In a dense mix, an electric bass track can get easily buried in the background. It’s not anything you’ve done wrong really; our ears are just naturally inclined to pick up the mid/high frequency content (especially when there’s a lot of it).Continue reading
Unless you’ve gotten the chance to check out an anechoic chamber in person – everything you’ve ever heard has had some type of reverb or delay to it.Continue reading
Guitar solos are one of those things that you can never have enough of. Over the top shredding finds its way front and center in tons of rock & metal songs, as well as nearly every other genre that supports a bit of face-melting.Continue reading
What’s the largest session you’ve ever worked on? 50 tracks? 100 tracks? 200? At what point do you start losing individuality between the tracks and start muting instruments for space?
Echoes and delays can sound amazing when used in the right context, but what do you do when they’re muddying up your source audio track?Continue reading