4 Alternative Ways Of Using The De-Esser Effect

4 Alternative Ways Of Using The De-Esser Effect

What is a De-Esser effect?   The De-esser is without a doubt a versatile effect, frequently used to tame the annoying “ess” and “esh” parts in the vocal recordings. Therefore, it is mostly considered to be a vocal tool. However, De-Esser can be useful in many...
Create Kick Drum Sounds in Tune

Create Kick Drum Sounds in Tune

  When choosing the right kick drum for your track sometimes you get lucky by randomly picking a sample that immediately sits well with the bass and other rhythmic elements in the mix. But more often than not, various equalizers, compressors, and other processing...
A Quick Guide to Designing Dubstep Drums

A Quick Guide to Designing Dubstep Drums

  Good drum mixing is a telltale sign of mature production and often the first thing labels will focus on when listening to a demo. With the status that house music has reached in recent years, artists and sample companies have been quick to saturate the market...
Drum and Bass Elements

Drum and Bass Elements

Drum and bass music grew out of the UK underground rave scene in the ’90s. Since then, it has branched off into countless sub-genres and derivations, each with their artists and varying levels of prominence. Despite a complex set of influences and roots tied in Funk,...