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Graham Cochrane’s drum enhancement recipe

I seriously hope Graham doesn’t object to me posting about his posts so much but he says things so much better than I could. There is only so much I can do for you when I’m mastering so it’s in … Continue reading

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How to mix in 30 minutes

When I’m mastering I am aiming for a wide open sound. However there is only so much I can do and the results will be much better if it’s done by you during mixing so that I only need to … Continue reading

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Do you like the sound you are getting?

Graham Cochrane asks some great questions in this blog post http://therecordingrevolution.com/2013/08/09/3-questions-to-ask-before-hitting-the-record-button/ but the first one is the most important… “Do you like the sound you are getting?” Here’s an old dig at drummers by sound engineers but it is applicable in many cases … Continue reading

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It’s in the attack

Graham Cochrane has put together a great explanation of the attack principle. Hearing is a lot about detecting changes and adjusting attention and this is how to get your listeners to spot things in the mix without them being too … Continue reading

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