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johnalexei
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« on: February 06, 2021, 06:39:03 PM »

In music production and mixing, music mixing is the method of blending all recorded tracks to a single output, whether that output may be in the form of a track of audio, a single digital sample or audio file. Music mixing can be performed using more than one computer program. Traditionally, mixing was done in two different ways - that is with hardware devices, such as mixing boards and samplers, and with software, such as virtual instruments and soft-synths. However, with the advent of more affordable software tools, more artists and producers are able to perform music mixing on their computers.

When you mix tracks digitally, no processor is required. What this actually means is that you do not have to purchase expensive sound processing equipment in order to create your mixes sound like a professional. Today, you can get software packages that cost less than a hundred dollars that already include a large library of popular tracks that you can mix and modify as you please. If you have never created your own music mixes using these types of softwares before, you will discover that nothing wrong with trying it out. Most of them come with user instructions as well as tutorials that teach you the various techniques that they provide. But if you do not feel comfortable experimenting with the mixer before purchasing it, you can simply use a standard piece of audio recording software to make your own mixes sound like professionals.

When trying to create a good mix, you need to ensure that you have a metronome to guide you as you are mixing the audio tracks. It is also a good idea to have a friend/family member to help you out as you go through the mixing process. Remember, as long as you keep the above factors in mind when mixing music, nothing will go wrong and you will end up with a professional-sounding mix.
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BooHala
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« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2021, 03:13:42 PM »

With talent and hard work.
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Karzz
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« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2021, 03:25:10 PM »

I agree with you, for a good music mix you need to have a talent, that's very important. The idea is that nowadays music is based on the beat not on the lyrics, but not for me. I love to listen to the lyrics, I love to see a poem in the verses. Maybe I am quite old-fashioned, but this is what I like, and what I think is important in the music industry right now. By the way, what do you think, do you need to record, your song mix in a professional recording studio? I spoke with a guy that works for razklinghoffer.com, and he told me some good examples of singers, that are making excellent songs with amateur music tools.
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« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2021, 08:10:03 AM »

I agree with you, for a good music mix you need to have a talent, that's very important. The idea is that nowadays music is based on the beat not on the lyrics, but not for me. I love to listen to the lyrics, I love to see a poem in the verses. Maybe I am quite old-fashioned, but this is what I like, and what I think is important in the music industry right now. By the way, what do you think, do you need to record, your song mix in a professional recording studio? I spoke with a guy that works for razklinghoffer.com, and he told me some good examples of singers, that are making excellent songs with amateur music tools.
That's true.
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