Take Control of Your Low Frequencies

Take Control of Your Low Frequencies

Music producers spend countless hours trying to find that perfect balance between the low, mid and high frequencies. While lower spectrum frequencies can sound warm and appealing, they can easily swallow other elements in the mix and make the overall mix sound muddy....
Create a Perfect White Noise Riser

Create a Perfect White Noise Riser

The white noise riser is considered to be an essential component of many modern electronic music genres. It serves a similar purpose as a long reverse cymbal. It gradually increases volume and intensity as a low-pass filter opens up when the sweep draws closer to the...
Introduce a Psychedelic Twist to Your Instruments

Introduce a Psychedelic Twist to Your Instruments

Psychedelic music, also known as Psychedelia, originates from 1960’s rock bands from the U.S.A. and U.K. It created many sub-genres like psychedelic folk, psychedelic rock, acid rock, and psychedelic pop before declining in the early 1980’s. Numerous...
Introduce Clarity to Your Hi-Hats

Introduce Clarity to Your Hi-Hats

Overhead and room recordings are incredibly challenging to mix. Regardless of the gear, room, and drum performance quality, you still need to make many corrections to make your cymbals sound pleasing in the mix. Having this in mind, you can turn for help to many...
The Philosophy of Stereo Widening Techniques

The Philosophy of Stereo Widening Techniques

Stereo widening is an action that basically increases the perceived width of a mix or individual instruments. You can use it on just about any source. However, most professional music producers agree that elements with prominent low-frequency content like kick drums...