Tip 20 – Clean & Controlled Sub Bass

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Clean & Controlled Sub Bass Not a very long tips & tricks post this time, as I want to talk about a very specific subject. It’s still a very important aspect of your track though. Too much of it, and your track sounds boomy, pushing away additional instruments. Too little of it, and your track will sound powerless. You probably … Read More

Tip 19 – Mix-down priorities

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Mix-down priorities A few blogs ago I wrote about how mixer buss routing would make it easier for you to improve your mix-downs. Today I’ll be talking about how thinking about the mix-down process and making conscious decisions will further improve the quality of your tracks. Furthermore I’ll give a few tips and pointers on how to make the most … Read More

Tip 18 – Transient Shaping & Designing

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Transient Shaping In order to dive deeper into the specifics of transient shaping, it’s important to first define what a transient is exactly. Wikipedia describes the term transient as following: “In acoustics and audio, a transient is a high amplitude, short-duration sound at the beginning of a waveform that occurs in phenomena such as musical sounds, noises or speech. It … Read More

Tip 08 – All About Compression!

Hey guys, Here’s my new production tip for this time. I’ve always had tons of questions on compression. Compression can seem really hard to understand, but once you understand the basics of compressors and how (and why) they work, it will make your music production / audio engineering life so much easier. So let’s just dive in! 🙂 Traditional compression … Read More