Easy Mixing Advice: Doubling Instruments

This is an advice which is actually not a mixing advice, though it works quite well as a mixing tool: If parts of your sample-based orchestral composition don’t sound right, like sharp or unrealistic, don’t EQ or compress, try fixing it with orchestration first, with doubling instruments being the simplest method. The composers of the… Continue reading Easy Mixing Advice: Doubling Instruments

How I compose music – pt. 01: DAW or paper

Originally I had planned to do a single blog post about my modus operandi as a composer. However, there have been quite a number of questions after I announced this, so I decided to split it up and do more, shorter blog posts. This is the first of them. Please bear in mind that I… Continue reading How I compose music – pt. 01: DAW or paper