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Old 26th January 2009
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mxing instruments 3d

whats a good mixing technique to make instruments sit at the back of the mix without losing focus and detail? i tried using a plate reverb but it loses the detail on some parts where the vocals gets a bit louder or sometimes other instruments overshadow it. i also tried leaving it dry and just turn down the level and its good the detail is there but its a bit too forward than the main vocals? what other things could i try doing?

also i have the S1 Imager by Waves and on some instruments it does work but on others it dont. anyone else using this?
Old 26th January 2009
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Originally Posted by tWoKp. ➡️
also i have the S1 Imager by Waves and on some instruments it does work but on others it dont. anyone else using this?
Those kinds of tools are definitely not the answer.

Creating mixes with depth takes years of practice with a number of tools and techniques; everything from EQ and reverb to volume automation. There's no single piece of gear - and certainly no "trick" - that can substitute for experience.
Old 27th January 2009
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Originally Posted by tWoKp. ➡️
whats a good mixing technique to make instruments sit at the back of the mix without losing focus and detail? i tried using a plate reverb but it loses the detail on some parts where the vocals gets a bit louder or sometimes other instruments overshadow it. i also tried leaving it dry and just turn down the level and its good the detail is there but its a bit too forward than the main vocals? what other things could i try doing?

also i have the S1 Imager by Waves and on some instruments it does work but on others it dont. anyone else using this?
I hate to say it but you have a lot to learn,homes.
Thats not the way its done in order to achieve what you are trying to do.
Forget the imager,thats not what its used for.keep reading,learning and UNDERSTANDING and you should get it.
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