Audio mixing tutorial: Equalizing brass horns and woodwinds |

This audio mixing tutorial demonstrates how to equalize brass horns and woodwinds. Watch more at

This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter ten of the Audio Mixing Bootcamp course presented by author Bobby Owsinski. The complete Audio Mixing Bootcamp course has a total duration of 8 hours and 53 minutes, and explores setting up an optimal listening environment, highlights the most efficient ways to balance a mix, shows how to build a powerful sound with compression, and explains how to master the intricacies of EQ, incorporate reverb, delay, and modulation effects, and generate the final mix

Audio Mixing Bootcamp table of contents:

1. Improving Your Listening Environment
2. Prepping Your Mix
3. Learning the Basics of Mixing
4. Building Your Mix
5. Panning
6. Exploring Compression
7. Using Noise Gates and De-Essers
8. Learning About EQ
9. Applying EQ to the Rhythm Section
10. Applying EQ to the Instruments
11. Understanding Reverb
12. Adding Reverb
13. Adding Delay
14. Adding Modulation Effects
15. The Final Mix


4 thoughts on “Audio mixing tutorial: Equalizing brass horns and woodwinds |”

  1. Could you please help me out.. I recorded horns using Logic X Pro and I have some red peaks. How can I fix the whole track or the peaks? Is it right to put down the Vol fader? If so,  doesn't it affect the sound or their quality?  Thanks

  2. My god I looooooooooove that sax piece! Whomever played that is a really dope player… that was FUNKY!!! Nice video too, I love using horn sections in my productions, but I've had difficulty mixing them in with my tracks (hrs&hrs&hrs of tweaking to get them just right).

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