8 Proven Ways to Achieve a Fat and Thick Bass

Get Thick Fat Bass

Are you tired of weak and thin bass sounds in your music? Want to make your bass sound fat and punchy?  As a music producer or a bass player, you know how important it is to have a thick and powerful bass and low end.

In this video, I will share 8 proven techniques to achieve a thick, fat, and powerful bass using Ableton Live that will make your music sound professional and polished. Whether you’re working on an electronic track, a hip-hop beat or a rock song, these tips will help you take your low end game to the next level.


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Dynamic EQ – Everything You Need to Know

Dynamic EQ

Are you using dynamic EQ? Want to know the differences between a static EQ and a dynamic EQ? Dynamic EQ is a new innovative type of EQ that allows for more precise control over the frequency response of a track. Dynamic EQs adapt dynamically to changes in the audio signal.

In short, a dynamic EQ is acting like an equalizer and a compressor almost in one. It can be set so that the dynamic EQ is analyzing the incoming audio and reacting to the signal based on the parameters set. For example, the threshold, just like a compressor, will initiate when the EQ starts to boost or cut. So you can have the EQ dynamically boost or cut based on the parameters set including attack and decay. This type of EQ can provide greater control when looking to surgically fix issues in the mix. The benefit of using an EQ like this is that problem frequencies can be addressed only when resonating in the signal. This means that the whole frequency will not be boosted or cut at all times.

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Saturation in Music Production

Saturation 101

Music production is a detailed art form that takes many years to understand sound, tone, and dynamics. One of the greatest tools in music production is Saturation. Saturation refers to the process of adding harmonic distortion to a sound, which can create a warmer, richer, and more complex tone. You can use several types of saturation to enhance their tracks. Each type of saturation produces a unique sound and can be used to achieve different effects on the audio signal.

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What is distortion and how to use it in music production?

Distortion in Music

Distortion is a type of audio effect that deforms the sound, altering it in some way that can be sonically pleasing to the human ear. While EQ and compressors also alter the sound, distortion is one of those terms that you hear about when guitar players use distortion pedals, or when you have a rack mount unit with a distortion box that mangles the sound.

Types of Distortion Plugins

When it comes to distortion plugins, there are different types that you can use:

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