Top 5 Audio Engineering Tips For Beginners

Audio Engineering 101 Audio engineering is WAY tougher than most people think. People will tell you to mix at low volumes, balance signals, route your track to buses, and sometimes even to pull all your faders down and start from scratch! There are hundreds of tips on how to become a better audio engineer. So to help you start somewhere, we’ve compiled a beginner list of 5 pro tips for beginners that we call, Audio Engineering 101. 1) Pull From Inspiration Whether a client is having you be their audio engineer for the first time or if this is your own track that you want to make perfect, it is always important to have a reference song to pull your inspiration from. What do you want this track to sound like? Listen for the sonic characteristics that are critical for either you or your

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What Is Mastering And Why It’s Important

Audio Mastering Basics – What is Mastering? The final step in audio post-production, mastering, is used to balance all elements of a track and optimize playback across all devices and platforms. But what does that mean? Well, technology has been increasing at a substantial rate over the past few decades. A predominantly positive change, artists are now able to make, produce, record, and even distribute music across a variety of platforms. Do you notice a difference between how your song sounds when recorded on your iPhone to when you hear it over loudspeakers? It sounds different, right? This is because most likely the track hasn’t been mastered. Mastering optimizes the sound and makes the track sound consistent across all devices, whether the song is coming from your favorite

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