Best Tips For Mixing Duets, Trios, and Quartet Vocals

Have you ever struggled with how to get a good, blended, balanced sound when you are mixing duets, trios and quartets with or without a bass singer? You should like this one. I will show you exactly how to get a good blend when you are mixing a lot of singers! Don’t forget to pick… Continue reading Best Tips For Mixing Duets, Trios, and Quartet Vocals

Get this Awesome Lead Vocal Effect by Adding Delay to your Reverb

Share0 This is an awesome part of a full tutorial Kevin recorded for MixCoach Member. We thought you’d enjoy it! ​In this video Kevin shows you how to create a fantastic vocal effect by adding a delay to the reverb! Check Out MixCoach Member

“What Volume Should I Have On The Master/ Stereo Out, When The Mix Is Ready?”

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“What volume should I have on the Master/ Stereo Out, when the mix is ready?” Keep RMS around -10-12dB, ceiling -1dB and you are done:) To make use of this short statement in practice we need to clarify some things like the difference between gain, volume, level and loudness and also some other questions need… Continue reading “What Volume Should I Have On The Master/ Stereo Out, When The Mix Is Ready?”

MixCoach Podcast 069: Automating Vocals

This week we are talking all about automating vocals and breaking your mix into parts. Raw Transcript: Announcer: This is the MixCoach podcast number 69. John: On this episode of the podcast we’re going to talk about automating vocals and a simple way to break something down from a huge track count into its individual… Continue reading MixCoach Podcast 069: Automating Vocals

The Kaotica Eyeball – Now you can record great vocals in any setting

This is Matt Butler with Mixcoach here to talk about a relatively new product for audio engineers. The Kaotica Eyeball is the latest innovation for acoustic treatment for large or home studios alike. At first I thought, “Oh boy. Another acoustic treatment gimmick!”. After about 15 minutes of using the Kaotica Eyeball, I was singing… Continue reading The Kaotica Eyeball – Now you can record great vocals in any setting

MixCoach Podcast 060: Common Numbers in Mixing

This week on the Mix Coach Podcast, we talk about ‘magic’ or common numbers we’ve come across while mixing. Below is a transcript of the Common Numbers in Mixing Podcast Raw Transcript: Announcer: This is the Mix Coach Podcast Episode 60. This week on the podcast we’re going to talk about magic or common numbers… Continue reading MixCoach Podcast 060: Common Numbers in Mixing

Winners announced for the Mixing Rap Vocals-Quiztone app giveaway

Hey Guys! I want to send out a sincere congratulations to the winners of the “Mixing Rap Vocals” and Quiztone app bundle that our buddies at TheProAudioFiles.com. If you didn’t win Mixing Rap vocals, that’s Okay.  You can still get it for a really low price. Congrats to: Ok. The winners of the Mixing Rap… Continue reading Winners announced for the Mixing Rap Vocals-Quiztone app giveaway

Mixing Rap Vocals

I sat down with Dan Comerchero of TheProAudioFiles.com and talked about their new product called “Mixing Rap Vocals” with Matthew Weiss. Dan decided to give away 4 bundles of his Mac App, “Quiztones” and his new Training video called “mixing rap vocals”. all you need to do to enter the contest is comment below this… Continue reading Mixing Rap Vocals

007 MixCoach Minute – How I treat “Enya-style” back ground vocals

Ever had tons of background vocals that you need to put behind the lead vocal? This episode will explain how I treat those. [youtube]8DgyDVlrkl8[/youtube] Raw Transcript: Hey guys, its Kevin with MixCoach here for episode number seven of the MixCoach Minute. I have a question from Javier Coloma. He has a question about ethereal voices floating… Continue reading 007 MixCoach Minute – How I treat “Enya-style” back ground vocals

Recording Vocals in a booth – Strategy from the front line

There’s a lot of human psychology that goes into nurturing a performance out of great singers.  The studio environment is where it’s cultivated when it’s time to actually capture it. I am working at the Sound Kitchen today and wanted you to see my way of capturing the performances this time as opposed to the… Continue reading Recording Vocals in a booth – Strategy from the front line