Using MID/Side EQ For Mastering!
Oct 21, 2020

Using MID/Side EQ For Mastering!

Mid/Side EQ is a powerful tool for both mixing & master. For this post though, we're going to focus on the benefits of using it for mastering. This quick production tips will save you time in the studio and improve your workflow.

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Our Top 5 Omnisphere Time Saving Features!
Oct 14, 2020

Our Top 5 Omnisphere Time Saving Features!

Omnisphere not only has amazing sounds, but it has a lot of useful features in it that can help save you time & just make your creative process easier! These quick production tips will save you time in the studio and improve your workflow.

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5 Tips For Sync Licensing
Oct 12, 2020

5 Tips For Sync Licensing

In this blog, we discuss five incredibly useful things you should know when getting involved with sync licensing. There are a few things to consider & to watch out for when getting involved with sync licensing & we discuss those in detail in this blog. We also give out some useful tips to better your preparation & organization of the music you want to get placed!

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Choosing Where To Start When Mastering!
Oct 07, 2020

Choosing Where To Start When Mastering!

When it comes to EQing, it can help to start with the section that has the most going on first. Such as the area that has the drums, bass, lead instrument, & vocals all going on at once. These quick production tips will save you time in the studio and improve your workflow.

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Parallel Distortion
Sep 30, 2020

Parallel Distortion

Need a little extra knock & punch to your drums? Parallel distortion can do the trick!

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Top 5 Mastering Plugins in 2020!
Sep 28, 2020

Top 5 Mastering Plugins in 2020!

Mastering is the final stage of the music making process before we upload it to the world to hear. We always recommend getting things to sound right during the recording process & in your mix first before mastering. 

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Vocal EQ – Quick Guide
Sep 23, 2020

Vocal EQ – Quick Guide

The following areas are ballpark numbers & you will have to search somewhere between these areas. Some vocals may have these same issues, but at even lower or higher frequencies; each vocal is different. You won’t always need to cut every area either. Some vocals may need a cut in a certain area while some are best left alone in another area.

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