In today’s video, I’m going to share with you a super easy way to create your own custom kick drums. Ever run into a kick drum sample that has a nice tail but a horrible transient? Or maybe it has a great initial transient but has a horrible and flabby tail. Just use this simple technique to modify your samples and make your own kick drums!
Ever thought about how you can EQ the vocals in your mix to make them stand out and sparkle? Or how to make a vocal cut through a crowded mix? Vocals are the most important piece of most music productions and it’s imperative that the listener can properly hear the vocalist. It can truly make or break your track so you have to know how to mix vocals right. EQ’ing vocals can be as simple or as complicated as you make it and there is no right or wrong way but there are some tactics you can try in your mixes. In this video, I will walk you through the 6 simple steps to EQ’ing vocals on your tracks, and making your vocals memorable.
In this video, we talk all about how to EQ Bass. The bass is one of the most important aspects of a mix. Getting the low end right can elevate the track, provide weight and power, and give the listener that feeling of drive. If the low end is incorrect, it could sound bad on big systems and the listener will not like it. It is extremely important that you focus on getting the low end and the kick and bass relationship correct for each and every track.
EQ’ing the drum buss is an important part of music production and can often be overlooked. It can dramatically enhance the sound of your drums as a whole, and it’s one of the best ways to get them to sound crisp and punchy in your mix. Drum buss EQ is often affecting the whole EQ spectrum so you want to focus on subtle enhancements so it’s important not to overdo it. In this video, I will teach you everything you need to know to get the perfect sound for your tracks. By the end of this video, you’ll be able to EQ your drum buss like a pro!