2 Mastering Moves For Radio Ready Mixes – One Song One Month Challenge 7 Of 8

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2 Mastering Moves For Radio Ready Mixes – One Song One Month Challenge 7 Of 8
Part 7 of 8 – The One Song One Month Challenge: Write, record, mix, and release one song in 30 days.

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14 thoughts on “2 Mastering Moves For Radio Ready Mixes – One Song One Month Challenge 7 Of 8”

  1. Hi… So after a mix, you don’t need to use a tape? An imager or widener?
    Multiband compressor? All you need is an eq and a limiter?

  2. I love that your reference mix was Sweetness of Freedom by Citizens and
    Saints. Great mix.

  3. I’m mixing a metal song. And referenced it with a few different songs I
    tried. And all of them are just starting to clip in pro tools. I used maxim
    to add volume. And some how when I bounced and check in my car stereo my
    track came out louder. But my track never clipped or got close in PT. I’m
    confused.

  4. Will that be too much compressed? Producers in my country don’t usually
    compress that much on the limiter, usually sticking around -5db

  5. Sorry but your final result sounds like something is wrong with it. I can’t
    even say what it is.

  6. my mix sounds more professional now! thank you for all the videos, ive seen
    my fairly amateur skills and techniques improve so much towards a more
    organised and professional approach

  7. Why do you pull up on the EQ lines and then bring them back down with the
    virtual knobs?

  8. I actually think your mix sounds better than the reference track. Yours has
    a nice and clean heavy bottom that grounds the mix really well. I
    appreciate everything you’re doing!

  9. HI
    My name is David Nathaniel Hoyte
    Born and Raise in The Bahamas.
    SONGWRITER – COMPOSER – Studio Engineer.
    THIS IS A vERY Nice Video.
    I always wanted to know how to Mix A Master Recording/
    Thanks for Your Trainning.
    God Bless/
    My Contact’s are (242) 425-0448 (242)425-0448

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