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ilovemedia-es says

Hi! I have much to learn about mixing and mastering, and would appreciate you advise me about it (tips, software, articles, books…).

Thanks!

Greetings to all and sorry for for my english!

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petrenj says

Hi Maybe this would be helpful :)

http://www.loopblog.net/

Cheers

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EvAndree says

TIP #1: use EQ.

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nahkaorava says

There’s no shortcut, really. Reading articles etc. helps, but practice makes perfect. Just mix, mix, mix! I think I learn new stuff almost every time while mixing.

And yeah, learning to how to use EQ and compressor are really essential skills while starting mixing. :)

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EvAndree says

Tip #2: Use compression (correctly).

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petrenj says

Tip#3. Compare with other songs!

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EvAndree says

Tip #4: Pan.

haha seriously though I agree with nahkaorava: It’s not a one tip does the trick situation. Mixing is such a big deal you pretty much just have to start trying, run into a problem, research the problem, move on, run into another problem, research the problem, and so on and so forth.

Good luck! :)

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AKingsMercury says

Tip#5: Analyse other mixes and learn from it

Tip#6: Speakers (Buy good speakers, learn how to place them (read the first chapter of: “mixing with your mind”), learn your speakers)

Tip#7: Tip#0!!! always trust your ears

I also wrote a nice article about frequencies on my blog. Maybe you find it interesting: http://akingsmercury.com/frequency/
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SamyBeats says

Tip#8 You must be very careful about the compression and EQ :) and yes,for mixing you must buy nice audio monitor and headphone :) also good sound interface

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