Using the Eventide Ultra Channel on Back Ground Vocals

​In this video, ​Kevin takes a moment to walk through how he uses the Eventide Ultra Channel on back ground vocals to get that perfect balance of standing out without distracting from the lead.​ This is an excerpt from a full tutorial from MixCoach Member, we have TONS of these kinds of videos in their… Continue reading Using the Eventide Ultra Channel on Back Ground Vocals

The “Very Best” Plug-in Choices For 2017 (PART 1)

 The “Very Best” Plug-in Choices For 2017  It’s that time of year again! With 2016 behind us it’s a great time to look back at the work we have done and think about how we can improve over the year ahead. With that comes a lot of thought and talk about the tools that we… Continue reading The “Very Best” Plug-in Choices For 2017 (PART 1)

How To Tune Vocals On A Budget

On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast Kevin answers a question from one of our subscribers about his approach to tuning vocals using Melodyne, Autotune, and Waves Tune.  Check out this episode to learn more about what techniques Kevin uses for tuning vocals.  Enjoy the podcast and don’t forget to rate and subscribe to the MixCoach… Continue reading How To Tune Vocals On A Budget

Learning How To Hear Compression

On this episode of the MixCoach Podcast Kevin discuses different techniques for learning how to hear compression, and what you can do to train your ear to hear how a compressor is reacting to a signal.  Check out this episode to learn what tips Kevin has for learning to hear compression! Enjoy the podcast and… Continue reading Learning How To Hear Compression

What To Do When Your Parallel Compression Sounds “Phasey”

On this episode of the podcast, Kevin answers a question from one of our subscribers asking about parallel processing, and a “whooshy” or “phasey” sound that happens when he uses parallel compression. Kevin explains what causes these phase issues, and discusses a few simple ways to take care of it in your mixes.  If you are… Continue reading What To Do When Your Parallel Compression Sounds “Phasey”