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Saturday, July 27, 2019

Good Advice For Reading - Guter Rat beim Lesen #punchline #satire #pointe

Good Advice For Reading - Guter Rat beim Lesen #punchline #satire #pointe

#Musicproduction: Can You Fix It In The Mix?

For those who listen to enough music from different eras, you'll begin to notice some major differences in production and sound quality. Typically, modern songs have a tendency to sound lots cleaner, deeper, tighter, and perhaps mechanical of their precision. However, the albums produced within the golden era of rock often sound a bit messy, gritty, and improvisational; it's almost almost like fixing a recording after the fact was sacrilege. Needless to say,several factors play into this disparity between older and newer music, such as genre, existing production trends, and artistic license. But more than anything else, technological advancements have literally biggest role in transforming how songs are designed today.

Recording technology has progressed massively since the phonograph and 8-track. In those days, recording mistakes were either left in, or the most current take was necessary. There seemed to be only so much producers could do to fix a recording, irrespective of how minor the error. Today,digital audio workstations (DAWs)have made it possible to vary and perfect nearly every facets of a recording (if the producer offers the knowledge and skills). This really is partially why modern music sounds so squeaky clean. The words “fix it within the mix” has become somewhat of your meme. Still, fixing a recording within the mix isn't necessarily the best option, and even possible. Let's discuss several of the scenarios where you can  or cannot  fix a recording within the mix.