Tip 10 – Mixing in Mono

Tips10 Mixing in Mono

Now since we’ve had a few tips about stereo imaging so far, and all the focus nowadays seems to be how to get everything to sound as wide as possible, I’d like to go down a different route and actually focus on the mono. As I’ve explained in my previous tips, the mono (or mid) information in a sound is … Read More

Tip 09 – Stereo Imaging – Part 2

Stereo Imaging Part 2

So, part two about Stereo Imaging. There are several ways to make sounds wide, but they all work in a similar way. What makes a sound “wide” (or stereo) is the difference of the audio signal of the left and right channel. If both output a completely similar signal, it’s mono. If not, you get a stereo effect. We won’t … Read More

Tip 01 – Stereo Imaging

For this first production tip we’ll focus on the stereo image. More specifically; how to get a wide lead sound which sounds good in mono as well. We won’t get into the science behind the techniques too much. If you’re interested in the scientific explanation of what’s going on; please check out this link. (SoundonSound) Instead we’ll be looking at … Read More