An Alternative Way to Tune Your Drum Sounds

An Alternative Way to Tune Your Drum Sounds

Pitch shifting is a relevant tool when processing drum sounds. Electronic musicians frequently argue drum samples sound better when pitched down. This is generally done using the sampler’s or DAW’s built-in pitch control, but it can also be accomplished...
Make Your Track Louder by Using Multiple Limiters

Make Your Track Louder by Using Multiple Limiters

Limiters are employed mostly for a single purpose: to limit the output of a signal in a way that prevents undesirable distortion and excessive peaks while, when used correctly, preserving the overall balance and color of a mix. This reduces the dynamic range of a...
Use a Sonic Enhancer to Master Your Track

Use a Sonic Enhancer to Master Your Track

We’ve had sonic enhancer plugins around for quite some time. They’re able to extract that certain magic from particular frequencies that are difficult to tune in with simple EQs and compressors. Sonic enhancers are particularly effective in the high and...
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...