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Progress Of A Mix Conclusion

This is the last part of a series intended to follow a  mix through to completion. In a sense, this is exactly what happened. We have a completed work, yet not something I would consider  release ready material. What we ended up with in the end was a nice demo. So what differentiates a demo […]

Progress Of A Mix Part 2

In part one of this series I began a mix with Sreyashi, a  woman from India with a real talent for singing and lyrics. Sreyashi said  the rhythm interested her. We continue to work together on “Together” to get the track as good as it can be.  Some of the upper drum parts were clashing […]

Anatomy And Progress Of A Mix

Most mixes go through numerous changes throughout the process. In some cases you might not recognize the first examples compared to the end result. Today I’ll be covering the various stages a new song called ” Together” is going through to get to completion. Both the engineer and the talent can get tired of working […]

How I Approach Gain Staging

How I approach Gain Staging in DAW Production by Jeff Evans Introduction When we look at how we managed gain staging in the days of mixers and reel to reel multitrack analog tape recorders, there were conventions that were designed for a good reason and they actually worked! Mixers In mixers we aimed for a […]

Recording Hound- Mixing and Mastering Services

    Yes that’s right!! You heard it here first!! Recording hound now offers mixing and mastering services!! We won’t be going away after all! I know you haven’t heard from me in awhile. It took some time to arrive at the solutions to a few issues that have now been resolved! I can make […]

Buying A Keyboard

Introduction This article is intended to help you find the best keyboard for your home studio or gigging. The answer won’t be the same for everyone, so I’ll give a few ideas based on a few different user types. One of these should have you covered. There are advantages in having the ability to visit […]

How To Build A Recording Computer Part 6 Adding Hard Drives,  PCIe Cards and Making The Connections

How To Build A Recording Computer Part 6 Adding Hard Drives, PCIe Cards and Making The Connections

How To Build A Recording Computer Part 6 Adding Hard Drives, PCIe Cards and Making The Connections I used Samsung Evo SATA III SSD’s for this build. Three of them. I think it’s always safer to err on the side of potentially having too much room than to run out of space in a few […]

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