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Keeping mixes from becoming "crowded".
Old 21st September 2015
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Keeping mixes from becoming "crowded".

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I've always loved the way your mixes have "space" around the instruments.

What sorta stuff do you do to achieve this?
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Old 22nd September 2015
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To keep my mixes from being too crowded I make heavy use of HI-Pass Lo-Pass filters on each instrument to focus only on the desired frequencies and to cut out unwanted "noise " on the top
and rumble and clashing on the bottom. I also mostly just pan left/right/center . I monitor at low level to make sure I hear everything.
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