Frecuency space in the mix

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by GnzlO, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. GnzlO

    GnzlO Active Member

    Sep 22, 2008
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    Hello dudes, lately I've been reading some stuff about mixing and the frecuency space that is needed for each element to breath correctly (bass, drum, vocals, etc) in the mix, and I wonder if that frecuency space is measure by ear and intuition or there's some frecuency meter that let me know if there are instrument frecuency fighting to get their proper space in the mix, I guess this might take intuition first, but not sure about that, what do you think?

  2. Link555

    Link555 Well-Known Member

    Mar 31, 2007
    North Vancouver
    The answer is Yes.

    for both.

    as for the meter, its called fast fourier transfomer FFT.
    Usally shown in Bode plot with frequency on the X axis and amplitute on the Y axis.

    Several companies make them. Most DAWS come with them built in.
  3. GeckoMusic

    GeckoMusic Guest

    Voxengo SPAN is a good free one. It's a good tool to get started with. With experiance it is a tool you will use less and less.

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