Not sure how to approach your mix? Here are four things you can tackle first.
There’s no right or wrong way to approach mixing, but there are some workflow basics that can help you be more productive at mixing.
Here’s our top tips for young producers and engineers on why they should start mixing vocals first.
Used widely by top mixing engineers on countless records since the 80s, this simple yet effective effect can beef up those thin vocal tracks in no time.
Ableton Live trainer, Alec Ness (su na) writes about how to mix a Future Beats track on Splice.
From frequency maps to listener psychology, we cover the basics of pitch in our six part music arrangement series.
In this article, we dissect some important philosophical concepts when it comes to vocal production.
In this blogpost, we learn different techniques and tools for getting the low end right in a mix.
Unsure how to tackle your mix? We help you break the daunting process down into two segments and six steps.
In this blogpost we look at why working in mono can be beneficial for your production.
Mastering is the final step in the recording process – learn more about your options for mastering and explore projects on Splice.
Audio Engineer Daniel Wyatt shows us tips and tricks for mixing drums in the box.