MIXING IN AUDACITYPay no attention to the waveforms, I made this after I finished
STEPS:
Compressor
Normalize
Bass & Treble
**Reverb
** So I have a Mac and these “Apple” add-ons are included under the effects. Surprised me too. I also have Antares add-ons, but I actually went and got those.
WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE: »here«
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AFTER THOUGHTS
Okay. So granted I only worked in Audacity for about thirty minutes, but here’s my opinion. It’s not made for mixing.
It’s like trying to brush your hair with a fork.
Unless you find some really great add-ons or want to mix acoustic pieces the rest of your life, it’s a better use of your time to find and learn a different program. Even Audition is not that much harder than Audacity and contains limitless possibilities in regards to effects alone. 
My recommendation is to ask around, do your research, and find a program that fits what you’re trying to achieve. 
But if you’re content and just trying mixing out, stick with Audacity. 
EDIT: I tried it again and have changed my mind a bit! Check out this post »here«
Zoom Info
MIXING IN AUDACITYPay no attention to the waveforms, I made this after I finished
STEPS:
Compressor
Normalize
Bass & Treble
**Reverb
** So I have a Mac and these “Apple” add-ons are included under the effects. Surprised me too. I also have Antares add-ons, but I actually went and got those.
WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE: »here«
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AFTER THOUGHTS
Okay. So granted I only worked in Audacity for about thirty minutes, but here’s my opinion. It’s not made for mixing.
It’s like trying to brush your hair with a fork.
Unless you find some really great add-ons or want to mix acoustic pieces the rest of your life, it’s a better use of your time to find and learn a different program. Even Audition is not that much harder than Audacity and contains limitless possibilities in regards to effects alone. 
My recommendation is to ask around, do your research, and find a program that fits what you’re trying to achieve. 
But if you’re content and just trying mixing out, stick with Audacity. 
EDIT: I tried it again and have changed my mind a bit! Check out this post »here«
Zoom Info
MIXING IN AUDACITYPay no attention to the waveforms, I made this after I finished
STEPS:
Compressor
Normalize
Bass & Treble
**Reverb
** So I have a Mac and these “Apple” add-ons are included under the effects. Surprised me too. I also have Antares add-ons, but I actually went and got those.
WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE: »here«
—————————————————————————————————————————————
AFTER THOUGHTS
Okay. So granted I only worked in Audacity for about thirty minutes, but here’s my opinion. It’s not made for mixing.
It’s like trying to brush your hair with a fork.
Unless you find some really great add-ons or want to mix acoustic pieces the rest of your life, it’s a better use of your time to find and learn a different program. Even Audition is not that much harder than Audacity and contains limitless possibilities in regards to effects alone. 
My recommendation is to ask around, do your research, and find a program that fits what you’re trying to achieve. 
But if you’re content and just trying mixing out, stick with Audacity. 
EDIT: I tried it again and have changed my mind a bit! Check out this post »here«
Zoom Info
MIXING IN AUDACITYPay no attention to the waveforms, I made this after I finished
STEPS:
Compressor
Normalize
Bass & Treble
**Reverb
** So I have a Mac and these “Apple” add-ons are included under the effects. Surprised me too. I also have Antares add-ons, but I actually went and got those.
WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE: »here«
—————————————————————————————————————————————
AFTER THOUGHTS
Okay. So granted I only worked in Audacity for about thirty minutes, but here’s my opinion. It’s not made for mixing.
It’s like trying to brush your hair with a fork.
Unless you find some really great add-ons or want to mix acoustic pieces the rest of your life, it’s a better use of your time to find and learn a different program. Even Audition is not that much harder than Audacity and contains limitless possibilities in regards to effects alone. 
My recommendation is to ask around, do your research, and find a program that fits what you’re trying to achieve. 
But if you’re content and just trying mixing out, stick with Audacity. 
EDIT: I tried it again and have changed my mind a bit! Check out this post »here«
Zoom Info
MIXING IN AUDACITYPay no attention to the waveforms, I made this after I finished
STEPS:
Compressor
Normalize
Bass & Treble
**Reverb
** So I have a Mac and these “Apple” add-ons are included under the effects. Surprised me too. I also have Antares add-ons, but I actually went and got those.
WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE: »here«
—————————————————————————————————————————————
AFTER THOUGHTS
Okay. So granted I only worked in Audacity for about thirty minutes, but here’s my opinion. It’s not made for mixing.
It’s like trying to brush your hair with a fork.
Unless you find some really great add-ons or want to mix acoustic pieces the rest of your life, it’s a better use of your time to find and learn a different program. Even Audition is not that much harder than Audacity and contains limitless possibilities in regards to effects alone. 
My recommendation is to ask around, do your research, and find a program that fits what you’re trying to achieve. 
But if you’re content and just trying mixing out, stick with Audacity. 
EDIT: I tried it again and have changed my mind a bit! Check out this post »here«
Zoom Info
MIXING IN AUDACITYPay no attention to the waveforms, I made this after I finished
STEPS:
Compressor
Normalize
Bass & Treble
**Reverb
** So I have a Mac and these “Apple” add-ons are included under the effects. Surprised me too. I also have Antares add-ons, but I actually went and got those.
WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE: »here«
—————————————————————————————————————————————
AFTER THOUGHTS
Okay. So granted I only worked in Audacity for about thirty minutes, but here’s my opinion. It’s not made for mixing.
It’s like trying to brush your hair with a fork.
Unless you find some really great add-ons or want to mix acoustic pieces the rest of your life, it’s a better use of your time to find and learn a different program. Even Audition is not that much harder than Audacity and contains limitless possibilities in regards to effects alone. 
My recommendation is to ask around, do your research, and find a program that fits what you’re trying to achieve. 
But if you’re content and just trying mixing out, stick with Audacity. 
EDIT: I tried it again and have changed my mind a bit! Check out this post »here«
Zoom Info

MIXING IN AUDACITY
Pay no attention to the waveforms, I made this after I finished

STEPS:

  1. Compressor
  2. Normalize
  3. Bass & Treble
  4. **Reverb

** So I have a Mac and these “Apple” add-ons are included under the effects. Surprised me too. I also have Antares add-ons, but I actually went and got those.

WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE: »here«

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AFTER THOUGHTS

Okay. So granted I only worked in Audacity for about thirty minutes, but here’s my opinion. It’s not made for mixing.

It’s like trying to brush your hair with a fork.

Unless you find some really great add-ons or want to mix acoustic pieces the rest of your life, it’s a better use of your time to find and learn a different program. Even Audition is not that much harder than Audacity and contains limitless possibilities in regards to effects alone. 

My recommendation is to ask around, do your research, and find a program that fits what you’re trying to achieve.

But if you’re content and just trying mixing out, stick with Audacity. 

EDIT: I tried it again and have changed my mind a bit! Check out this post »here«