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The 5 Best Methods for Recording on Location


This is a guest post by Ashley Coxx. If you would like to submit a guest post, check out the guidelines here. While musicians have access to state-of-the-art recording studios, many travel to record their tunes on location. Challenging perhaps, for producers to get the sound quality they need, the practice of recording on location is...


Zen and the Art of a Strong Stereo Image


This is a guest post from mastering engineer Barry Gardner who operates SafeandSound online mastering From time to time I hear a mix that has a dubious stereo image.  This can affect both acoustic or electronic mixes. For acoustic mixes it is often the mic technique that creates a problematic stereo image. For electronic mixes,...


The Sculptor’s Guide to Electronic Music Mixing


This is a guest post by Mark Dowdell. [Editor’s note: This guest post is a part of Dynamic Range Day 2012. Electronic music is one of the most unnecessarily compressed genres out there, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Any mix that’s allowed to breathe will sound better, especially electronic music filled with...


The Sculptor's Guide to Electronic Music Mixing


This is a guest post by Mark Dowdell. [Editor’s note: This guest post is a part of Dynamic Range Day 2012. Electronic music is one of the most unnecessarily compressed genres out there, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Any mix that’s allowed to breathe will sound better, especially electronic music filled with...


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