You should always trust your ears when you check your kick and bass level. However a visual tool can help you get another perspective on what is happening in the low end.
A tight kick drum sound can really help the low end of your mix. One way to achieve this is using LFO tool by Xfer Records.
Here is a really quick Multiband Compression tip for mixing guitars that can help your recorded guitars sit better in a mix. When a track is made up of more VST synths and less organic instruments it can be challenging to make a raw guitar part sit well in the sonic space.
With 80s and 90s influences appearing more and more in music, here’s a quick tip to help you get that big 80s snare drum sound in your productions. In this lesson we are going to look at a more modern version of the big 80s snare.
The Low End or Sub Bass region of your recodings is critical to getting a professional mix. It’s therefore important you’re able to quickly check the low end of your mix in your DAW.