For this lesson I was actually able to use some of the techniques to start the mix for one of the songs I had recorded previously, but just the basic stuff. The song needed a little boost for the acoustic guitar in the low end, and the vocals needed a little bit of "air", as well as some mid range boost for the room ambience. I did not need a whole lot of EQ mainly due to the fact that it was a pretty simple recording, but it was still nice to be able to put the things I've learned to use in an actual studio setting. We of course discussed the chapter material, and unlike the chapter before we were able to discuss which frequency ranges did what for certain instruments. As well as going into detail about about high-cut and low-cut filters.
Braden Lerat — Saskatchewan Recording Connection
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