155: Understanding Loudness In Mastering (LUFS, RMS And How Loud It Actually Needs To Be)

How loud does my music need to be and how do we measure it in 2023? Book a free feedback call with Benedikt, the host of the show!

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153: Record And Mix Anywhere – The Ultimate Headphone Setup

Many people record and mix on headphones, because most rooms suck, treatment and speakers are expensive. And because mobile recording or mixing rigs are becoming more and more

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151: Why Your Reverbs Don’t Work

If you're struggling with getting your reverbs to sit right, or you feel like you're not quite getting the effect you want, listen to this episode.Book a free

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150: We Answer Your Mixing Questions

To celebrate 150 episodes of The Self-Recording Band Podcast 🤯, we're sharing the replay of our Mixes Unpacked - Vol. 2 Q&A session with you! Book a free

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146: Standout Mixes – The DIY Musician’s Guide To Exciting Mixes That Stand Out And Connect

"The pros never don’t do the basics."I love this quote, because reminds me every day that I shouldn't skip essential steps in the mixing process, even though they

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145: Building Arrangements With The Mix In Mind (Part 2)

Part 2: Writing and arranging your songs properly so that they work, even raw, is essential.In this second part we dive in to arranging lead parts, vocals, synths

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144: Building Arrangements With The Mix In Mind (Part 1)

Writing and arranging your songs properly so that they work, even raw, is essential. This will make mixing easier, more fun and way faster. Book a free feedback

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142: How To Identify Time Signatures And Note Values (Every Producer Needs To Know This) – With Thomas Krottenthaler

We got the following question from our coaching students:“How do you identify (drum) time signatures and note values? I want to get better and faster at figuring this

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141: Get The Most Out Of The Plugins You Have (Challenge)

We've said it before on the show and we'll say it again:It’s not about the tools you have, it’s about your ability to get the most out of

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139: De-Essing & Sibilance Control Deep Dive

Sibilance in recordings needs to be controlled. The top end needs to be balanced and appropriate for the song. Period. Book a free feedback call with Benedikt, the host

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