In Part 3 of the “Mixing Audio for Video” series we explore the tools of the trade—what you need to get the job done, and how to make the most out of what you already have.
When should you use multiple reverbs in a single mix? We explore six different mixing scenarios when employing more than one ‘verb might be just the trick.
Sometimes, drums are recorded quite badly, or out of step with the rest of the tune. It’s your job to fix it. Here are two common approaches to mixing live drums.
From film and TV to corporate and commercial gigs, part two of “Mixing Audio for Video” explores how to approach an audio post-production workflow.
From audio repair to vocal mixing, we take you through the basic steps required to make a vocal shine.
Have questions about mix automation in a DAW? We have answers. Learn what automation is, when to use it, the types of automation modes, and more.
In part one of this mini series, “Mixing Audio for Video,” we cover the basics: types of audio post formats, typical workflows, and some key terminology.
In this tutorial we cover tips for mix bus processing, including using Ozone’s Multiband Compressor to glue and frame the mix bus, and adding harmonic excitation to blow the lid off the mix.
Should you use a transient shaper or a compressor? From drum loops to synth leads, we examine six times a transient shaper just might beat a compressor.