Phase cancellation when mixing – how to avoid it!

Today we're going to talk about phase, more specifically, phase cancellation and how it affects your recordings.  Sound travels in waves; it has peaks and valleys. With multiple microphones on a particular source it's very important to make sure that all the peaks happen at the same time, and all the valleys

What is Consolidation?

Hey Everyone! I’ve decided to make a quick follow up Tutorial about Consolidation. This video is in addition to the answer I gave a couple weeks ago on Viewers Comments. You can watch that Episode here: What the hell is consolidation and why do we need it? Simply put because

Audio Production Basics: Reverb

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Producing METAL with TEMPLATES

On one of my earlier Viewer’s Comments episodes a bunch of you asked to see an episode on Templates! I was going to do this massive comprehensive templates episode, however it took me about 4 hours to get this episode set up… so I’m going to break it up into 3

How to Record Heavy Bass – Plug into a GUITAR AMP!

A few weeks ago I came across a video called " DON'T LISTEN TO YOUTUBER'S when it comes to bass tone." So naturally, that got my attention. I watched the full video and he DOES have some good points. A lot of us take shortcuts when it comes to bass tone when recording. Track

15 Year Old strings on a Dirt Cheap Bass: Shootout

Ugh. Bass players. Where to start? You've seen my Rule #2 shirts, right? I digress. Today we have something really cool! An ultra cheap bass guitar that had 15 year old strings on it. I’ve seen a lot situations where a bass player comes into the studio and hasn’t put new strings on, but I don’t