Mixing drums and bass


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Mixing drums and bass

The first step that I like to take when I sit down and construct to final mix is to mute all of the channels. Then I will highlight the eight bar section that contains the most amount of instrumentation. I unmute the kick drum, and I'll also unmute the kick trigger that will trigger the compressors because as I bring the bass in, the secondary bass sound, it is side chained by the kick drum. So let's listen to the kick drum by itself. (Music playing) It's a nice healthy kick sound. I don't feel the need to add any additional EQ.

My EQ setting on my mastering channel strip is taking care of some additional low-end boosting and I'll show you right there 2db at 61 Hertz to really pull a little bit extra low-end out. The next step is to bring the bass in, the main bass part. (Music playing) You'll notice I have two plug-ins on the bass, one is an EQ, and I'm rolling off the low end because I don't want any sub bass frequencies to fight with the low-end frequencies ...

Mixing drums and bass
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Mixing drums and bass provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing a Song in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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