Recording cello and piano, I am going with XY stereo far and above, and spot mics for both instruments (two for piano amd one for cello).
I pan only the spots, and not the XY stereo track, right?
Thanks in advance...
I am starting to mix a new track i recorded and want some advice on how to mix and handle FX returns and routing.
I was wondering how to pan FX returns like reverb & delay. I read somewhere that in case of reverb, the wet signal should be panned to the same position as the dry signal. Is this true?
I'm mixing a project with two drummers on most of the songs, much like The Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers etc. I've been pondering my panning approach and, though I've kind of got it figured out, it would be useful to hear what others have done or think they would do with two kits before I settle on something.
In any recording where more than 1 microphone is used to record a source, PanNoir provides a completely unique solution to the correction of phase that will exist. Able to correct for the difference between stereo close and stereo room mics with an incredibly simple to use interface has completely changed what is possible to achieve in any mix situation.
Hello everyone, just wanted to know what pan law you guys are using for mixing. Is there a preferred pan law for music mixing? I admit of having a less than suitable environment to make out pans and levels precisely and can depend on meters only so much. (heavily rely on headphones)
I came across this video on YT and was intrigued by this plugin .
I'm new to this forum and also a little lost regarding if this is the right place for my question.
How do you pan a single guitar left and right in a mix?
I have the guitar track recorded onto an eight track reel to reel.
I use a Studiomaster 16 channel mixer, with two more smaller mixers.
Recently I've had a sort of revelation when it comes to the spatial placement of sounds. The revelation was chiefly due to a sudden interest in Kind of Blue and other jazz standards. I've realized that good panning is essential to getting clarity in a mix, something which was not apparent to me before.