Let me ask you – what do you think is the #1 concern I hear about when it comes to mixing? If there was one thing you wish you could improve about your own mixes, what would it be?
WLPR readers and subscribers email me – a lot 🙂
And the questions range from setting up MIDI instruments to how to get great vocal tracks.
But the #1 concern I hear about the most is how to get clarity and space in a mix.
So I decided to try something different for WLPR this week.
Starting today through Friday, I’m going to share my top 5 strategies for better EQing in Logic Pro X.
This 5 day series is totally free. And we’ll examine how to achieve space, clarity, and width using only the EQs included in Logic.
Because when we want space, clarity, and depth in our mixes, EQ is the first tool we should turn to.
This is not a deep dive into the nuances of each Logic EQ. As much as I know some of us love the details of processors, most of us just want results.
That’s why these next 5 days focus on getting results for your mixes.
And in today’s post, we’ll start with the lowest hanging fruit you have. Cleaning up the low end in your mixes.
So tune in this week for 5 EQ strategies you can use right now to help pull your mixes out of the muddy doldrums.
Enjoy – and let me know what you think!
Great video. Sometimes I call this process puttin shoulders on the track. I sometimes cut and shelf on both sides of the EQ, not just the low end. I usually work with the EQ’s analyzer in PRE eq mode instead of POST, which is the default for the analyzer. I like to see what the incoming signal looks like before I make any EQ adjustments.