A website for home studio enthusiasts contains a feature which shows how a sound engineer can make certain parts of a recording sound more distinctive, rather than fighting to be heard above the mix of other sounds. The feature contains an eleven minute video. The instructor says the parts to adjust are major elements, such as the singing, the guitar, or the drums. He gives video examples of how he adjusts these elements. This is one of eight videos.
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