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Confused about Console 1? Look no further—it will all be clear after reading this!
While Softube's three Amp Rooms are designed with ease of use in focus, a few tips and tricks on their use aren't going to hurt anybody.
Whether we are listening to classical music, jazz, pop, rock, blues, or just about any recorded musical genre we know of, one thing almost always equates to 'quality' in a mix - and that is contrast. In this article, Scott Fritz offers some...
Getting the reverb sound right is crucial to a great mix. In this Tips and Tricks text, Eddie Bazil goes through the uses of two of TSAR-1's controls: Pre-Delay and Diffusion. These are widely misunderstood and very useable to get your reverb...
When working with various post production projects for film, television and video games, there is a bare minimum that you need to accomplish to get a mix sounding 'right' or to sound design anything that is considered acceptable in post.
To be able to understand what different time settings do to the sound we need a way to make the differences more obvious. If you don't hit your compressor hard, it might be difficult to hear what it does.
There are plenty of great plugin compressors available these days. If you are like me, chances are you have more than you actually remember until you browse through your plugin folders. I do, however, have my staples that I go to for specific duties.
Here's a great video from our friends at Puremix. Fab Dupont uses the TSAR-1 Reverb to get a nice 80's touch on a snare drum. The video is an excerpt from Hybrid Digital/Analog Mixing, a video that you can check out on Puremix.net.
Is your vocal just not interesting enough? Or maybe you're looking for more character?
First of all, lets start with a bold statement: Presets aren't shortcuts to the perfect sound! They might be, but should always be considered starting points rather than solutions to all your troubles.