During mastering, you sometimes have to fit very different sounding productions onto the same record. Some songs might have been recorded with a full rock band, some might have a more EDM or electronic treatment, while others might be acoustic or have a hip hop feel.
How should a mastering engineer make such a disparate and eclectic selection of songs fit all together on one album? Justin Colletti shares his process and best practices.
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Compression and limiting are among the hardest music production skills to learn. Almost everyone makes these 5 mistakes when they first get into mixing audio. And for a long time after as well!
Below, Justin Colletti gives you what you need to know to avoid the most common pitfalls of mixing...
"Fix it in the mix!"
We all know it can't be done...
Or CAN it?
Justin Colletti offers advice on what to do when you encounter sounds that you feel need to be "fixed" in the mix.
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