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    I was too lazy to check if this is already somewhere in this thread but I just rewatched this and I still think it's got some good points
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    How To

    Covers all the bases - the basics.

    Practical Music Production & Home Recording Techniques
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    Just came across this vid about the playback format argument
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    Some good mixing/mastering info 8 Common Mistakes in Mid/side Mixing
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    more helpful mix ideas from Izotope -https://www.izotope.com/en/blog/music-production/9-ways-to-macgyver-your-way-through-audio-production.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtoboy View Post
    more helpful mix ideas from Izotope -https://www.izotope.com/en/blog/music-production/9-ways-to-macgyver-your-way-through-audio-production.html
    I like to go with #9. Cloning acoustic guitar tracks, sliding them over a MS or so, then play with their EQs.
    I don't usually combine them into a single track, just mix them in at the end. Now if I was working with
    30 tracks, I would probably commit at some point, then bounce them all down to make room.
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    A Bit of Reverb

    Looking for something online - couldn't find that, but I did trip across this :

    The History of Echo (Echo) Chambers (Chambers) – Audio Geek Zine

    I was trying to find an old photo I used to have of a plate reverb used in a 60's Motown studio. If I recall correctly, a 1-inch thick steel plate was suspended from the ceiling - it was long. I think it was mentioned it was nearly as long as the room. I can't find the photo online again.. think it's safely tucked away in storage on my last PC tower's HD.
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    Placing Studio Monitors

    Nice article on how and why, along with links to analyzing tools.

    Speaker/Studio Monitor Placement Secrets | Room Setup 101
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    Mid-Side Mic Recording

    Ear opening explanation and demonstration of this technique - samples included.

    Mid-Side (MS) Mic Recording Basics | Universal Audio
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    Fight For Your Home Studio

    I've recorded in 6 home-based pro and semi-pro studios and none had neighbor problems. I guess some people have a problem with people traffic, or they just don't like the idea of a "business" operating in their residential area. Scrooges and grinches..

    Nashville Producer Fights for Backyard Studio as Home-Studio Owners Nationwide Hope Neighbors Don't Squeal | Billboard
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