Neutron 3’s EQ includes a soft-saturation mode. Learn what the soft-saturation is actually doing, and go over some ways to implement it on a mix.
Most great songs with epic melodies are actually quite simple. Learn how to take one good idea or melody line and develop it into a whole song section.
VCAs and sub-group busses can be easily confused. Here’s your primer on the difference and when it makes sense to use one vs. the other.
Singer-songwriter Aubrey Haddard performs her single ‘Swim’ with Spire Studio, a Fender Jazzmaster, Fender Mustang bass, and a Korg Minilogue analog synth.
We all want a pro-sounding wide mix. Here are six stereo imaging tips to get you there, with consideration for genre, song structure, and mono compatibility.
We sat down with Atlantic Records’ in-house audio engineer, Ebonie Smith, to chat about her craft, the music industry, and her work with Gender Amplified.
By applying certain recording effects and amp simulations to your tracks, it’s easier than ever to emulate Steve Albini’s legendary techniques using Spire Studio.
Get a glimpse into the recording, mixing, & mastering process behind a choral album using iZotope’s Ozone 8, RX 7 & Exponential Audio reverbs.
Subtractive EQ is a powerful, underrated tool used by mastering engineers for decades. See how this EQ in mastering is used in several practical examples.