How To Repair A Noisy Snare Drum With “Strip Silence” In Pro Tools

Have you ever had a snare drum where the ghost notes or the high hat was about as loud as the snare itself?  Here is one way to fix that problem. Using the “strip silence” function in Pro Tools, I use a combination of extract and strip to get 2 snare tracks so that I… Continue reading How To Repair A Noisy Snare Drum With “Strip Silence” In Pro Tools

MixCoach Podcast 061: Our Mixing Workflow

Today at MixCoach, we are talking about our mixing workflows and the power of having a workflow. Enjoy! Raw Transcript: Kevin: This is the Mix Coach Podcast Number 61. John: This week on the podcast we’re going to be talking about the power of workflows in mixing and not just the power of workflows. We’re… Continue reading MixCoach Podcast 061: Our Mixing Workflow

Pro Tools 11 – MixCoach’s First Look at “The New Standard In Audio Production”

Pro Tools 11 – MixCoach’s First Look at “The New Standard In Audio Production” On Tuesday here in Nashville, Vintage King and Avid hosted an “up-close” look at Pro Tools 11 and everything it has to offer. So I headed on over to take a look at what is being billed as “the new standard… Continue reading Pro Tools 11 – MixCoach’s First Look at “The New Standard In Audio Production”

MixCoach Playbook – Open a saved preset in Pro Tools

I can’t tell you how many cumulative hours I’ve wasted opening up my favorite plugin and then “tweaking” it until it was right… and then doing the same thing on every other channel I worked on! Watch this. This will save you hours. Did you know about this? Why didn’t you tell me? 🙂 [youtube]CL9zTNFQf_k[/youtube]

Vocal Recording Tips and Principles – Part 4

Here is the fourth and last post in the series on Vocal Recording by Jon Wright. They were written while sitting in on a vocal session with Kevin Ward and Wayne Haun. “These last tips are more social and can apply to any recording situation. Studio work and working with musicians is very social. A… Continue reading Vocal Recording Tips and Principles – Part 4

Vocal Recording Tips and Principles – Part 2

Here is the second post by Jon Wright. Written while sitting in on a vocal session with Kevin Ward and Wayne Haun. “The first and one of the most important tips: Be open with the artist about what you are doing. Let them know when you are editing, changing settings, swapping out gear, and even… Continue reading Vocal Recording Tips and Principles – Part 2