Discover The Advantages Of Strategic Mixing

Discover The Advantages Of Strategic Mixing

What Defines A Good Mix?   The chain of events that goes into a good mix is delicately crafted and subjective. However, some common outlines have proven to be efficient and are used today in the music industry. The stages of music production are different between...
Reflect on Reverb

Reflect on Reverb

  What is a reflection?   Reverberation or Reverb happens when a sound is reflected. Reverb time is the time it takes for an impulse to decay by a certain dB level in a space.  In an acoustic space, there tend to be many reflections that return to the...
Understanding Phase and Phasing

Understanding Phase and Phasing

Phase (sometimes called “position”) is the orientation of a cyclical waveform in time, relative to a another cyclical waveform.   Here is an analogy on a less abstract level… If I were to start singing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star from the lyrics “up above...
Maximize Loudness With These Processing Tips

Maximize Loudness With These Processing Tips

Maximizing the Loudness of Your Mix   The loudness war is over. EDM artists are too busy finding ways to get their mixes sounding louder to reminisce about the days of dynamics. Although I agree with the loudness conservatives who say they’d “rather hear a...
8 Effective Ways To Use Our Freeze Tool

8 Effective Ways To Use Our Freeze Tool

1. Bounce a submix. If you’ve got a submix just right in Lumit, you can print the “Group Track” the elements belong to using the Freeze Tool. This way, you have a pre-mixed composite stem and are not risking losing that perfect blend. Not to mention, you can...
Practical Use of Matching EQ

Practical Use of Matching EQ

The Matching EQ allows you to attenuate the frequencies of your target sample by using a reference. Essentially, the matching equalizer listens to the reference and then adjusts the parameter accordingly to affect the target sample. If you like to gain further...