There are two academy awards for audio recording and producing, which are Sounds Editing and Sound Mixing. The 2017 awards were awarded as follows: Sound Mixing – Andy Wright, Peter Grace, Kevin O’Connell, Robert Mackenzie for Hacksaw Ridge. Sound Editing – Sylvain Bellemare for Arrival. Now you may be asking what the difference is between these…… See More
Articles About Mixing Music
These are all the articles on Home Brew Audio website about mixing music.
The use of delays in audio recording, either in between a sound and the reverberation that follows it, or between two otherwise very similar or identical sounds, is very useful for a number of reasons. But all these reasons have to do with the way our brains tell us which direction some sound is coming…… See More
I recently read an article that has some tips on a few very common mindset traps you should avoid. As I read through them I realized that I have had them all at various times, and it never ends well. The first bad habit is to assume your tracks will sound better once they are mixed…… See More
Every now and again we like to share stuff about live performance. this is mostly for musicians, but can also be useful for anyone using a PA for a live performance – magicians, actors, events with people speaking, etc. When I play live music with a PA system (sometimes we play small gigs without a…… See More
EQ (equalization) is an incredibly useful tool when mixing music. For the main reasons why, see my article (and video) What is Equalization, Usually Called EQ? You can do so many things with EQ, which is probably the most underutilized audio editing tool there is – at least in the mixing realm. Here is a cool…… See More