Analog Delay vs Digital Delay | FAQ Friday
We have a lot of very wonderful questions this week beginning with, “When would you go for an analog delay vs a digital delay?” Basically, a digital delay is an incredibly, if not a completely accurate facsimile of the sound…
Using Drum samples in Pop/Rock with Ken Sluiter and Erik Reichers

Today’s video is an excerpt from our course called “Mixing Pop/Rock in the Box” In this excerpt, we take a look at some of Ken Sluiter’s and Erik Reichers’ mixing techniques when it comes to Drum samples for pop/Rock. Mixing Pop/Rock…

Using Drum Samples In A Mix | FAQ Friday
We have a lot of very very wonderful questions this week beginning with, “If you're using a kick sample, to avoid actually placing the sample manually for every kick hit, is there a program or method you use so that…
Classic studio techniques – Getting that early Beatles drum sound

Written by Jerry Hammack, author of The Beatles Recording Reference Manuals The sound of The Beatles was molded by many factors. The quality of the technical staff at EMI Recording Studios (more commonly known these days as Abbey Road), great…

4 Drum Mixing Techniques
a Rafflecopter giveaway The best way to show you how to mix drums is to show you the approaches of 4 different professional mixers/producers/engineers! Coming up are 4 different interpretations of drum mixing. ✅Glenn Fricker mixing drums with no drum…
Drum Replacement in Cubase 9.5 with Chris Selim

Drum replacement: you’ve probably heard of this before. Whether it was in the middle of a conversation, or reading about it through an article or on famous forums out there, or in a mixing video, I’m sure you’ve heard about…