Music Think Tank

Kill Your Plug-ins & Up Your Music Production Skills

Huge_Synth_lg This post is for all the audio engineers and people that work in a recording studio. On Music Think Tank, James Hogg talks about the plug-in effect and how many people love plug-ins. However, he believes that too many plug-ins can be a problem and proposes to disable some plug-ins.

‘Many people’s attitude to plugins is like that of a host of an out of control teenage house-party: “Come on in, the more the merrier!”’

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  1. Recording levels are of the utmost importance when you are producing your music. This pertains to the level for the racks or the mixes. Plugins are used for mixing well the music and for better tracks.But production skills are most to produce well than plugins.

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