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Bobby Owsinski's Big Picture Music Production Blog: The 6 Trouble Frequencies

Bobby Owsinski's Big Picture Music Production Blog: The 6 Trouble Frequencies

The Ultimate Guide To Mixing Vocals

Here's an almost complete guide about mixing vocals. Learn everything you need to know about getting your vocals to sit well in a mix, learn how professional.

3 Beautiful Fingerpicking Patterns for Acoustic Guitar

Love the gentle, pretty sound of fingerpicking on an acoustic guitar? Guitar teacher Jerry W. shares three simple fingerpicking patterns you can use to start making beautiful music today… Man…

Eq tips: What to cut and boost and why.

Equalizer Terms and Tips: helpful reference, including table & graphic summaries of the general effects of boosting or cutting at various frequencies when equalizing several commonly used instruments.

8 Quick Tips for Better EQ

8 Easy Steps To Better EQ by Mark Garrison, Twice a month we revisit some of our reader favorite posts from throughout the history of Audiotuts . This tutorial was first published in December

EQ Tips & Tricks

FabFilter Pro-Q EQ Tips Tricks - he does a great job at explaining frequency interactions between instruments in a mix and how to find the sweet spots and overlaps. Useful tips that can be applied to other EQ plugins as well.

Compression tips

The term “knee” refers to the way the compression curve bends at the threshold point when represented. This curve shows hard-knee compression.

Compression for guitars

Mixing Tips: Applying Compression to Electric Guitar

5 Compression Techniques and How to Use Them

Inspired by the great reception I received from 6 Frequencies and How to Spot Them I decided to do something similar with different types of compression. Compression is a tricky subject for many,.

Low-End Theory: Exploring Eight Common Bassline Styles - Attack Magazine

Bruce Aisher explores eight of the archetypal forms of dance music bassline, from old-school classics to contemporary techniques. You could argue that bass