What does out out of phase mean? Have you experienced sounds that go missing while listening in mono. In this video we discuss audio phase and why it’s important to understand what this means to your music. Audio phase problems can occur while recording and mixing so it’s very important to pay attention to phase in your mix. Tips and tools that you can use to check for phase problems in your mix are discussed so you can ensure that you do not have audio phase issues.
In this video we discuss the noise that the Waves Analog button makes. Watch Out! The Waves Analog feature can create unwanted hiss that you might not hear while working on your music productions. But if not taken care of, once we master your tracks this hiss can become very apparent. Sometimes it may be wanted but if it isn’t it’s something you need to be paying attention to. We run into a lot of clients that send us some mixes and somewhere in their signal chains they might have an analog emulation plug in that creates unwanted to noise. Be sure to take care of that in the mixing stage before going to mastering.
I recently had an issue and my waves plug ins we’re not working upon exporting audio out of Ableton after the Waves 12 update. A couple of songs might have sneaked past me right at first, but I caught the issue working on a remix. I wanted to share my story so this does not happen to you.
Part five of the Ableton Live Tutorial series goes over the export audio window. Exporting audio is crucial to getting your music out of Ableton and onto other devices. There is a slew of options in here so for a beginner navigating to the proper settings can be crucial to getting the desired sound, file size and type, etc. If you find you need a small tutorial on the Ableton Live export audio panel then this video is for you.