In this video, I will show you How to Emulate a Complete ANALOG MIXING WORKFLOW with PLUGINS.
This will work in any DAW. I use some third party plugins for this one but if available, some DAW has stock plugins that can help you out with this.
Now, this is not something that you need to do for your mixes to sound better. It is just an emulation of the signal path going into “analog” gear like we would normally do in an analog recording studio. This will add tone and color to your sound, you might like it, you might not! Doesn’t matter much but it’s pretty cool to know!
Basic PANNING Techniques
Some of you have asked me on what type of panning technique I use in my mixes. Do I use LCR panning which consists of panning your tracks hard left, hard right and center? Or do I use a more traditional approach by panning so the mix sound’s more natural?
How to mix PIANO with PARALLEL EQ
Here something that I like doing on tracks when I want to add some definition and brightness in a subtle way. Instead of adding high frequencies with an EQ inserted on my track, I use EQ in Parallel using a specific plugin or by doing on my own by using an AUX or FX channel track.
Hello, my name is Chris Selim. I'm a music producer, recording/mix engineer, and owner of Mixdown Online. Having produced and mixed artists globally in Canada, USA, France, Belgium, and Switzerland,
I've gained substantial experience in diverse musical genres, making online production and mixing second nature. I work out of my recording studio near Montreal, Canada.
My goal is to share my experience with you, giving you tools that I wish I had when I first started. So feel free to get in touch with me if you have any questions or comments. Hope you Enjoy!