10 EQ Moves For Your Next Mix

It’s no secret that EQ is one of the most useful plugins you can have in your mix. The problem I find is that it can be really hard to know where to start. I might know that there’s a problem with a track, and I know that I could fix it with EQ, but […]

[Video] Why I Only Record Three Takes

One of the great things about modern DAWs is their ability to effortlessly record and comp multiple takes of audio. But sometimes we can go too far. Too many takes can actually do more harm than good to your audio. Check out this video to see why I only do 3 takes, and why it […]

[Video] Arrangement Tip: Cut Things Out

Sometimes, a track might be working so well in your recording that you actually take it too far. It might be that the track is working for part of the song, but you would be better off getting rid of it in the rest of the song. I experienced this on my latest EP. Check […]

3 Ways To Avoid Clutter In Your Mix

Have you ever felt like your mix was cluttered? All of your tracks sounded great, but when you put them together, it just seemed like there’s too much? In this age of unlimited track count, it can be all too easy to needlessly clutter up your mix. Just because you can record whatever comes to […]

[Video] The Case For Splitting a Track In Two

Sometimes you want the processing for a track to be different for various sections of the song. For example, maybe you want a different EQ curve on a track based on the different instrumentation that’s going on in a particular section of the song. There are a few ways to do that. Today’s video outlines […]

[Video] Arrangement Tip: Change things up

Hey there! Got a new video for you today. This video contains a tip for how to keep your listener’s attention through the entire song, and lead them through the musical journey. The tip? Change things up. Watch the video to learn more. What do you think? Do you have ways that you like to […]