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The idea of using high passes for the exact reasons you mention is spot on ("clean up muddyness and save headroom"): Regarding "muddyness": If the microphone is placed closed to the source, it may pi …
answered Feb 17 '16 by Michael Hansen Buur
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(I'm not sure what you want to fix - it sounds sick and genrewise it is spot on!) Needless to say: always record with a DI so you have the option to reamp later on if something turns out too hot etc. …
answered Sep 29 '17 by Michael Hansen Buur
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frequency areas we are more sensitive to. Equalization and frequency distribution Let us pretend you have a mix with a variety of sources in different frequency areas and/or sources that …
answered Aug 18 '16 by Michael Hansen Buur
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Yes and no - there is no tool that does this fully automatic - you have to set up and tweak the chain your self, but once you're done it can be used with any input (i.e. "live"). (tl;dr: good impers …
answered Jan 25 '16 by Michael Hansen Buur