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The first time I recorded vocals at home was an absolute catastrophe

Rob Mayzes, Founder of Home Studio Center

​The vocals are the most important part of your mix. Get the vocals right, and the rest will follow.

But producing great vocals at home isn't easy.​

What if there was a proven formula you could use to mix vocals that sounded professional, expensive and impressive? Even if they were recorded at home, in a small studio?

Contrary to what you might think, there is a formula for mixing great vocals.

And I don’t mean the same EQ settings, the same compression settings etc.

No… I use the same SYSTEM every time. The same techniques. The same processes.

My name is Rob Mayzes and I'm the founder of Home Studio Center.

I have been recording and mixing professionally at home for over 10 years. 

My mission with Home Studio Center is to ​brake down the systems and strategies that I use every day and turn them into step-by-step instructions for you.

All you need to do is implement what I teach and you will see (and hear) immediate results.

For example...​

​Here is a break down of my entire system for mixing vocals. Not all of these steps are necessary, and you will need to adapt this system to the genre that you are mixing.

But these are the steps that I find myself making 90% of the time.

The best part? Once you have learned my system and replicated it, you can easily mould it to your personal preferences and start to develop your own mixing style.

Mixing isn't hard. You don't need to understand the science behind every move you make.

Once you understand the tools at your disposal mixing becomes an art. It's all about the music.

That's why I'm here - to guide you along that journey of discovery and understanding.

I do the hard work for you. I break down the complicated processes into easy to follow step-by-step instructions.

Right now, I want to break down this 12-step vocal mixing formula for you over the span of 4 free videos.

This is all completely free. You can learn about the individual steps of my vocal mixing formula and start receiving weekly tips at no cost.

Just hit the button below and enter your email address to get instant access. You will also get:

  • A free copy of my popular ebook, How to EQ Absolutely Anything
  • My advice for avoiding the #1 EQ mistake that everyone makes at some point
  • My 3 most popular and useful tutorials that have helped thousands of people

P.S. You can learn more about me (Rob Mayzes) and Home Studio Center on the About Page.


Graham CochraneThe Recording Revolution

Rob is a super talented and humble guy. Not only does he have a great knowledge of real world audio strategy, he’s a great teacher.


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