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I just found this helpful tutorial from The Whipping Post And here is a basic overview of the tips: 1: Use MONO Sound Sources 2: Rest your ears 3: Keep the bass and kick panned dead center 4: Use EQ to cut, not boost 5: Fix frequency masking problems 6: EQ boosting also boosts your volume — keep this in mind when setting relative levels 7: Subtle effects are most effective — contrast is key 8: Use noise gates strategically, and before reverb 9: Cut off unnecessary frequencies, especially low rumble below 30-40hz 10: Avoid mixing with headphones
Information contained in the Top 100 Seventies Singles was excerpted from The Top Ten by Bob Gilbert and Gary Theroux (New York: Fireside, 1982), The New Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll ed. by Patricia Romanowski, Holly George-Warren and Jon Pareles (New York: Fireside, 1995), and The Billboard Book of Number One Hits by Fred Bronson (New York: Billboard Publications, 1988). Rankings were compiled by Gary Theroux and Bob Gilbert through an analysis of national trade chart activity, major market radio air play, industry sales figures, and music licensing tally reports.
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