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HOW TO ACHIEVE A MIX WITH WIDTH, HEIGHT AND DEPTH – PART 1

HOW TO ACHIEVE A MIX WITH WIDTH, HEIGHT AND DEPTH – PART 1

This is the first of four posts where we talk about this so complex subject. INTRODUCTION To some, the hallmark of a great mix and song is one where all instruments have its place, it's with great definition, able for you to feel its musical depth with great dynamics! Others see it more subjectively, ethereal, where musical space is not so important! What matters is the message, being with words or sounds, what each instrument can do... Read more...

10 TIPS TO HAVE BETTER MIXES

10 TIPS TO HAVE BETTER MIXES

Once your tracks are recorded, we enter the mixing process. This process blends all of the individual sounds down to the final Stereo or 5.1 audio. Every instrument should be carefully assessed in how it fits into the mix and affects the overall sound.   1. MUSIC REFERENCES Start choosing up to 3 music references within your mix style. Import these songs into your DAW, and compare them with your ongoing mix, on a dynamic and frequency... Read more...

MAURO BARROS – ‘Timer’ The Time Is Set For A New Track! Out Now!

MAURO BARROS – ‘Timer’ The Time Is Set For A New Track! Out Now!

DJ/Producer based in Lisbon MAURO BARROS had a bomb ticking on his back with his new track 'Timer', which was just released to the world on his SoundCloud has a free download! Mixed and Mastered at Sound Pressure Studios, this was a great song to have our hands on, taking the necessary time to work on all complex elements and build this powerful and ticking bomb for any dance floor! Grab your copy now > 'Timer' Download Mix and/or... Read more...

Our Process Of Recording, Mixing & Mastering

Our Process Of Recording, Mixing & Mastering

We often get some questions about our working methods, how and why we take such amount of time to have a final product! Here's a brief explanation on how we usually process recording, editing, mixing and mastering on our studio. Recording Vocals and Instruments This might mean just running through the whole song a few times, or it might mean doing each section individually. It could be just a few takes, or it could be 20+ (usually if it’s... Read more...