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Title: Academy.fm.Mixing.vs.Mastering.How.Equalizers.&.Compressors.Are.Used.Differently
Category: Sample Libraries
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Added: February 25, 2018, 1:15 pm
Mixing and mastering are two different processes that require different techniques,
approaches, and mindsets.

In this tutorial, Maxim will demonstrate how and why equalization techniques in the mixing
stage will be very different than the final mastering stage.

While mixing, multiple EQs will typically be used to harmonically mix together all the
different individual tracks.

In mastering, however, one EQ will be used on the master channel to help the entire track
come together.

Working within Ableton Live, Maxim will break these concepts down even further – using
multiple types of EQs to further illustrate his points.

Both mixing and mastering can make a significant difference depending on how you approach
them and they are extremely important stages for any producer.


Join seasoned engineer, Maxim, in this tutorial as he discusses and demonstrates how the
mixing stage requires different compression techniques and approaches compared to the
mastering stage.

While mixing, Maxim explains how compressors are typically used to control a specific,
individual sound – almost like a sound design tool. In the mastering stage, Maxim explains
how compression is more subtle and is used as glue for the overall track.

Using a variety of different sonic examples and compressors in Ableton Live, these concepts
will be demonstrated and further explained throughout the video.

Whether you’re mixing, mastering, or even writing the initial portion of your track,
compression is an essential tool that every producer needs to understand.


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