by Nick Messitte, iZotope Contributor July 1, 2019
6 tips to get the most out of your next interview or tape sync project.
Recently, I stepped away from my mixing duties to report a piece for WHYY, an NPR station based out of Philadelphia. The gig got me out of the studio, recording interviews in a variety of locations, and dusting off a bag of in-the-field tricks that might be of some benefit to you.
If this sort of work intrigues you—interviewing people in the field for radio and podcasts and the like—read on. We’ll cover the right tools for the job and some good techniques for getting a quality sound.
by Jett Galindo, iZotope Contributor July 3, 2019
Recording, mixing, and mastering classical music requires different techniques than most modern productions.
Classical music is known for its nuanced sonics—from the wide dynamics all the way to its vast range in the frequency spectrum. With that comes a unique set of challenges for sound engineers when recording, mixing, and mastering classical music.
by DJ Pangburn, iZotope Contributor July 3, 2019
LFO on the Roland Jupiter-6 synthesizer
Everyone has a soft spot for a synthesizer filter sweep or a tremolo effect on a guitar track. Thanks to LFOs (low frequency oscillators), these wooshy filter sweeps and pitch modulation (vibrato) effects are easy to execute. But LFOs have other creative uses.
by Daniel Dixon, iZotope Contributor July 3, 2019
We’ve already covered tips for mixing jazz, rock, and hip-hop. Today, we’re diving into house music.
Covering a wide range of styles within the genre—from classic anthems to vocal cuts to minimal, techy jams—these tips will be of service to house producers, engineers, and even DJs.
by Daniel Dixon, iZotope Contributor July 1, 2019
Learn how to boost bass in a mix with these five tips
Some songs seem to have a physical presence that sets them apart from the rest. This powerful sound and physical feeling are often created by a careful treatment of low and mid-range frequencies. Today, I’ll cover some tips for boosting bass and adding weight to a mix.