From microphone choice and placement to signal chain, tuning, and much more, read fifty-seven essential dos and don’ts of vocal production.
It’s bound to happen: you toil over an audio mix for hours, but it still doesn’t work. These practical and psychological tips are designed to get you out of the inevitable mix rut.
Not a mastering engineer? No problem. Consider these ten tips your guide for getting a great master on your own, no matter where your expertise lies.
Don’t like the way your audio sounds? Try these seven approaches to add life to your tracks.
We break down the different models and styles of analog hardware compressors, and why they are still important in the world of digital production.
Take care of vocal editing, comping, and cleanup at the right time in your workflow and keep your momentum flowing in the right direction.
A well-produced track is like a top-shelf steak—overcook it and you just might ruin it. Here are a few tips to help you know when to let go of your perfectionism and call your project done.
Ozone 7 and Ozone 7 Advanced have a full set of professionally-designed presets to help you get started with your master.
Coming soon, the latest version of Ozone includes updates to several modules and the addition of a whole new class of vintage-inspired processing.
It’s important for a mastering engineer understand what the artist is trying to accomplish, and keep open lines of communication throughout the mastering process.
Learn how to enhance the piano's role as a background instrument in the mix through some stylized mixing approaches.
Take a drum mix from a great recording to a fantastic mix using tools such as Alloy 2's multiband Transient Shaper as well as vintage compression tricks and the Harmonic Exciter module.