than the other two mediums.

    Musicians:
    Guitar - Antti Hyyrynen (Stam1na)
    Drums - Toni Paananen (Malpractice)
    Bass - Anssi Kippo

    Music & arrangement by Antti Hyyrynen, Toni Paananen & Anssi Kippo.

    Recorded on DAW 44.1kHz 24bit, 2 24 track Otari MTR-90mk2 and mixed on 1/4 stereo Studer A812 tape machine.

    Produced, recorded, mixed & mastered by A. Kippo @ Astia-studio A (Lappeenranta, Finland).
    DAD (Version 1 & 2) & AAD (tape version in the end).

    Video editing by Toni Paananen.

    Gear used:

    Recording medias:
    1/4 stereo Studer A812
    Digital Performer DAW
    Tascam DA-30mkII

    Mixing console:
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    Leave a comment below on how does it sound to you. This is not a math test, but a description of art & how it makes you feel so there are no right or wrong answers; only audio geeking.

    Thanks for watching and reading this info text. Stay tuned for more geeky stuff.

    With best regards,

    Anssi Kippo
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    Lappeenranta, Finland.

    (c) All rights belong to Astia-studio and Toni Paananen 2016. No copying or any other use of this video or music track is allowed.

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    Stereo Width in Mixing & Mastering - Episode #94

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    Streaky from Metropolis Mastering and Shea from ACM discuss how they achieve Stereo Width in mixing and mastering.

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    Analog vs Digital Mixing and Mastering In The Box 2019

    5:14

    Analog Vs Digital
    In The Box Mixing and Mastering
    I'm here to give you my take on the Analog vs digital debate.
    The same pro sound can be achieved today all in the box and analog gear is a thing of the past at this point.
    With all of the advancements we have with music production technology the digital era has finally caught up and is surpasses the analog days.
    By all means, if you have the analog equipment then use it but I'm here to tell people that are new to music production and engineering that it's no longer necessary .
    Digital mixing can sound just as good and in most cases even better with the right engineer behind the track.
    So if you are building a home recording studio then don't feel like you need tons of analog gear to feel complete. You can achieve the same goals today at a fraction of the cost.

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    How The Pros Use Compression - Audio Compression Instruments and Mixes

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    Secrets of How the Pros use Compression. In this video I discuss how compression works: Ratio, Threshold, Attack, Release, Hard-Knee, Soft Knee, Gain Reduction. What are and How to use the Plugin and Hardware Versions of:

    Optical Compressors - like the LA2A, LA3A, Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor.Tube Tech CL1B

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    Variable MU - Fairchild 660 and 670, Manley Variable MU. Altec 436C,

    How To Compress and What to Use - Kick Drum, Snare, Toms, Overheads, Room Mic and Drum Buss Compression.

    I also provide examples of using compression plugins in individual Instruments and the Mix Buss.

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    Drums Mixing Tutorial - Parallel Compression from Pro Mixers Unique Mixing Course

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    MIXING AND MASTERING TIPS & TRICKS CHANNEL STRIP SHOOTOUT

    7:13

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    Plugins Have A Sweetspot - The Proof!

    4:21

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    How To: Connect A Compressor To A Mixing Board

    6:43

    Watch as Weezna shows how to connect a compressor to a mixing board. This video shows how to connect an external compressor using either an insert connection or using the send & return connections on a mixing board.
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    HUNDLEY - song What You Are

    7:20

    Song written by HUNDLEY
    from the album ODDMENT
    Song Mixed and Mastered by Nick Majors
    Tom Ace on drums appears
    courtesy of Tbone Productions
    Artwork by Nick Majors
    All copyrights are of the band HUNDLEY

    EQUIPMENT USED:
    PRS gtrs, Ibanez gtrs, El Culon bass, Boss pedals, monster cables,
    Marshall amps, Sennheiser mics, Tascam 8track,

    MIXING AND MASTERING IN THE BOX WITH:
    Audio Technica headphones, Audacity, Addictive Drums,
    TDR Nova EQ, C3 multiband compressor, W1 limiter
    and Camel Crusher Distortion plug ins

    Files were passed back and forth between CT and NC with DROPBOX

    Expert advice used from Warren Huart and Ian Shepherd.

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    Studio One 4 - How to Record and Use Audio Tools

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    Gain Staging In Your DAW Software | Studio One 3.5

    6:39

    Gain Staging In Your DAW Software | Studio One 3.5

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    Sadie 6 - IBC 2010

    5:49

    Version 6 runs without DSP hardware

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    Tutorial para mezclar audio tema pop parte 1

    13:16

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    Recording and Mixing Modular Synth

    11:27

    These are the techniques I used to record Collections II, my latest release -- check out how it sounds on my bandcamp:

    Recording Revolution video on limiting:

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    00:34 Hardware + recording
    04:41 Editing
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    Online Analog & Digital Mastering Studio

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    Is there a difference when mixing on digital or analog equipment?

    4:07

    This is a mixing test:

    same tracks mixed with digital mixing console (Version 1) and analog mixing console (Version 2). I did both versions to best of my knowledge and abilities. Digital version was done on summer 2012 and analog version on January 2016. Digital version took 3-4 hours and analog version took 1 hour to make.

    These mixes were not made for this video. This video was made because I had done these two versions of this song and noticed they sounded different. The digital version made on summer 2012 was one of the last sessions I mixed on digital mixing console. I had always loved this song but it just didn’t sound right. As the album release was delayed a lot, like 4 years or so, on January 2016 I finally decided to make a new mix using analog equipment. I don’t mix one song for weeks or even days so the new mix was done roughly in an hour and to my surprise it sounded how I had always wanted it to sound; energetic, full of emotion and finally giving me the goosebumps. Why? What was different?

    Before I made this video I had played both versions to over 100 people and without a single exception they all agreed that analog sound was way superior to digital. That inspired me to make this video.
    Argue as much as you want about my skills back then or how digital equipment has improved during the recent years etc. To me that is irrelevant.
    This is what I found and wanted to share my findings with you on my journey to find the sound I have been looking for.

    I hope this demonstration will create not only discussion but also wake musicians up to start using analog equipment on their recording and mixing sessions to compare if this will bring more energy and emotion to their music compared to digital.

    Thank you for listening. If you didn’t hear any difference, please listen again. Sometimes it takes a little time for ears to get more sensitive to notice differences.
    I recommend listening not only the sound and balance, but energy and emotion as well.
    Which version gives you the goose bumps?

    RMS has been matched as close as possible on the loudest part of the songs which in this care is the chorus.

    Song : Matti Hovi - The Wildest Mare Needs No Shelter
    Music & lyrics by Matti Hovi
    Arranged by  Jarno Lappalainen, Kimmo Salminen, Anssi Kippo & Wilja Rosenberg
    (c) All rights to this song belong to Matti Hovi

    Musicians:
    Wilja Rosenberg - vocals
    Matti Hovi - guitar
    Jarno Lappalainen - contra bass
    Kimmo Salminen - drums
    Juho Kanervo - cello
    Antti Heerman - violin

    Produced, recorded, mixed & mastered by A. Kippo @ Astia-studio B & A (Lappeenranta, Finland).





    Video editing by Toni Paananen.

    Interested to hear more from Matti Hovi Collective? Go check them at:



    Gear used:

    Digital mix:
    -Mackie dXb200 digital mixing console

    Analog mix:
    -Trident Vector 432 analog mixing console
    -BSS DPR-404
    -Drawmer 1968
    -Drawmer 1973
    -Empirical Labs Distressor
    -Empirical Labs Fatso
    -MX4 custom
    -Studer A812 1/4” stereo tape machine
    -TL Audio C-1
    -Trident Vector 432 dynamic module
    -Universal Audio 2-1176
    -Universal Audio LA2A

    Leave a comment below on how does it sound to you. This is not a math test, but a description of art & how it makes you feel so there are no right or wrong answers; only opinions.

    With best regards,

    Anssi Kippo
    Astia-studio
    Lappeenranta, Finland.

    (c) All rights belong to Astia-studio, Matti Hovi and Toni Paananen 2016. No copying or any other use of these tracks is allowed.

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    Analog Tape Recording vs. Direct to Digital Shootout

    9:39

    Decide for yourself in this audio shootout! Does analog tape sound better than direct to digital recording?

    I'm trying to decide if I want to record to analog tape and then transfer the recording into the digital realm vs. an all digital recording. I set up a test, using a Teac A3440 4-track reel deck. I set things things up to record the same performance, feeding the audio into the Teac and computer at the same time. I came away feeling that one sounded better than the other. Watch, listen and see what you think!

    Check out Shootout Part 2 (comparison between the tape recording and the Waves Kramer Master Tape plugin):

    Check out Shootout Part 3 (comparison ofdigital recording copied/bounced to tape!):


    Check out Shootout Part 4 (full band digital mix bounced to tape and compared):

    Link to uncompressed audio files:



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    RMGI SM911 Reel Tape
    Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 audio interface
    Apple Logic Pro X
    2009 Macbook Pro

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    Using Aux Sends in Analog and Digital Mixers for Effects Loops

    2:51

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    In this module, we'll reveal EXACTLY what you need in your Home or Project Studio. With so many brands and options, this module will lead you step-by-step through how to make gear choices that make all the difference.


    WHAT IS SOUND?

    If you've ever wanted to master the tech terms like dBs, Hertz, frequency ranges, balanced and unbalances lines without spending months in a $80,000 College level Audio Engineering Course, this module is for you.

    RECORDING

    Now that we've mastered what sound is, we can go about the process of tracking performances and getting clean takes through gain staging, microphones choices and placement. See how to record vocals, guitars, VIs and drums.


    EFFECTS

    Discover the palette of effects available to you, how they work and most importantly how to use them in a mix. From dynamic effects like compression, limiters & gates, to traditional effects like delays & reverbs...this module is a must.


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    In this module, you'll look over the shoulder of David Wills as he builds a Mix from absolute scratch. With closeup graphics that show exactly how to EQ and compress everything from Vocals, Guitars, Keys & Drums.


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    Once your Mix is complete, your song is not yet done. Learning how to maximize signal levels with multiband compression, global EQ and stereo imaging separates your songs from so many others that just sound...amateur.

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    Now that you have a perfectly crafted song you need to archive it properly...but more importantly share it with the world. Discover the right formats and how to share your masterpiece on Apple Music, Spotify & all the others.

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    Full Band Digital Mix Bounce to Tape - Is It Magic?

    6:59

    Does a full band digital mix become magical when it is copied to analog tape? Or is the analog tape mystique just hype? You decide!!

    In this episode, #4 of the Analog Tape Shootout series, I take a digital mix of a Fervent Send song (way cool Prog-Rock!), and send it to my trusty Teac A3440 4-track reel deck, calibrated to 2 different levels (-18dB and -21 dB). I then copied the 2 tape recordings back to the computer. This video compares each version so that you can hear the difference (if there is one).

    Here are video index times so you can easily skip between the digital mix, and the -18 and -21 tape bounces:

    Digital Mix: 2:46
    -18dB Tape Bounce: 3:50
    -21dB Tape Bounce: 4:54

    For more critical listening, download the uncompressed Shootout #4 audio files here:


    Link to Fervent Send Prog-Rock Music (download it now!!!):


    Check out Shootout Part 1 (comparison between a tape recording and digital audio of the same performance):

    Check out Shootout Part 2 (comparison between the tape recording and the Waves Kramer Master Tape plugin):

    Check out Shootout Part 3 (comparison of digital acoustic guitar recording copied/bounced to tape):


    Thumbnail image of band: Christian Reed - Concert Co-Op (

    DOWNLOAD the LATEST Chords of Orion Ambient Guitar music here:

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    Quantegy 406 Reel to Reel Tape
    Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 audio interface
    Apple Logic Pro X

    chords of orion - ambient/post-rock guitar music for the mind and heart.

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    Mastering Music by Yourself. Part 3.

    24:20

    The part 3 of the walkthrough Mixing and Mastering by Yourself. Though I use Logic Pro X as example the approaches can be easily generalised for any other DAW
    Link to the part 1 (Mixing Preparation)

    link to the part 2 (Mixing)



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    The link to the sample song Escape from Palo Alto
    - on Google Music (in the album “Фараон” (Pharaoh)):

    - on YouTube:


    Contents
    1:07 What is the mastering
    1:29 General master structure in the example
    3:52 The compression and target auditory
    4:49 The typical multi band compression
    12:40 The vocal compression
    13:43 Harmonic Excitement
    16:24 Stereo Widening (spread)
    18:21 Limiter or Maximizer (Adaptive Limiter)
    18:59 Maximising by comparison

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    DAW - Italiano - Workshop: Dallacquisizione al mixing - Parte 2/4

    1:3:49

    Workshop: Dall'acquisizione al mixing: come ottenere registrazioni di qualità professionale.
    Parte Seconda: Software audio (Avid Pro Tools 11)
    Relatore: Andrea Furfaro
    Evento organizzato in collaborazione con Soundwave Distribution

    Corso di Tecnico del Suono @ Fonderie Sonore


    Questo workshop illustra la moderna catena audio professionale composta da: scheda audio, software daw (digital audio workstation), controller e studio monitor.
    In questa seconda del parte si entra nel merito dei software audio. In particolare viene descritto il software Pro Tools 11: Impostazioni software/hardware, Recording, Quantizzazione, Beat Detective, Clip Gain, Elastic audio, Rewire, Routing e effetti, Automazioni

    Il workshop completo è composto da 4 parti (tutte pubblicate online integralmente):

    Parte 1/4: La scheda audio - Prodotti Apogee
    Parte 2/4: Il software - AVID Pro Tools 11
    Parte 3/4: I Controllers - Prodotti Serie Artist
    Parte 4/4: Studio monitor - Prodotti Eve Audio

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    How to Make Electronic Music From a Song

    36:34

    How to Make Electronic Music. Electronic Music Production. How to Make EDM. How to Write Trance Music. How to Make a Beat. Music Theory for Electronic Music. How to Write a Bass Line. How to Make an EDM Lead. How to Make an Ambient PAD. How to Write a Hit. How to Work with Synthesizer. How to Make a Huge Sounding Beat. How to Write Number One Hit. How to Mix Electronic Music. Cutoff. Frequency. Modulation. Effects. Easy Music Theory Explanation. Trance Lead. Saw Lead. Music Writing Guide. Electronic Dance Music Guide. What is Envelope. What is LFO. How to work with Envelope Filter. Nasty EDM Lead. Loop. Arpeggiator. Gated Pad. How to Make Powerful Drums. Offbeat. Octave. How to Get the Right Sound from a Synth. Intervals. Scale. Minor. Major. Glide. Quantization. Velacity. Dynamics. Sampling. Best Samples for Electronic Music. Moog Style Bass. Drams Layering. Lead Layering. Sidechain Bass. Side Chain Dynamics. Native Instruments Reaktor 6. Razor. Monark. Rounds. Polyplex. Nexus 2. Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2. NI S25 MIDI Controller. Ho to Work with MIDI. How to Understand Notes. How notes work. Rythm tutorial. Kick. Snare. HiHat. Gibson Les Paul Reissue. Junior. Custom Shop. Chords Progression. Pumping Effect. Progress in Making Music. LA2A. Mixing Expert. Waves RComp. Gain Reduction. Attack. Release. 4:1. How hard to Compress? Formant Filter. Transpose. Pitch Shifter. Melodyne. Antares AutoTune. Auto-Tune. Beat Machine. Overtones. Panorama. Arangement Rules. C L R. CLR. Top 20 Audio Engineers. Top 20 Mixers. Unique Course. Comparison. See the Progress. True. How to Sample. Clipping. Master Bus. How to write music that force you to dance. Swing Beat. How to EQ. How to Use a Compressor. How to Mix Drums. How to eq a snare. Music Production. Music writing. Audio Mixing. Audio Production. Mastering. Professional Mixing Course. Gibson. AKG. SSL Super Analogue. U87. AMS Neve 1073. Approach in mixing. Waves SSL Channel. 1176. CLA-76. REQ6. Renaissance EQ. Presonus. TLAudio. Sennheiser. Shure. Rode. Reverb. Sends. Altiverb. Cubase 8. Steinberg Cubase. Native Instruments Kontakt. SSL. Master Bus Compressor. Attack. Release. Ratio 2:1 4:1 10:1 600ms 10ms. Auto Release. Stereo field. Piano. Pan. Transients. Fender. Ibanez. PRS. Martin. 12 fret. API 550. Shelf filter. Bell filter. Tube-Tech. How to mix a solo guitar. How to mix EDM. How to Mix Hip Hop. How to Mix in Reaper. How to Mix in Pro Tools. How to mix in FL Studio. How to Mix in Studio One. How to Mix in GarageBand. Softube Summit Audio. How to Mix Trap. How to mix Metal. How to Mix Rock Songs. How to Mix Rock Music.

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    Videos on this channel are the light entertaining addition to the unique audio production, music production and mxing course from the top ranked recording engineer/mixer/music producer Andrew Zeleno. Unique because we work on sound and compare it with the best professional song in the world made by somebody from the top 20 audio engineers. We make our projects sounding on the same level of quality in real time. Plus the teacher doesn't shoot videos like others but takes responsibility to make you a professional and lead you from beginning to the end working with you during 9 months. it's not only theory but there are home works and online checking results with demonstrating how it should be done. For getting the most advanced skills and taking a place in the music industry, check this course. It's the only one music production school online which makes you a true professional with competitive skills/products after 9 months even if you are a beginner. Because you really see your results in comparison with the best products from the best professionals. Nobody compare because a teacher has to have ability to make the sound on the same level. Mixing, mastering, recording, sound design, editing, post production, philosophy, instruments, ears trainings, music theory, professional approach, different genres. The techer is the top ranked audio engineer/music producer with more than 10 years in the industry who worked also with SSL and working with Waves on a new plugin right now. The teacher is so believe in this course that he desn't take any payment in advance. It gives you an opportunity to attend a couple of Skype lessons to make sure that this course is for you.

    How to Mix Vocals. How to Mix Song. How to Mix Drums. How to eq. How to use a compressor. How to write music. How music theory works. How to make beats. Beat Making. Vocal Mixing. Drums Mixing. How to Mix Guitars. Guitar Mixing. Acoustic Treatment. Pro Tools. Logic Pro. Cubase. Nuendo. FL Studio. Ableton Live. Studio One. Reaper. Native Instruments. Waves. Softube. Slate Digital. DAW. Best Plugins.

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    Alesis Master Control Recording Package

    4:27

    MasterControl from Alesis offers control over every aspect of your computer based studio, eliminating the need for an individual audio interface, mixer and transport surfaces, speaker switching units and lots more. The easiest way to understand what Master Control can offer a producer is to split it into it's three main function sections:

    Audio Interface
    The Alesis Mastercontrol is a fully equipped, professional quality, 24-bit, 192kHz, high-resolution, low-latency audio interface. Equipped for nearly any input type, it's rear panal features 8 analogue inputs. The first two of these inputs are XLR connections with high-definition microphone preamps, 48V phantom power, and channel inserts. The other analogue inputs are balanced 1/4 TRS jacks, which can be used simultaneously with inputs 1 and 2. MasterControls input section can be expanded to handle up to 24 simultaneous inputs, including dual ADAT Lightpipe, coaxial, and optical S/PDIF. Six analog outputs allow for the connection of audio monitoring systems and external recording devices, and a 16-channel MIDI interface enables connection of external MIDI devices, further extending MasterControls already impressive I/O capabilities. All data is transferred to your computer via a low-latency FireWire connection (Mac or PC compatible). Just this one single cable carries all of your audio and control data from the Master Control to your computer.

    Control Surface
    MasterControl is also a fully equipped controller surface, allowing for easy hands-on mixing and editing of your music, as well as control over the assignable aspects of your software. Master Control features 9 motorised, touch-sensitive, 100mm faders, 8 assignable knobs (accessing three control banks each) and two banks of eight assignable buttons (accessing two control banks each). These multiple banks of assignable controllers enable access to over a staggering 50 software parameters in real time! You also get fully comprehensive transport controls with a multifunction jog wheel.

    Control Room Management
    Built-in speaker switching means that the MasterControl enables you to switch between multiple sets of monitor loudspeakers, essential for when you're checking the accuracy of a mix. The 6 analogue outputs are grouped into 3 assignable stereo pairs. Master Controls direct monitor routing offers a flexible way of assigning audio sources through any and all of these output pairs. If that wasn't enough for you, the Alesis MasterControl also features twin, independently assignable stereo headphone outputs (each with independent gain controls) and a built-in talkback microphone, which enables easy communication with musicians in your live room. The talkback mic can be operated via the control panel or an optional footswitch. Realtime visual display of all your actions is shown on a large, backlit screen.

    Alesis's Mastercontrol really is a producer's dream come true, offering absolutely everything you could want from a control surface and audio interface, tying your setup together with one simple unit...it even comes with bundled copies of Steinberg's Cubase LE 4 and Ableton's Live Lite 7.

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    Mastering Electronic Dance Music - Professional Tutorial

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    Learn to master at home with great results.

    Mastering is not about making your music louder to compete with others. It’s not about making a track punchy or making your bass louder and it’s not about adding “air” or “highs”. It’s also not about using a standard preset processing chain. In fact, contrary to what most “mastering tutorials” are telling you, loudness is irrelevant and these “preset chains” of processors will rarely work in favor of your music.

    Instead, professional mastering is about objectivity and perspective. It’s about understanding your tools, mastery of your meters and an appreciation of the dynamics and tone of a piece of music. It’s about understanding how streaming formats will affect your music and how dynamics can often be far more important than simply being loud. And it involves knowing what to listen for and how to listen for it. Yet, with so many mastering tutorials available, it’s surprising how so few touch upon any of these topics.

    For Mastering, we investigate the art and science behind professional mastering for electronic dance music and how you can accomplish great results at home. Since mastering is so heavily dependent on an understanding of what’s happening inside the music we begin our tutorial with an examination of bit rates, sample rates, weighting, levels, and meters. Here we introduce and discuss the differences in meters, why they’re so important for mastering and also introduce the different measurements such as LUFS (LKFS), dBFS, VU, R128, ITU-R B 1170 and the CALM Act. We then show how to set-up and begin to use your meters to accurately depict what’s happening with the music.

    From here we move on to further important topics such as maintaining PLR, PSR and crest factors, the problems with inter-sample peaking, RMS vs Peak, and the importance of measuring true peak. We show how to follow AES Streaming guidelines, how to master properly for iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, Pandora and other online streaming services and how to ensure your mix sounds the best it can on all of them. We also examine the problems inherent with dithering, quantization noise, an explanation and the uses of mid-side and dynamic EQ, true peak limiting and multi-band compression.

    We also cover how to gain objectivity, what to listen for and how to listen before finally mastering 5 tracks submitted by our DMP community. Here, we show how all this theory ties together and applies in practice, mastering the 5 tracks each from different dance music genres, and showing how to best use your tools and meters to produce professional results rather than the all too typical dynamically restricted noise that many would have you believe constitute a master.

    During the course of the tutorial, we also examine the sonic differences between mastering in software and hardware. Using top-flight studio hardware including SSL, Empirical Labs, API and Chandler we compare the results to mixes mastered completely in software. Finally, we then run a comparison of LANDR’s automated mastering service against our masters to see if their service truly offers “professional” results

    Runtime: 8 Hours 11 minutes

    Module 1

    Session 01: Mastering Tools: 20 minutes

    Session 02: Dithering: 15 minutes

    Session 03: Inter Sample Peaking: 9 minutes

    Session 04: LUFS & Weighting: 12 minutes

    Session 05: K-System: 5 minutes

    Session 06: Crest Factors: 17 minutes

    Session 07: PSR & PLR: 9 minutes

    Session 08: Mastering EQ: 7 minutes

    Session 09: Dynamic & Mid Side EQ: 16 minutes

    Session 10: Multiband Dynamics: 22 minutes

    Session 11: Bus Compression: 17 minutes

    Session 12: Limiters: 13 minutes

    Session 13: Ear Training 1: 24 minutes

    Session 14: Ear Training 2: 12 minutes

    Session 15: Ear Training 3: 7 minutes

    Session 16: Setting Up: 19 minutes

    Session 17: Mastering Close it Down Part 1: 11 minutes

    Session 18: Mastering Close it Down Part 2: 7 minutes

    Session 19: Mastering Close it Down Part 3: 9 minutes

    Session 20: Mastering Close it Down Part 4: 13 minutes

    Session 21: Mastering Close it Down Part 5: 10 minutes

    Session 22: Mastering Soul Weaver Part 1: 10 minutes

    Session 23: Mastering Soul Weaver Part 2: 4 minutes

    Session 24: Mastering Soul Weaver Part 3: 11 minutes

    Session 25: Mastering Soul Weaver Part 4: 20 minutes

    Session 26: Mastering FlapSnapper Part 1: 8 minutes

    Session 27: Mastering FlapSnapper Part 2: 8 minutes

    Session 28: Mastering FlapSnapper Part 3: 22 minutes

    Session 29: Mastering Unknown Fires Part 1: 12 minutes

    Session 30: Mastering Unknown Fires Part 2: 10 minutes

    Session 31: Mastering Unknown Fires Part 3: 10 minutes

    Session 32: Mastering Forever Fly Part 1: 10 minutes

    Session 33: Mastering Forever Fly Part 2: 18 minutes

    Session 34: Mastering Forever Fly Part 3: 9 minutes

    Session 35: Mastering Forever Fly Part 4: 9 minutes

    Session 36: LANDR: 39 minutes #tutorial #musicproduction #tips #howto #

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    Art Pro VLA II Demo And DAW Integration

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    Using Analogue hardware opens up some new sonic possibilities when working in the box. In this video we connect up the Art Pro VLA II and test it with with some acoustic guitars and vocals.

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    The CLA Vocal EFX Chain | MixBetterNow.com

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    The CLA Vocal EFX Chain | Mix Better Now

    Here is the vocal effects chain from the multi-talented, multi Grammy Award winning Mix Engineer, CHRIS LORD-ALGE. Whether working on his SSL or in the box in Pro Tools, you'll commonly see CLA use a Vocal Plate, Stereo 1/4 Note Delay, and a Mono Slap Delay to achieve his huge vocal sound.

    In this video I break each effect down step by step and show you how Chris uses each, from the pre-delay on his Plate Reverb to the milliseconds of his Mono Slap, its all here. You really can't go wrong using these vocal effects in your session. I hope these inspire you to make lots of great music!

    If you enjoyed this video and would like to see Chris Lord-Alge mix in much more depth, please be sure to head over and check out the CLA Audio Legends premium mix course from my friends at Slate Digital HERE:

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    expired Mastering EQ by Eventide Thru Oct. 31, 2017

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    Watch: Matching 2 songs with EQuivocate

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    EQuivocate, Powerful & Precise Human Ear EQ
    Perfect for mixing and mastering, EQuivocate's auditory filters and match EQ functionality make it incredibly powerful, simple to use, and natural sounding. EQuivocate uses filters which are modeled on the human ear. Each of the 26 critical bands tickles a different part of your inner ear, making any combination of settings sound as natural as possible. Combining this with a linear-phase filter shape that reduces pre-echo makes EQuivocate an EQ with a difference you can hear.

    Use EQuivocate’s Match EQ feature to make the sound of your track match or complement the audio signal streamed to its sidechain. You can also use it to make a final master match the tone of a reference track, or help fit a sound into a dense mix. Unlike other match EQ plug-ins, EQuivocate provides a transparent match without trying to model imperceptible differences which can cause a match EQ to sound unnatural. Feed your favorite song or individual track into it and instantly morph your tone to match.

    The 26 filters are distributed along the Mel Spectrum but you can customize the filters and their frequencies. When combined with usability options like Automatic Level Compensation, Draw EQ Curve, and individual solos for each critical band, EQuivocate is as powerful as it is precise.

    Simple yet musical, the 26 linear phase auditory filters are shaped to approximate the critical band filters in your ear.
    Match EQ feature matches the tone of one track to another. Blend two tracks to sound like they came from the same source, complement each other for better separation, or make a final master have a similar tone to a reference track!
    Click and swipe your mouse across the gain slider field to draw an EQ curve. Then toggle Draw Curve off to fine tune.
    Use the output level Auto button to automatically compensate for level changes introduced by the EQ.
    Solo the output of one or more bands to easily find problem frequencies.
    Add or remove filters to customize your sound.
    Includes artist presets from Richard Devine, Jeremy Lubsey, Alex Saltz, Sebastian Arocha Morton, Richard X, and John McCaig.
    Start with the presets or create your own. Use the Compare button to toggle between two unique settings.



    Enjoy!

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    Andrew Zeleno - What It Takes to Win - Song Review

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    Videos on this channel are the light entertaining addition to the unique audio production, music production and mxing course from the top ranked recording engineer/mixer/music producer Andrew Zeleno. Unique because we work on sound and compare it with the best professional song in the world made by somebody from the top 20 audio engineers. We make our projects sounding on the same level of quality in real time. Plus the teacher doesn't shoot videos like others but takes responsibility to make you a professional and lead you from beginning to the end working with you during 9 months. it's not only theory but there are home works and online checking results with demonstrating how it should be done. For getting the most advanced skills and taking a place in the music industry, check this course. It's the only one music production school online which makes you a true professional with competitive skills/products after 9 months even if you are a beginner. Because you really see your results in comparison with the best products from the best professionals. Nobody compare because a teacher has to have ability to make the sound on the same level. Mixing, mastering, recording, sound design, editing, post production, philosophy, instruments, ears trainings, music theory, professional approach, different genres. The techer is the top ranked audio engineer/music producer with more than 10 years in the industry who worked also with SSL and working with Waves on a new plugin right now. The teacher is so believe in this course that he desn't take any payment in advance. It gives you an opportunity to attend a couple of Skype lessons to make sure that this course is for you.

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    How to Get UpFront Dancehall Vocals with EQ - Mixing Dancehall

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    Everybody has looked at a stereo system or while playing music on your phone you see controls for Bass and Treble. These are basic EQ controls. Today's episode we show more of what we do with EQ to get those clear upfront vocals in modern dancehall

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