Mixing Plug-ins 101: How to Start Mixing

Mixing Plug-ins 101: How to Start Mixing

by Arthur Kody, iZotope Contributor September 28, 2021

In this article, I’ll walk you through how to mix with plug-ins in order to get better sounding mixes faster. I’ll be using several different mixing plug-ins along the way, but you can get access to every plug-in in this article by becoming a Music Production Suite Pro
member.

What Is Sidechain Compression? And How To Use It

What Is Sidechain Compression? And How To Use It

by Nick Messitte, iZotope Contributor August 20, 2021

In mixing, you may have come across a form of compression called “sidechain compression” and had no idea what it meant. What is it and why is it useful? In this piece, we’re going to define sidechain compression for you in simple terms. We’ll show you some common uses, and point you to some examples of sidechain compression in the wild, so you can train your ears to recognize sidechain compression in action.

This discussion points out the detection circuits for the compressor in Neutron. Recently posted about the detection circuit in Ozone 9 as well.

Good things to know.

Recording Acoustic Guitar – Everything You Need To Know | Production Expert

Recording Acoustic Guitar – Everything You Need To Know | Production Expert

Acoustic guitar is a staple instrument across a variety of musical genres from Folk and Country through to Pop and Rock, so there’s every chance you are going to be recording one on a regular basis.

Here are our tips to help you get the best possible acoustic guitar recordings.

inserted image first, upload later

I believe the workflow is to

  1. Drag image from web page to body of post – this brings up the uploader window
  2. Make changes to metadata, etc.
  3. Upload the image
  4. Remove the image from the post
  5. Locate the image in the Media Library – drag to Featured Image box
  6. Post

Use Quick Reference Windows to View Multiple Parts of Scrivener Projects | Literature and Latte

Use Quick Reference Windows to View Multiple Parts of Scrivener Projects | Literature and Latte

A Scrivener project can be simple, with a couple of folders and files, or it can be quite complex, with chapters, scenes, character sheets, and research. The main Scrivener interface is designed to help you navigate and display these various elements, but the Editor generally only shows one item.

Sometimes you need to refer to other items in your project. You may want to keep tabs on your character sheets, either to ensure that your descriptions are consistent, or to add more information to them. If you store research in your Scrivener project, you almost certainly need to check details from time to time.

Now if I could only expose the internal tagging to the outside world…