Pro Tools

I stopped using these 4 plugins

There are some plugins that were my go-to tools for years, but I’ve recently switched them out. Some of the replacements are plugins that I made for myself. Others are just a newer, easier way of doing things. Check out this video to learn what I replaced and why.

I’ve used these plugins for over 10 years!

When it comes to plugins and a streamlined mix workflow, you don’t mess with success. In this video, I’m showing you why these continue to be my go-to plugins for each and every one of mixes – for 10 years and counting. Waves SSL Channel – https://waves.alzt.net/dMd4q Waves Classic Compressors – https://waves.alzt.net/0va0P Waves CLA76 – […] 
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The Ultimate Tool for Louder Mixes (Without Losing Punch)

For years I simply could not achieve modern loudness without completely destroying my mixes with limiting… Until a mentor told me how to do it. And now, I’m sharing it here with you. In this video you’ll see: The ‘normal’ way for getting loudness that makes your mixes suck How to do it without sacrificing […] 
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How to Fix Bad Overhead Tracks

In an ideal world, you’d always get your drums tracked right at the source. But when that’s not the case, you’ll need to know how to fix sub-par overhead tracks. Here’s how I tackle this common issue to get cymbals that cut through the mix.

Metal Vocal Mixing Chain

I’m taking you inside one of my mixes – join me on a step-by-step walkthrough of my metal vocal mixing chain. Plugins used in this session: Waves SSL Channel Waves CLA76 Waves Sibilance Waves L1 Black Salt Audio Escalator

Mixing Metal Kick – EQ and Compression Tutorial

Here’s an in-depth tutorial on how to get a tight, punchy kick drum with tons of attack and presence for metal and heavy rock. This video walks through how to EQ, compress and use saturation on a live kick track to give it a modern metal sound. Check out the Waves SSL Bundle