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

Three ways to become a more consistent mixer

Let me ask a question… do you think that McDonald’s has the best hamburgers in the world? I don’t. I make a pretty mean burger myself. So why do billions of people go to McDonald’s to eat? No matter where you are in the world, you will find McDonald’s on some busy corner packed with… Continue reading Three ways to become a more consistent mixer

Two of the Most Common Mistakes Beginning Mixers Make

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.… Continue reading Two of the Most Common Mistakes Beginning Mixers Make

Mixing Tools: The Bus (Part 2 – Sends)

In the first part of our discussion about using the Bus system in your DAW, we talked about creating submixes (routing the main outputs of different sources to a single track). Now we’ll discuss another common way of using buses to send a “copy” of the output signal to additional locations. Using a bus for… Continue reading Mixing Tools: The Bus (Part 2 – Sends)