Many producers starting out at one point want to emulate the popular ‘pumping’ dance sound that’s out there. With this guide I will explain readers how to lay out the basics for such a track using sidechain compression.
Audio Mixing & Editing
Now that you've recorded your tracks the fun can begin! How do you get started mixing and editing? What to do when you encounter problems? Learn tips and secrets of the art of sound mixing and editing from the pros.
For the novice or budding producer here are some audio mixing tips for obtaining a balanced mix, getting your levels right, panning and ensuring a good signal to start with. The article also offers a little information on EQ’ing, and provides a link to a comprehensive article on the art.
Here are some terms that are used by audio mixers and audio editors.
Music mixing games are most likely the set of games parents and guardians would want their kids to indulge in. Music mixing games will motivate kids to use their creativity by combining different sounds of musical instruments. Here are the four flash-based websites that offer fun music mixing games.
Learn how to take your 702 sound mixer and adjust it so it is ready for video production.
Mixing is usually about crowd control. But sometimes you’ll have a thin mix of maybe two or three instruments. How can you fill it out to make it sound good and full? Reverb? Sure, if your target audience is people in shopping malls and elevators. But if you want people to actually listen, read on .
You’d be amazed (or maybe you wouldn’t) at how many home enthusiasts launch themselves body and soul into mixing their tracks, enthusiastically but with no real sense of direction.
If that sounds familiar to you, let’s start putting that right, right now.