Mixing is a vast topic on which you can spend a lifetime researching and learning, and still barely scratch the surface. I started my own journey around 1992 and have been on a tone quest ever since. Mixing is not something you just learn and then are good at. Each new project gives me a little more insight and teaches me something knew. No matter how much mixing information gets in my head, there is always room, and thirst, for more. Use these mixing articles as “jumping off” points for developing your own techniques. Just because I have an article on using series routed compressors on vocals doesn’t mean it is the one correct way to do it. In another year I might just as well be able to write an entirely new article on the subject and it will be completely different. This information is here to stimulate your creativity. So what are you waiting for? Pick and article and get stimulated!

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