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Rahul Mishra
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MIXING tutorial for caustic?

I am looking for a mixing tutorial, specially designed for caustic users. I have seen a lot of mixing tutorials but it would be great if I learn to imply those ideas on caustic. I've to go by ear, since exact parameters aren't available(which is probably a good thing) but it becomes a bit difficult to manage the clashing frequencies,especially in the lower end. Should I use the three band eq on the mixing panel, or the parametric eq in the effects rack, to deal with clasing freq. I'm expecting a complete tutorial from instrument selection to the ready to master stage.

JHSound
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I've learned most of this by

I've learned most of this by trial and error, having a only little bit of background in live sound.  In Caustic, I've found that the Parametric Equalizer is dangerous if you use the gain to boost frequencies dramatically. It's better to cut frequencies you don't want. I use the mixer for the foundational EQ. A LP or HP filter can be used to completely cut all frequencies above or below.

I haven't seen a comprehensive tutorial on mixing within Caustic so I think you might have to just keep experimenting and learning.

 

Rahul Mishra
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Really helpful.. JHSound..

Really helpful.. JHSound.. thankyou

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Lots of tips on the sound on

Lots of tips on the sound on sound website, not specific to caustic though.  

http://www.soundonsound.com/techniques/mixing-essentials

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Rahul Mishra
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thankyu edgey :)

thankyu edgey :)

Rami Mohemed98
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Joined: 03/02/2017 - 17:54
If you couldn't find any

If you couldn't find any mixing tutorials,, then you better trust your ears,, your ears is the best method
But I don't know if caustic 3 stock mixer is better enough