If you take credit at all, take credit for hiring awesome people! Whenever you take credit for something you didn’t do, it chips away at whatever trust you’ve already built.
On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin talks about the two ways to process overheads, including the pitfalls of compressing the overheads. He also touches on room mics, from the many ways the room can be mic’d to how to utilize the rooms in the mix. Kevin talks about what he calls a “sky hook” too. Kevin also talks about using Parallel and Bus Compression.
I get very discouraged when my mix sounds good on my studio speakers (KRK Rokit 5’s), it’s nice and sits well in the speakers, then I’ll take the song out to the car and the mix falls apart. … One more tip I can give you is to find a set of speakers that YOUR mix sounds bad and the other mix sounds good on… could be headphones, computer speakers, radio shack speakers… just find SOMETHING that your mix sucks on while the other one sounds GREAT or just good on…
On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin again gives you his specific signal chain, EQ and compressor settings for toms. He talks about when to use a gate to control the toms, as well as tailoring the sound of toms with EQ and compression.
I want to spend the next few weeks talking about how you can build trust as an engineer. Whether you are a seasoned studio veteran or a newbie working out your own bedroom, it’s VERY important that you start to gaining trust with your clients (or potential paying clients). Over the next several weeks, I’m…
On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, the snare is exposed just as the Kick was in the last episode. Kevin give you his specific EQ, and compression plug-ins and settings. He talks about finding the fundamental snare frequency.
The budget for this track was very low… mainly because she is a friend and client … and I just wanted to do it for her. … Note: I thought I had sent the skeleton track (without overdubs) out for her to approve and as it turns out, I composed it, but never sent it. 🙁 After she offered to give me more money to correct the track, I told her that she wouldn’t incur any additional cost.
On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin describes his signal chain, EQ and compressor settings in detail. You can use these settings to get great kick drum sounds. Some insight from someone who has been around the block a few times.
I know… terrible “Austin Powers” pun… (Man of Mixery) – anyway… Last summer, I mixed a very nice recording for a new friend of mine from Kiev, Ukraine. His name is Roman Vashchuk and he’s becoming quite popular in Ukraine. My plan is to Skype interview him about the recording and mix process later. I…
On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast, Kevin describes where his drum process begins. He talks about getting the phase right from the beginning.
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