Have you ever wondered how professional producers use EQ to improve their mixes? In this video, I share the 11 best EQ tips pro producers use to create better mixes.
In this video, I break down and get into the five most common types of EQ that producers use in their productions
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This is the third video on the mix bus processing series. In this video, I will share my thoughts about EQ on the mix bus.
EQ manipulates the frequency content of your recordings. It will adjust audio volume so that certain frequencies are emphasized over others and all of the elements of your production work together sonically. In this video, I share my opinion on using EQ while mixing on your master bus. I have also shared how I got a lot better mixes while mixing without EQ on the master bus. Let’s discuss it in detail.
Have you ever asked yourself, should you use compression on the mix bus or is mix bus compression necessary? Then this video is for you.
This is the second video in the mix bus processing series. Last week we discussed using a limiter on your master bus while you’re producing your music. In this video, I will talk about mix bus compression that people usually put right before the limiter on the mix bus.