In this video I’m going to show you how to check your mixes in mono using FL Studio 20. Then we’ll talk a bit about some reasons why it’s a good idea to check your mixes in mono and make sure that there aren’t any issues. This technique can be useful to really help you get a more solid mix. Hope you enjoy the video!
When I first started this YouTube channel I made a “How to Mix in Mono in FL Studio” video which I recently took down. The tutorial was pretty bad and I didn’t explain any of the reasons why it would be a good idea to use this technique. So my goal with this video was to revisit how to do this and also answer some of the questions that I got on the other video. If you have any other questions feel free to leave me a comment and I’ll do my best to answer.
Dimension Expander – This is a great simple plugin that I use a decent amount from xfer records (same company that makes OTT). You can get it on splice and some other places.
Ozone Imager – Another great free plugin from ozone which does what you would expect it to do. Has some built in meters which is definitely a nice bonus.
SPAN – This is a free spectrum analyzer plugin that I use all the time and that has a correlation meter along with some other types of metering. I highly recommend getting it if you don’t have it already.
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