The question then becomes: what can you do to fix a boxy snare drum in the mix? Well, there are plenty of ways to approach this problem and a few specific fixes that work in just about every situation. Let’s look at what they are.
Whether you’re about to jump into your first session as the engineer behind the DAW or you’re a seasoned vocal engineer that’s done hundreds or thousands of sessions, there are a handful of best practices to follow when you’re working with vocalists that can lead to infinitely better results.
We’re going to take a look at why that is and how do-it-yourself bass drops are the perfect solution to their problems.
Plenty of engineers have proven that this can be done successfully without a second set of ears helping the process along – so we’re going to take a look at what they’re doing differently.