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

Hooray, WE ARE MOVING!

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Hooray, WE ARE MOVING! From September 15th to October 15th we’ll be hard at work building our new studio from the ground up. Our new studio will be bigger & better. Perfectly engineered, carefully designed and meticulously acoustically treated for an optimal studio experience. This means that during this period we will be a bit slower on our e-mails and … Read More

New demo: Pop / Latin / Moombah

We’re happy to present the latest addition to our demo portfolio. Temperature rises to great heights with this one stuck on repeat. The latest Ghost Producer demo, an eclectic affair that blends feel-good Pop with the summer vibe of Latin-house and the highly contagious Moombah flow, gathers everyone to the dance floor. No need to choose one genre, Ghost Producer’s … 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

New demo: Future Funk / Soul

We’re happy to present the latest addition to our demo portfolio. Catchy melodies, funky rhythms and some serious soul. Our latest demo has it all. Check it out now! If you happen to be looking for a track in this style, or any other genre for that matter, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be more than happy to make … 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 17 – Louder is Better? – Perceived loudness

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Louder is better? Many of you will have heard of the ‘loudness war’. A typical name for the fact music has been pushed harder and louder for the last decade or more, reducing the dynamic range of the music more and more. Audiophiles will say it degrades the audio quality; removing all the different nuances in the dynamic range and … Read More

Tip 16 – Mixer Buss Routing for better mix-downs!

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Buss Routing Mixer Buss Routing: Both for workflow purposes as for the benefit of your mixdown, it’s often best to do a basic set-up for your mix before you even start producing. The easiest way to do this is to break your mix down into specific elements and group them into main mixer busses. This is something you can prepare … Read More

New demo: EDM / Big Room 2017

EDM / Big Room Demo 2017

We’re happy to present the latest addition to our demo portfolio. Now hold on to yer hats! 🙂 Our latest demo will surely blow you away. The big kicks, strong basslines and a catchy melodies will bring the party to your speakers. Check it out now! If you happen to be looking for a track in this style, or any … Read More

Tip 15 – Networking – Getting your tracks out there!

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So, You’re an artist. You’ve got a good backstory and you have some really good tracks as well. But getting people to hear your tracks has proven to be a bit more tricky than you initially thought. And preferably you don’t just want anyone to hear your tracks, you want the right people to hear your tracks. Now what? The … Read More