Bring Back The Impact: Drum Mastering

Bring Back The Impact: Drum Mastering

Drum Mastering Using Parallel Compression   You have probably come to this point while mixing your track: the more elements you add to your drums, the less impact they have. In this tutorial, I will walk you through one way to counteract this using parallel...
8 Effective Ways To Use Our Freeze Tool

8 Effective Ways To Use Our Freeze Tool

1. Bounce a submix. If you’ve got a submix just right in Lumit, you can print the “Group Track” the elements belong to using the Freeze Tool. This way, you have a pre-mixed composite stem and are not risking losing that perfect blend. Not to mention, you can...
Discover Powerful Parallel Processing

Discover Powerful Parallel Processing

As you may already know, audio signals can be processed using a plethora of tools called effect units. Producers and engineers often insert them directly into the signal chain so that the unit captures and affects 100% of the sound. Just as often, they combine the...
Discovering the Exciting Possibilities of Glitch Effects

Discovering the Exciting Possibilities of Glitch Effects

What is Glitch?   In a computer program, a glitch is a bug that isn’t encountered very often and results in a problem. On the other hand, in computer audio, a glitch is a quick temporary noise in a file that sounds like a snap. Read the following tutorial...
Discover 3 Different Side-Chain Settings in Lumit

Discover 3 Different Side-Chain Settings in Lumit

Side-Chain in Lumit   First and foremost, Our compressor/expander and noise gate have three different settings for side-chain input. If you’re not familiar with side-chain or “ducking”, it often sounds like this…      ...
Top Production Mistakes: Part 1

Top Production Mistakes: Part 1

Stop repeating the same mistakes.   In my experience running Berklee’s Electronica Club (soon to be called the Electronic Production Club), I’ve noticed many recurring mistakes producers make. In the past, I would often redirect them to the internet for help....