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  1. Tecage
    Oct 25,  · Yeah, over-editing is kind of a curse. As is under-performing during the recording. And the song is king. But this being gear slutz: I have noticed over the years that the best-sounding mixes done in our room by outside guys often used only pieces of outboard kit and maybe 3 plugins in ProTools (sans amp, echo farm, and the occasional autotune), everything else being done on the console.
  2. Gozragore
    Elton John - Your Song () - Live on the Bruce Forsyth Show - Duration: 2 minutes, 10 seconds.
  3. Jull
    Andy Wallace: From Nirvana to Jeff Buckley by Glen Colen | Photographs by Greg Sullivan In his twenty-five plus years in the music business, Andy Wallace has grown from an unknown home recording enthusiast to the premier mixer of his day.
  4. Kazilabar
    Andy Wallace. Menu. Movies. Showtimes & Tickets Showtimes & Tickets Top Rated Movies Most Popular Movies Browse Movies by Genre Top Box Office In Theaters Coming Soon Coming Soon DVD & Blu-ray Releases Release Calendar Movie News India Movie Spotlight. TV Shows.
  5. Meztilrajas
    Sep 25,  · Grace and Hybrid Theory are the only others I really know of as Andy Wallace mixes, and they are also 2 of the finest mixes I've ever heard. I'm sure there are many more tha I've heard, but they just haven't twigged as Andy Wallace mixes just yet.
  6. Akinoshura
    Listen to music from Andy Wallace like Religion (7" Mix by Andy Wallace), Are You Ready(Original Mix)_HRR_GMB88 & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Andy Wallace.
  7. Donris
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  8. Jugis
    Aug 29,  · Andy Wallace gives me the impression that he slams his mixes into the wall because he likes the sound of it, not because the artists instruct him to do so. He does mention the fact that it helps keep control over your mix post- radio compression, but it still seems to go against the reasons many other professionals give for over-compressing.

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