Mixing with Waves SSL plugin

Well, waves as this giant audio plugin company requires no introduction, is used but almost by all recording studios worldwide. Particularly, the waves SSL bundle is one of the best and popular plugin bundle even today. 

In today’s modern DAW, our recordings are clean, our signal path is clear. We all use very good cable, Mic pre’s and very good AD/DA convertor, but still we all lack one of the key elements in our recording chain… Guess what?

THE BIG ANALOG WARM SOUND!

Many starters think that if we just add an SSL EQ or a COMP we can tweak and get a good bright sound, well that’s not the case of this Plugin. This SSL has something more that that, look at that button called ANALOG in the SSL plugin. It’s that vintage SSL 4000 G & E series mixers sound right in your DAW for a fraction of cost. It you wanted to learn more about using these plugins for mixing and mastering , Join our Sound Engineering Course Mixing & Mastering. Call us at 9884145966 or Email us at babalkp@gmail.com

How to EQ electric guitar?

How to EQ electric guitar?

How to EQ electric guitar? this is the question i get from starters who have a basic audio interface and  trying to record Electric guitar and then EQ it. Well, most of the time many tweak the EQ to by setting increasing Bass or Treble so that it will sound awesome in their mix. 

The Result is: 

More BASS & TREBLE = FALSE!

Well, the best thing to do is to Reduce the Unwanted Sound from the guitar track you just recorded. Any stock EQ should to the best for your guitar track. Some people say third party plugins do a great job, but it all depends on the tone and how good it sits on your mix. 

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Live Drum Recording

Live Drum Recording

Live Drum Recording is always a challenge. The best part is placing the microphones is the key thing. Because it can lead to phase cancellation or creating a bad sound which you might not like in your project. But many of them has asked me which mic to select for what drum and how to place it?

Well, its not about your costly microphones, its about your kit, your Room and how good are you at placing your mic to get THAT tone in your song. The important thing is recording the Drum kit is getting a good GAIN STAGING and what Pre-Amps you use, it need not be a costly pre-amp, but a industry standard one is always recommended to get a good descent sound in your project or song.

Its not that you should keep 8 mics as standard rule of the thumb for a kit. I have recorded a entire whole Drum kit just with ONE MIC in my studio. Cant believe it? Its sound awesome! 

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Adding Analog Warmth

Adding Analog Warmth

Hi, I know that we are all in the Digital era of recording our music using modern audio interfaces with great quality AD/ DA convertors, but no matter we have high end gears, we still lack that smooth Analog tape Saturation tone in our mixes. That’s why all the major Audio Plug-in companies sell Analog Tape Saturation plugins to use in our Digital Recording medium, one of my favourite Analog recorder is the STUDER 24- track machine and TASCAM 4- Track Open Reel recorders. I still cant forget the tone how it sounds great. Please do what the video of how the Reel are manufactured and used.