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GoYeah / Luc Goyer 13 days ago
Looking for a mix engineer to finally put this wonderful song to its shiniest state I will zip all files and use WeTransfer for the tracks used. There is some lattitude for producing also involved. Please contact me via message on my profile. Thanks in advance!

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jvhproductions / Juan Valdez 14 days ago
Do you need an ISRC Code issued for your song? I'm an authorized ISRC Registrar, licensed by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and approved by IFPI to issue ISRC Codes to clients worldwide. Contact me if you need one or more issued..

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BrokenBString / Chris Matthews 27 days ago
How Dry Is Dry? So here's a hypothetical case. I record a guitar track with a bunch of effects; noise gate, compressor, eq, delay, reverb, Melodyne for the duff notes :-) and so on. I post an "Idea" and the project owner says can I please upload a "dry sep". What exactly IS that? Do I assume the mix engineer is going to want to recreate my guitar sound from scratch? Or do we have to have a conversation about what to leave in and out? I can understand a mix engineer wanting to have complete control over reverbs but what about the other stuff?

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ValShal / Alfonso PeNa 1mo+3dy ago
Hi!! Can anyone give me your feedback on this?

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ValShal / Alfonso PeNa 1mo+19dy ago
Hi everyone!!! I need your help!! You use reverb when you record vocals for the singer can hear his voice more similar to the final result. Do you think this is a good practice?

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xd238 / Ken Shabby - livin' up in d-Attic 2mo+8dy ago
How 2 mix properly ......

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jannik / Jannik Gade 2mo+15dy ago
Hello engineers! This one might surprise you: I'm looking for someone other than myself to mix and master this one!! This is just a scratch demo where the instruments will be replaced as kompozers join in. If someone is interested in being in from the start then this is it :)

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ecino / Emanuel Cino 3mo+6dy ago
Hi everyone! I have a question regarding room treatment, something I never did. I measured my room with Sonarworks and I attached the result. I think the biggest problem I have and that you can really hear in my room is the bump between 100-200hz. The software correction really helps but I guess I could achieve even better results if I applied some treatement in my room, right? So if I would go in that route, how do you know what's best to do? I don't know where I should start, a bass trap? Is the general process trying and measuring or is there a clever/methodologic way of doing this?

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sriracha / Billy LeCoq-Mauvais 3mo+6dy ago
Waves is having a deal now on their Abbey Road Studio 3 headphones environment for $99 (vs $199). Been playing around with this today. I'm going to say right off that it's I'm impressed. I'm not a huge waves guy - I have 2 plugs (now maybe 3) of theirs that I use - I prefer the slate and izotope products in general. - BUT - This is something. I've used many different virtual studio modeling tools - some for phones, some that change the output on your speakers to have the characteristics of rooms and other speakers, etc. I own a few of these. I never use any of them anymore. This is a bit different on a few fronts: 1) it uses your camera (or you can get a bluetooth thing I guess...not buying that) to track your head and it's motions so it can adjust the listening perspective to match what you would hear from your own speakers. 2) it can be set for near field, mid and far ranges so that if, like me, you mix in a nearfield environment, you can emulate that in this tool. 3) like the idea in the Sonarworks product, it can provide eq modeling to match your headphones. Ok - so it didn't have mine (HD598) but it has HD600's which are pretty close in their spectrum responses. 4) you can map your actual head size so it knows how far apart the cans are (yeah yeah yeah...even my huge cranium can be mapped...blahblahblah) The headtracking thing is a nifty bit of vr modeling and by and large seems to me to be accurate with what I get w/o phones and when I turn my head. The thing I was most pleased with is that it really sounds close to my speaker env. No, I don't have Abbey Road by any means, but I took time to setup my env to be pretty good for mixing and have used a few different tools to measure the results and adjust where needed in the room itself. That too me is a huge thing because I don't care to mix a lot on cans because of some of the reasons talked about in the previous vid I posted. Yes - I agree that you can get used to anything and in the end I agree that it's subjective - to each their own. But this thing...pretty amazed by it so far. I've got the demo which is good for a week. I'll follow on here with my experience as I attempt to mix stuff.

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xd238 / Ken Shabby - livin' up in d-Attic 3mo+6dy ago
IK Multimedia deal.... (not a free plugin so I can't post this in free plugins...) IK MULTIMEDIA PICK & MIX GROUP BUY Buy 1 eligible plugin and get 4 more of equal or lesser value for FREE. The deal keeps getting better as far as the number of free plugins you get, based on how many people join. At this point I bet another free plugin gets added since the deal stays up till the end of August. Buy 1 Get 2 Free* Buy 1 Get 3 Free* when 250 registrations are reached Buy 1 Get 4 Free* when 500 registrations are reached <<== currently here Buy 1 Get 5 Free* when 750 registrations are reached Buy 1 Get 6 Free* when 1000 registrations are reached Actually ends up being somewhat of a deal if you are into the IK Multimedia stuff... https://www.ikmultimedia.com/pickandmix/

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