Archive for Mixing

New Full-Length Mixing Tutorial on Puremix.net

I’m excited to share my first full-length (1h45m) mixing tutorial, head over to Puremix.net and watch how I mixed Amber Skye’s “Howlin” using Avid’s Pro Tools 11. Using his unique approach to routing and a hybrid workflow, he demonstrates and discusses the importance of working…

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Mixing ‘Fly Away’ with Universal Audio’s UAD

Check out my post over on the Universal Audio blog giving an in-depth look behind the mixing of Amanda Brown’s song ‘Fly Away’ which is on EMW Music Group’s charity album Shuffle. I break down how I treated her lead vocals, adding flange on a…

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Bit Crushing Article on Puremix.net

Check out this post I did last week for Puremix.net about tasteful bit crushing. Bit crushing is a very particular, distinct, and often abused effect that can add an unique color to mixes just as easily as it can rip your listeners’ ears off. I usually use…

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Moog 500 Series Analog Delay Video

Check out my latest video for Moog Music Inc, showing off not only how great their new 500 Series Analog Delays sound but also a few practical ways to integrate them into any studio. And of course I’ve already added it to the new Video…

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Phase Alignment Manifesto

I don’t mind admitting it, I love the infinite possibilities of phase relationships. If you are still stuck in the mindset that things are either in-phase or out-of-phase, black or white, then it’s time to wake up and listen closer. There are many shades of…

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Playing Favorites When Mixing

Where Should I Begin?  People are always arguing about mixing workflows and what order should you approach the elements of a mix? Some say you have to start with the vocals, others like to build up the rhythm section before moving on to the rest…

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Softube Grand Channel

Softube gave me early access to their brand new Summit Audio Grand Channel and EQF-1000 plugins. I’ve been rocking the TLA-100A for a while now was pretty excited to see how they did the EQ and they sure didn’t disappoint me, this is my favorite EQ plugin…

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