Mixing And Mastering With Tape

Studer A80 Tape Recorder

The sound of tape is probably the most distinctive feature of most music recorded up until the late 80’s, when digital multi-track recorders were first introduced. Although digital recorders have great advantages, like low noise and distortion, they still can’t reproduce the beautiful texture of tape. In response to that…
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Podcast 008 Mastering Demystified

Doctor Mix Podcast Episode 8

What is Mastering? How is it done? On episode 8 of our podcast we explain all about it: corrective EQ, compression, enhancement, saturation, limiting, loudness, M+S techniques, iTunes compatibility. More podcasts about Mixing & Mastering on www.doctormix.com/blog/category/podcast In Episode 8 you will learn about: – What is mastering. – Correcting…
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Best PC For Audio In 2016


What’s the best PC for Audio in 2016? This one. Here are all the specs and a video of its inside. This PC has been optimised to work with modern DAW like Cubase, Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Logic, FL Studio and tested for audio streaming compatibility with different external audio…
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Note To Frequency Chart


Here’s a very useful chart to help you mix in relation to the song’s key. The tonal centre of a track  is an important element to keep in mind especially when treating the bass in your mix. With this table you can associate musical notes to their fundamental frequency, across the full…
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