Mixing is all about shaping audio frequencies. The goal is to blend all the frequencies together and make them sound their best.
Resonant frequencies are the aural poisons that lurk inside your mix. They cloud your mix with unwanted, unmanageable frequencies, steal your precious headroom, and more — and they render your project unpleasant to listen to.
So, what are resonant frequencies, and what can you do about them?
In this article, we’re going to cover everything you need to know to vanquish unwanted resonant frequencies once and for all, and as a result, create cleaner-sounding mixes.
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