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Recording engineer, mixer, and producer Julian King (of Tim McGraw, Hank Williams Jr., and Toby Keith credit) offers his top mixing tips for country music.
In this article we break down two of the grooviest features found in most DAWs: swing and syncopation. Follow along with audio examples.
How do demos and polished mixes differ? We dive deep into which music production and mixing elements separate the two, and how you can transform bland audio into songs that sing.
Merrill Garbus (Tune-Yards) discusses how they used Nectar to create unique vocal sounds on the their new album, 'I can feel you creep into my private life.'
Peter Hayes from Black Rebel Motorcycle Club talks about how RX saved the vocals on their new album, Wrong Creatures.
The sound designers from It spoke with iZotope about how they built a sense of fear through the creative use of sound.
Audio engineer Colin Brittain (One Ok Rock, Papa Roach, All Time Low) and producer Chad Cisneros (Tritonal) share how they use iZotope’s VocalSynth plug-in.
Take care of vocal editing, comping, and cleanup at the right time in your workflow and keep your momentum flowing in the right direction.
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