What You Should Know About Analogue Summing

As I’m sure you’re well aware, the analogue vs. digital debate still rages on despite digital’s advancements over the years. Whether you grew up working on analogue equipment or simply call yourself a “purist,” some folks still consider “old-school” recording…

EQ Cheat Sheet: Simple Guidelines for Effective Equalization

Understanding equalization–probably the most widely used signal processor available to engineers–is essential to making records sound their absolute best. Sometimes it’s as simple as high-passing an instrument in the proper spot, while other cases require a bit more attention and…

Vocal Compression for Beginners

Learning to mix an up-front, in-your-face vocal takes practice. Understandably the most important aspect of a song across numerous genres, a great sounding, competitive vocal has the power to stand out from the pack. But how do we even get…

How to mix MASSIVE Rock Guitars with Ulrich Wild, Bob Marlette & Warren Huart
a Rafflecopter giveaway Somebody recently asked me “how many guitars is enough on either side to create a large guitar sound?” The best way to show you how to achieve a massive guitar sound is to show you the approaches…
L C R Panning and Mixing In Mono?
Mixing LCR Panning True LCR panning is very prevalent in genres that have hugely dense mixes, particularly songs with massive guitar and synth sounds. Mixing Acoustic tracks, Orchestral and Jazz recordings would rarely if ever employ this technique. Every great…
Mixing Vocals: 6 Tips for a Great Sounding Track

Vocals are often one of the most important elements in a song, regardless of genre. So, it’s safe to say that how you approach mixing vocals can make or break your track. Have you ever heard a hit record, or…

How to EQ Bass Guitar: Simple Steps for a Better Low End

Nailing the low end content in a mix is an important step for better-sounding material. Too much bottom can make a mix muddy and inarticulate; too little can make a track appear thin and lifeless. Learning how to EQ bass…

Mark Needham Mix Breakdown of a Jay Clifford Song Produced and Engineered by Warren Huart

I started Produce Like A Pro to bring real life Production, Engineering and Mixing experience to everyone. I want to break down the barriers between the Professionals and everyone else and bring us all together, sharing information! I can’t think…

Free Multitracks to Hone Your Mixing Skills

It goes without saying that the only way to get better at something is to do it a lot. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an athlete or a carpenter, a musician or a painter; practicing your craft is essential to developing what…

How to Make Your Own Music and Collaborate Online

In this day and age, ever advancing technology has changed the landscape of how musicians create and collaborate with other artists. Face-to-face interaction in home or professional studios is still the norm, surely, but artists at opposite ends of the…