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.
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.
Have you always wondered how you can separate musical elements from an already mixed record without owning the individual audio tracks or project file? I will explain a few procedures with which you can achieve such a result.
Does your audio file suffer from background noise that lowers your listening experience? You can get the problem fixed easily with these simple steps using a free software program.
Here are some of the best tips on editing audio from your digital audio workstation.
Mixing music involves technical skills and a really good ear. All your technical know-how will be for naught if you don’t know what kind of music you like and what it sounds like.
Here are a few things to think about when you are mixing your sound for video.
Here are a few tips for doing sound mixing on a dialogue scene for video.
An online drum machine makes the creation of drum loops and sequences easier and more efficient. They do not require downloading any kind of software. An Internet connection and a web browser are all that you need to create sounds.
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.