How To Mix Electric Guitars3:23
Mixing engineer Dave Pensado shows you his favorite methods of using Aux Sends while mixing in the 41st episode of Into The Lair from Pensado’s Place.
How to Mix Rock Guitars (And Get Them Wide!)5:16
Dave shows a simple technique (sometimes known as the Abbey Road Studios reverb technique) in the 128th episode of Into The Lair from Pensado’s Place.
How to Widen Guitars4:23
In this video, Dave shows you everything you wanted to know about slap delays and some tips and tricks for getting new effects with them in the 92nd episode of Into The Lair from Pensado’s Place.
Curated from the free Into The Lair (ITL) video tutorial series, Grammy Award–winning mix engineer Dave Pensado shows you his awesome secrets and techniques when working on guitars that will make them big and wide in your mixes!
In these guitar-focused ITL episodes, Dave teaches you the essentials of mixing guitars, including how to mix different types of guitars, what you need to do in order to get the wide guitar sound, and how to get your guitars to sit perfectly in a mix.
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