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Warming Up My Sound

Hi Gang,Need some advice!I've got a really decent home studio set-up and i'm pleased to say that the finished tracks are actually...

Hi Gang,

Need some advice!

I've got a really decent home studio set-up and i'm pleased to say that the finished tracks are actually coming out pretty good. I want to try and step to the next level and i think my mixes sound too clean and digital. Whats the best way to get that Pro warm sound?

Ive been told various things such as tube mic pre-amp, tube mic, focuswrite channel strip or mixing down to tape.

Im getting confused, Please help!!!!

Derek

By David Mellor Thursday November 30, 2006