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Graham Cochrane
Musician | Entrepreneur | Founder of The Recording Revolution | Most importantly a husband and father.
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Waves Audio Apr 24
Brand NEW tutorial with Graham from !!!!
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Great question. I say start mixing on headphones. This video will help:
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Sergei Koshelev Apr 24
after 7th time hearing about I've finally read it (and nearly cried at the end, thank you🙏)
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Graham Cochrane Apr 24
Before you put a single plugin on your individual tracks – start by inserting a few on your mix buss or master fader
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Graham Cochrane Apr 24
How To Mix A Song From Scratch - Mix Buss Processing [Part 2 of 6]
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Graham Cochrane Apr 21
Here's a more freeing way to release your music 🎶
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Classless Chat Apr 20
's got great advice here! It was great to have him on the a few weeks back. Keep it up Graham!
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Graham Cochrane Apr 20
Double tracking. It will always sound wider
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Graham Cochrane Apr 20
How to take the raw tracks you recorded for your song and turn them into a powerful, punchy mix with clarity + depth
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Graham Cochrane Apr 20
How To Mix A Song From Scratch - The Static Mix [Part 1 of 6]
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Graham Cochrane Apr 17
Great example of a hit artist who prefers to drop new singles almost as soon as he writes and records them
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Graham Cochrane Apr 17
The next generation of music makers will never ask the question “Can I really make a hit song in a bedroom studio?”
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Graham Cochrane Apr 17
is a perfect example of the "recording revolution" - read why here and show him some love
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Graham Cochrane Apr 17
How Gnash Is Making Billboard Top 10 Hits In His Dad's Garage
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Graham Cochrane Apr 17
By definition you ARE a sole proprietor. Just track all income and expenses for th business and note it on Schedule C of your tax return
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喵嗚 Apr 15
Thanks to Graham 's tutorial video, my bass guitar never sounding this good!
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Graham Cochrane Apr 17
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Graham Cochrane Apr 17
Hate is a strong word 😉Perhaps "put up with" is better?
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Kingg ®omeo™ Apr 13
All your videos are gold mines of amazing mix criteria! I love when you get philosophical about the music💯Don't Ever Stop!
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#zodgraphicdesigns📷 Apr 13
your mixing tips have helped me alot, my mixes now sound very good because of that l. 😇👌
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