How to mix strings in a realistic orchestral mockup? That is the question that I’ll answer in this video. I’ll show you my workflow, the plugins that I use and why and how I use them. Hopefully this will give you some guidance when mixing orchestral strings in your own orchestral mockups.
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Mixing orchestral strings
We all love strings. That Hollywood sweet lush sound never bores us. But how do achieve that sound when you mix strings?
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In this video I show you how I only use four plugins to mix the strings. With subtle, almost not noticeable adjustments per track I can realise a huge effect on the strings all together.
Earlier I shared my project files (midi mockup etc.) with you all. If you haven’t downloaded them yet, here is the direct link: http://bit.ly/show-opener-gh0stwrit3r-music
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