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The Post Production Audio Guide (Part Two): Sound Mixing

The Post Production Audio Guide (Part Two): Sound Mixing | Audio Engineering | Scoop.it

In Part One we looked at Sound Editing – from plain recordings to stems – the process of selecting the right tracks, cleaning them, placing them in the right position and syncing them, etc.

In this part we’ll look at the second and final stage of audio post production – Sound Mixing.


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This article is definitely one of the most credible sources I found regarding sound mixing. They discuss the proper terms used in a professional studio and the process of mixing vocals/songs. 

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How to Run Your Home Studio Like a Startup Business

I want everyone to make money from their audio work. I honestly believe that ... For instance, do a lot of bands in your area have an easy way to record their music but when it comes to mixing, they sit around scratching their heads?

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» Why You Don’t Need Mastering Software

The marketing departments at the various recording software companies knew that many people people really don't understand much about the mastering process, what it is, or what it does. The found that people believed they needed SPECIAL software to master their music. This article will discuss why I don't believe in mastering software.


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Industry professionals will tell you that you need a top notch million dollar studio to master music. In this article they state multiple ways to go about achieving a great sound without having to spend so much money. A pro would be the music will sound more natural vs being over saturated with effects. 

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Mixing With Headphones

This is a post by mastering engineer Barry Gardner, who operates SafeandSound mastering, a mastering studio proficient in mastering electronic dance music. As a rule if you are going to attempt to mix on headphones it is ...

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Mixing With Headphones

This is a post by mastering engineer Barry Gardner, who operates SafeandSound mastering, a mastering studio proficient in mastering electronic dance music. As a rule if you are going to attempt to mix on headphones it is ...

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» Why You Don’t Need Mastering Software

The marketing departments at the various recording software companies knew that many people people really don't understand much about the mastering process, what it is, or what it does. The found that people believed they needed SPECIAL software to master their music. This article will discuss why I don't believe in mastering software.


Via Hugo V. Monteiro, Quan Askew
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Industry professionals will tell you that you need a top notch million dollar studio to master music. In this article they state multiple ways to go about achieving a great sound without having to spend so much money. A pro would be the music will sound more natural vs being over saturated with effects. 

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How to Run Your Home Studio Like a Startup Business

I want everyone to make money from their audio work. I honestly believe that ... For instance, do a lot of bands in your area have an easy way to record their music but when it comes to mixing, they sit around scratching their heads?

Via Jake Russell
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