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How to use reference mixes to help your mixing work
This week Chris & Jody talk about the concepts of using reference mixes to help your mixing work. Discussing why this is a useful way to help guide a mix. Find out how we tend to use reference mixes and why. Also find out who makes some useful plugins that make referencing other mixes easier in your DAW. It's also not unlikely that there will be some nonsense discussed.
Recording Advice: Why No Rules Is Bad Advice
This week Inside the Recording Studio talks about the concepts of telling people there are no rules when it comes to recording and just use your ears. Discussing why this is bad advice and not good form for helping others achieve their recording goals. It's also not unlikely that there will be some nonsense discussed.
Myth Busting: Debunking Audio Myths Around The Studio
Chris and jody take on busting some more myths in the studio. The oxygen free myth for cables. The audio version of USB cables myth. The "my DAW is better than your DAW myth." Plus some hidden stories of other myths you might encounter in the wild world of audio recording. It's also not unlikely that there will be some nonsense discussed.
Talkin About Stems And Multitracks - What's The Flippin Difference?
Chris and jody take on the topic of sharing projects while recording. The differences between stems and multitrack projects. How it applies to collaboration, mixing, or sending a song out to be mixed. When someone might ask for stems and what they mean by it. Know your terminology so you can sound competent in any recording, mixing, mastering and licensing situation. It's also not unlikely that there will be some nonsense discussed.
Headphone Monitor Mix Solutions for Home and Pro Studios
Chris and jody take on the topic of headphone monitor mix solutions. From the very simple and even hack methods for home studios. Up to mid level studio solutions and then the beyond with pro level solutions. All solutions are meant to get your clients to feel most comfortable with their headphone mix while tracking in your studio. It's all in here. It's also not unlikely that there will be some nonsense discussed.
Loops: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Chris and jody take on the topic of making use of loops in creating productions. Be it drums, percussion, instruments, vocals, etc, all kinds of loops. Is it considered cheating? Can you be creative with them? A little bit of history about loops also comes a long way in this episode. Plus a word to the wise about copyrights and sampling to make loops. It's all in here. It's also not unlikely that there will be some nonsense discussed.