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post Feb 12 2013, 03:24 AM
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Hey, so I've been getting into mixing lately and running into a lot of awesome vst's and programs, but the only problem is... There not free... If your like me, then you don't really have money to spend on equipment all the time. So that's why I'm looking for some free vst's for mixing such as compression, eq, high pass filter (I WANT THIS ONE THE MOST), etc. I've post some VST's that I've found on the web below. Check them out and post a download link to some that you think are helpful, especially the high pass filter, I really want a good/easy to use one!

Also, can you be soo kind to list the order in which you guys apply vst effects when your mixing/mastering? I'm just curious.



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DON'T FORGET to share and post download links to your favorite mixing/mastering VST plugins. And, also, list the order in wihich you apply vst effects when your mixing/mastering... Thanks would really appreciate it... Have a nice day biggrin.gif

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post Feb 12 2013, 11:06 AM
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I'm just getting into it all but like

Variety of Sound series of vsts and they're free


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post Feb 12 2013, 11:58 AM
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Hi mate! The mixing & mastering world is amazing! I mostly use Waves plug ins, I like their API series for EQ and Compression but also SSL and VE series are good. PSP vintage warmer and Waves maximizers are very good for mastering.

Here you can find a link to an article where some of the best free plugins are shared: http://www.musicradar.com/tuition/tech/the...-today-277953/1

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post Feb 13 2013, 04:13 AM
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Here you can find a link to an article where some of the best free plugins are shared: http://www.musicradar.com/tuition/tech/the...-today-277953/1

Do you have some mixing samples? smile.gif


Thanks for the vst's, and no... I don't have any mixing samples. I always just delete them after I finish play around a bit with em.


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post Feb 16 2013, 03:07 AM
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I know it can be daunting to share your mix/work with the group here, as it often invites feedback that can be both good and bad. However, it's worth all of the bad to get better. We have some really experienced folks here (like Mr. Miro) who can give you valuable advice. So don't be shy! Share away smile.gif

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QUOTE (eLeCtRoFrEaK0036 @ Feb 12 2013, 10:13 PM) *
Thanks for the vst's, and no... I don't have any mixing samples. I always just delete them after I finish play around a bit with em.



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post Feb 16 2013, 11:26 AM
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You shouldn't delete them even if you don't want want others to hear them. You should keep them and a few weeks/months after you did them listen to them again. Very often people need some time between recordng/mixing and being able to critically listen to their own work in order to begin to 'see the wood from the trees'.

Just to add that most daws come with an awful lot of vsts some of which are pretty good. If you use Reaper try the Stillwell ones. Most (probably all) mixing daws will
also have a HPF on the channel strip.


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QUOTE (tonymiro @ Feb 16 2013, 07:26 AM) *
Very often people need some time between recordng/mixing and being able to critically listen to their own work in order to begin to 'see the wood from the trees'.



This is so true... It's awesome how much your thought change from a mix when you give it some days.. even more when you are doing your first mixes.


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