Common Mixing Mistakes And Audio Myths Demystified: Stop The High Pass Filters Madness HPF Explained

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Common Mixing Mistakes And Audio Myths Demystified: Stop The High Pass Filters Madness HPF Explained
First in a series of videos in which we’ll try to
demystify audio myths,
explain mixing advice that we feel are misunderstood by many
and fix common bad practices we see spread around on audio forums, blogs etc..

In this video, HPF, High Pass Filters done right. You might think there are no consequences or bad side effects when you HPF everything in your mix, well, that’s definitely not the case!
HPF yes, but do it right

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13 thoughts on “Common Mixing Mistakes And Audio Myths Demystified: Stop The High Pass Filters Madness HPF Explained”

  1. great video man, i didn’t know anything about the phase shift due to eqing.
    is there a way to avoid the bump in the frequency where the cut has been
    made?

  2. Make modern hip-hop or drum & bass and try playing your shit back on a rig
    without high passing unwanted frequencies. It sounds muddy and horrible.
    Music is a jigsaw puzzle us producers have the added benefit of being able
    to cut the pieces to fit. I agree with the vid for live sound recording of
    instruments and such but modern electronic music can benefit from passing
    all channels other than bass frequencies.

    Again it’s all subjective and opinions at the end of the day.

  3. I think the real reason people are using high pass on everything is because
    they want the bass and kick to stand out more. They want to max them out,
    and then they don’t want the other sounds to pass the threshold.

  4. great video. thats why i like to use subgroups and effect the group not the
    individual tracks. Also acoustic guitars often have alot of low mid
    resonance that needs to be carved out. But yes – the right mic, mic
    placement and the way you attack the instrument all play a part in getting
    something harmoniclly pleasing

  5. Hello. I just purchased my first micro for home recording, it has built-in
    300hz 12db HPF, should I use it? You said even 100hz is a lot, mine is
    300hz and is not customizeable 🙁 But I’m not doing music, I wanna do
    voiceovers.

  6. How to filter without pre ringing and without phase problem:
    1: create duplicate track
    2: reverse phase of duplicate
    3: add low/high filter/shelf
    4: set q below 1
    5. done

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