Compression and EQ are the two most essential tools in mixing. You’ll probably apply them on every single track in your session before the mix is complete.
If you’re thinking about dipping your toes into the world of iOS music making but don’t want to spend a small fortune, figuring out what gear is going to give you the best bang for your buck can be tough.
Whether it’s simple tracking, mixing or even mastering, a good pair of headphones is absolutely essential to any music setup. Here, Hollin Jones picks 5 models to suit any budget.
But, though we may be bolstering our studio environments and beginning new lockdown projects, right now it’s all too easy to feel lonely as we hole up in isolation – but it doesn’t necessarily have to be this way. There are countless ways to collaborate remotely with other musicians.
Are you bored of using the same drum kits and sounds again and again? Or are you finding that synthesised percussion sounds are all a bit flat and simple sounding and your sampled percussion library is uninspiring and hard to work with?