David Glenn

Creating My New MIX TEMPLATE – Part 1

In this video, we’re going over what drove me to creating a new mix template, the thought process behind which tracks and busses stay and which get the axe, and how to make your workflow more efficient.

Mixing Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” | Part 5: Lead Vocals

This is it, folks! In the fifth part in our series focusing on mixing Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean”, we finally take a look at the lead vocals. In this video, you’ll learn how to bring out the energy of a great vocal performance, as well as using effects to enhance the emotion of the song.

The Tom Trick – Save Your REAL Toms and Almost Never Replace Them Again

Today, I’m going to show you one of the most popular techniques I’ve ever shared since beginning to create tutorials back in 2013. The Tom Trick Before I share the video I have to admit that I know there are a couple of plug-ins that can do this same thing. BUT! And a BIG BUT at that… What I’ve found personally is that the plug-ins like Slate Digital’s Drums Gate… Read More »The Tom Trick – Save Your REAL Toms and Almost Never Replace Them Again

Adjust Phase for Punchy Hard-Hitting Drums

Have you ever found yourself processing your live drum recordings, without being able to get to the sound you’re reaching for? Does it seem like EQ and compression have failed you? Watch this video to learn how adjusting phase is the cure for your drums blues.

Inside the Mix with David Glenn — Fight For Me By Dr. Tumi

My good friend and incredibly talented Gospel artist out of South Africa, Dr. Tumi recently came to me for yet another beautiful track called “Fight For Me” and today I want to give you an inside look at some of the techniques and processing I used to bring this mix to life. Before we breakdown the mix here’s the video Dr. Tumi released about an hour after we finished hitting… Read More »Inside the Mix with David Glenn — Fight For Me By Dr. Tumi

Mixing Low End with The Low End Mixing Trick

Last night I was on the phone with my Mastering Engineer and good friend, Joey Fernandez and I asked him what the most common mix problems are that he has to address in mastering. His response? Low end management! Here’s a video where I breakdown my low end referencing technique. I hope it helps you make huge progress with your low end asap. I’d love to hear what you think… Read More »Mixing Low End with The Low End Mixing Trick