Multiband Compression To Process Your Kick Drum

Multiband Compression To Process Your Kick Drum

Modern electronic music can’t really be imagined without a solid kick drum. One of the processing techniques that come to mind to most producers when mixing a kick drum is compression, especially when trying to glue the kick to the track. However, unlike common...
Multi-Effect Guitar Processing

Multi-Effect Guitar Processing

There is no denying that the guitar is one of the most suitable and flexible instruments. Consequently, producers use it in many different creative ways. Since the birth of the electric guitar, we have witnessed massive progress in the guitar sound, amps that...
7 Useful Modulation Effects Tips

7 Useful Modulation Effects Tips

It would be unlikely to find a fair comparison to modulation effects in nature. For example, the flanging effect could be described as a “jet plane” passing by, and that would be the closest comparison. Effects such as flanger, phaser, chorus, or ring modulation fall...
Huge Guitar Sound Using a Doubling Effect

Huge Guitar Sound Using a Doubling Effect

Double-tracking, or just doubling, is a technique in which a second identical take of a performance is recorded on top of the first. The purpose is usually to produce a stronger or bigger sound than can be obtained with a single take. It’s a form of overdubbing....
Create Complex Delay Effects with Tekturon by D16

Create Complex Delay Effects with Tekturon by D16

Delay, or echo effect if you like, is an inevitable part of audio and music production alike. It is one of the oldest audio effects out there and besides that, it is very versatile. When it comes to the delay effect, options for coloring and bending the sound source...