Creative ways to repair phase problems in your mix [podcast 72]

PodCast Episode 72

Last week we told you how to detect phasing problems in your mix.  This week, Kevin gives a few tips on creative ways to fix phasing problems in a mix. Raw Transcript: This is the Mix Coach podcast, episode 72. On this episode of the Mix Coach podcast, we talk about a bunch of ways…

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Train Your Ears – Part 2: Hearing Compression and Compression Distortion

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We’re in the middle of a series about ear training! Last week I detailed a method of training your ears to hear different frequencies and ranges. Click HERE to check that post out! This week I want to touch on how to train your ears to hear compression and compression induced distortion. Over the thousands…

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How to detect phasing problems in a mix [podcast 71]

PodCast Episode 71

In this episode of the podcast, Kevin gives a few tips on how to detect whether or not you have phasing problems in your mix. Raw Transcript: Jon Wright: This is the MixCoach Podcast, Episode 71. [Music] Kevin Ward: On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, I’m going to show you two surefire ways that…

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Train Your Ears – Part 1: Frequency Ranges

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What’s up MixCoachers! Hope you all had a great weekend! A couple weeks ago on MixCoach Member, Kevin and I were asked about resources for training your ears. As I was pulling together an answer with some resources I decided to take the time and send everyone the info! So over then next two weeks…

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Is your tracking room too small?

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As many of you know, last month a water pipe burst in Kevin’s studio while he was out and it flooded. Luckily, the computer, instruments, and other gear was high enough off the floor to evade the waves, but the main wall between the control room and the tracking room was ruined. After the shock…

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Two of the Most Common Mistakes Beginning Mixers Make

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Here at MixCoach and MixCoach Member we see lots of beginning mixers. We listen to and give feedback on their mixes. Throughout the years we’ve noticed some trends in beginners. Here are two of the most common. They pile on plug-ins. As with everything in life, the best lessons are the ones learned by experience.…

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Time Lapse of studio construction crew tearing down the walls

Reconstructing my studio has been a process.  This video was taken last Friday when the crew tore down my old wall and started building my new wall.  My next post will be on exactly how they built the new wall.  It’s Massive and dense.   More to come

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MixCoach Studio Design. On to Plan B.

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Studio Design Plan B Here is an update on the studio rebuild progress of kiloWatt/MixCoach Studios. After meeting with my insurance restoration expert and David Rochester a studio designer and longtime friend of mine, I have discovered that there are some issues with the new studio layout I designed. Check out the video to find out…

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My New Studio Floorplan

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As some of you know, my studio flooded a week ago today. Using a Google tool called Floorplan, I drafted something I think will work. Let me know what you think.   UPDATE:  After talking to David Rochester of Technical Audio Services, this studio design has been revised.

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My Studio Flooded

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I walked in after dinner last Friday night to a flooded basement where my studio resides. I now have to rebuild my studio… on a tight budget and on an even tighter schedule. So, I thought I’d include you guys in on my (unexpected) journey of rebuilding my studio. I’d love to hear your thoughts.

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