From film and TV to corporate and commercial gigs, part two of “Mixing Audio for Video” explores how to approach an audio post-production workflow.
Through these lyric writing tips, learn what dummy lyrics are, why pro songwriters use them, how to write them, and how they can transform your songwriting.
You don’t need to know everything about music theory to come up with interesting harmonic progressions. These four apps will help you choose what chord to play next.
These practical tips will show you how to use tension, layering, and rhythm to make an EDM drop that sounds good on any soundsystem.
From audio repair to vocal mixing, we take you through the basic steps required to make a vocal shine.
De-essing is often a necessary process when mixing audio, but rarely is it easy—especially when you’re just getting started. Here are the essential dos and don’ts.
Have questions about mix automation in a DAW? We have answers. Learn what automation is, when to use it, the types of automation modes, and more.
Listener attention spans are short. Learn how to grab and sustain their interest by using these music production techniques.
In part one of this mini series, “Mixing Audio for Video,” we cover the basics: types of audio post formats, typical workflows, and some key terminology.