Into The Lair 17: Using Gates in Non-Traditional Ways
In this week’s ITL, Dave talks about how you to use gates in non-traditional ways to get different effects. Weather it’s adding attack to a kick drum, or using them to create rhythms in pads, you don’t want to miss this episode!
Into The Lair 16: Using Plugins on Individual Tracks
ITL #15 has Dave going through some plugins he used on individual tracks in a mix he did for Boney James.
Into The Lair 14: Building a Mix
This week’s “Into The Lair” is a continuation of last week’s, where Dave explains how he starts to build a mix
Into The Lair 13: Side Chain Compression
Dave goes over Sidechain Compression techniques, Tape Saturation plug-ins, and Steven Slate’s Trigger in this week’s “Into The Lair”
Into The Lair 12: Compression Techniques
In this weeks “Into The Lair” (in HD!), Dave goes into the concepts of using compression in small amounts using multiple compressors. Dave A/B’s the track’s with and without the various compressors he is using to show you what he is getting out of them.
Into The Lair 11: Mark Loughman of BAE Audio
In the 11th “Into The Lair”, Dave takes an in-depth look into the world of high-end mic pre’s with BAE Audio’s own Mark Loughman. They discuss the history of the venerable 1073 mic pre, and how Mark has managed to not only recreate, but improve upon this industry classic!
Into The Lair 10: 4 Final tips for widening your tracks
This week’s Into The Lair is a continuation from last week’s where Dave gives four distinct examples of how to clear out the middle and get wider mixes!
Into The Lair 9: Widening Your Tracks Part 2/2
This is part 2/2 for Into The Lair #9, which includes 4 distinct methods for getting instruments to sit better in the mix, as well as get more width and depth to your mixes by clearing things out of the middle!
Into The Lair 9: Widening your tracks Part 1/2
This week’s ITL discusses clearing elements out of the middle to make room for vocals, as well as tricks to widen your mixes.