It seems that almost every week someone reaches out for help with their broadcast mix. Now, that mix could simply be “broadcast” into the lobby or cry room, but it seems to be an ongoing issue for many people. As I keep telling more folks about it, it occurred to me that I should do a video that I can send people to. So here we are.

I can’t take complete credit for this. I wrote this up as a four-part series some years back. I had been working on some ideas a good seven or eight yeas ago when I got spend the evening in deep discussion with my friend Andrew Stone. Somewhere about hour 6, I asked him about how he set up his broadcast mix. Several hours later, we headed to bed with just enough time to sleep for a few hours before we had to be back at the conference.

What follows is a hybrid approach. Some of this is from Stone, some is from me. I say this mainly to give credit to where credit is due. Over the years , I’ve refined this pretty well and it gives great results every time. Check out the video below and search the site for more detailed write ups.