5 Advantages of mixing in mono

5 advantages of mixing in mono

Audiotent Tip 411. 5 Advantages of mixing in mono. Mixing in mono isn’t for everyone, but there can be some great advantages in doing so. If you’ve not tried it … Read More

Narrow Q When Cutting

Narrow q when cutting

Audiotent Tip 396. Narrow Q When Cutting. When removing unwanted resonances using an equalizer, it’s often a good practice to use a narrow Q value. This way the cut is … Read More

Panning

Panning

Audiotent Tip 336. Panning. Positioning your instruments left or right in the stereo field is a great way to get more separation in your mix. Make sure you don’t pan two … Read More

Re-adjust in the mix

Re-adjust in the mix

#AudiotentTip 300. Re-adjust in the mix. Smaller issues, such as sibilant vocals, loud claps or harsh cymbals can be very tricky to fix in the mastering process. Make sure you … Read More

Mixing in mono

Mixing in mono

#AudiotentTip 264. Mixing in mono. A great mixing technique that is used by some of the worlds leading engineers is to mix in mono. Simply add a utility plugin on … Read More

EQ Tip on how to refocus high frequencies

Eq tip on how to refocus high frequencies

#AudiotentTip 253. Refocusing High Frequencies. During the creative process, if you find yourself reaching for more high frequency sounds to brighten up a dull mix, stop. Instead, try to remove … Read More

Dynamic Range

dynamic range

#AudiotentTip 229. Dynamic range. Make sure you don’t over compress or over limit your master too much. This will drastically reduce the dynamic range of your track. The transient detail … Read More