Low frequency is always one of the toughest to handle. Your room sometimes trick you (will explain in different video) or your monitors are not capable of projecting clear low-end to you. The low-end clutter usually occurs between kick and bass, two very low frequency dominated instruments that tend to fight for the same space. Usually, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
More likely that you’ve heard this “pumping” sound already. Turn on your radio, tune in to the billboard top chart. 90% if not more you’ll hear this pumping happening in different degree. One of this “pumping” effects usually happens on sustaining sound (Strings, Pad, Bass, Keys, etc.) which ducks on every beat. The technique used […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I use compressors on a daily basis. I think I know all the parameters come with a compressor. Threshold, ratio, attack, release, knee, etc. And they are explained well on manuals or any online resources. But when I tried to explain this to not-so-technical friends, they got confused. The question almost ALWAYS came following this too techie […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Now’s the time to give full range back to your bass! When mixing bass, it’s always a struggle to get it right. Have you ever been in a situation that the bass you are trying to mix sounds nice and wide but lacks sub in the middle? And you try to enhance that sub, only […]Continue Reading... No Comments.