How To Mix Kick Drum

The Kick Drum

Here’s the essential knowledge about mixing the Kick Drum.   CHOOSE THE RIGHT KICK Choose the right sample and make sure it’s got good impact. A poor recording is harder to work with. Every genre has a distinctive kick drum sound, so make clear decisions about it and select good…
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Posted On: January 13, 2017

How To Make It In The Music Industry

How To Make It In The Music Industry

10 essential tips on how to make it in the music industry using only your talent and the internet. Inspiration, images, videos and social media have the power of making your music successful. On this article we explain how. Act Like There’s No Music Industry Do you remember when we…
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Posted On: January 1, 2017
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How Audio Compression Works

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An introduction on how to use compressors for mixing. Compression is one of the most discussed and misunderstood subjects, especially when used for mixing and mastering. Compression Basics Compression is the act of reducing the level of the sound whenever that level goes beyond certain point (called threshold). This reduces…
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Posted On: December 22, 2016

Cubase Pro 9 Review

Cubase Pro 9 SQ

Here’s Cubase Pro 9, the latest update from Steinberg. On this article you can read about all of the new features, including videos and pictures. Watch this quick video to find out about all the new features, and check out our longer one at the bottom of this article: Firstly…
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Posted On: December 6, 2016

Manley Reference Cardioid Microphone

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Here is the Manley Reference Cardioid, an all tube condenser microphone, designed to be the successor of the ultra rare U47. It recreates the same smooth, clear and thick sound of the U47 but with all of the advantages of a modern build. The RefCard (as it’s often referred to)…
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Posted On: June 6, 2016

What Audio Cable Is Best?

What Audio Cable Is Best

In this article we explain how to choose the best audio cable, what’s the difference between one and the other and a bit of history behind each of them. Understanding audio cables can have a great impact on your sound. Related Videos: How to build your own professional cables: http://www.doctormix.com/blog/how-to-make-audio-cables…
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Posted On: May 24, 2016
production

Dynamount X1-R Review

The Dynamount is an innovative piece of technology that allows to remotely control the position of any microphone with great precision and recall capability. This “robot” can be controlled via USB or WI-FI so it can be positioned anywhere around the studio, giving the sound engineer an never before available…
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Posted On: May 19, 2016

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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Posted On: April 30, 2016

Old School Vinyl DJ Transitions

Old School Turntable Transitions

Here are 4 classic turntable techniques used by the great DJs in the non-house genres: Jump Cut, Stop & Go, Delay & Change, Reverse Dub & go. These transitions are used by famous DJs and they are coming back with a vengeance, as the vinyl record is coming back into fashion. Watch…
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Posted On: April 28, 2016