Many people underestimate the importance of the electric guitar in a mix.
They can make your mix thick, powerful, and exciting. When mixed properly, they add a great deal of emotion to the song.
But when they’re mixed wrong, they can take up a ton of space. Rather than making a song more emotional, they can make it blander. More flat. More muddy.
This is especially true if you have several guitar tracks happening at once. It’s easy to have too many passengers crowding the train car!
To help you avoid all of these problems, here are 7 tips for mixing guitars that you can use today to make your mixes sound separate, clear, and exciting.
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