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Glen Stephan - The SouthSIDE of the Tracks Jon O'Neil - The Eternal Hobbyist
EnginEARing Part 8: The Five Dimensions of Our Audio Mix
Up to now we’ve spent a lot of time learning to hear and recognize frequency (Parts 5, 6 and 7). Frequency is indeed one of the most important dimensions of our mixes, but it is only one dimension of a multi-dimensional space in which our mixes live. Just as you and I live in the four dimensions of height, width, depth and time, our stereo mixes live in their own five dimensions, and learning how to listen to how they fit and move in those five dimensions is a key skill in out critical and analytical listening skill set.


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The Business of Music, Part 2: Death and Taxes
Cheery title eh?  Good news is the death part; I'm not talking about your death, but rather the death of your clients.  Well, the injury of your clients.  And you getting sued, which might feel like death!  Then we'll look at some common misconceptions about taxation.

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John Scrip - Massive Missives Tom Volpicelli - In The House
No articles available for this author. Stupid DAW Tricks Part I : Frequency-based Dynamic Control
We’re all familiar with functions like de-essing and multi-band compression. It’s easy, slap on a plug-in, fiddle around a bit and you’re done. There are times however when some issues are not easily controlled through a single setting and the “remedy” starts getting in the way.  Wouldn’t it be nice if we could add a little bit of “intelligence” to make up for these difficulties?

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Jay Walsh - The Far View Ben Anderson - Pro Tools BBQ
Gain Staging
How stuff is supposed to work together part 1

In the days of old, when the earth was still cooling, it was a simpler time.  A time when most audio devices had meters and there were standard operating levels.  Things were less confusing.  Here is how it worked:

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