Using a Ducking Reverb Effect in Your Tracks

Using a Ducking Reverb Effect in Your Tracks

A significantly prolonged reverb may be highly effective in creating a feeling of space on a vocal or synth stab when there is a long silence between phrases in a song. However, a reverb that ‘ducks’ while a particular signal plays but comes back to life...
Add More Impact to Your Drops

Add More Impact to Your Drops

No matter the genre of electronic music you create, a drop is essential for progressive momentum. The drop is like a reward for partygoers anxious to “shake it off” after building up to high musical tension. How it all plays out is totally up to you. Most...
Add Edge to Your Drums

Add Edge to Your Drums

The presence and bite of professional drum recordings might be missing in recordings of your own. This desired tonal quality can be achieved in several ways. For instance, distortion is generally a good choice, and specifically for this case, parallel distortion. In...
Emphasize Your Build-up With Effects

Emphasize Your Build-up With Effects

Build-ups are considered key features of modern electronic music. They certainly appear in other genres. However, in EDM, Techno, or House, they’re inevitably a part of a track’s core structure. Their function is basically that of creating tension and a...