How To Mix Low End With XENFLEX
Low end theory can take years to get your head around. It can take years to perfect your mixing skills to tighten up the low end of your mixes - the sub bass, the mid range basses, the kick and the snare. This course gives you a detailed look at how to gain control of your low end to ensure your mix has a rock solid foundation.
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I've always been so confused about how to handle the low frequencies in my mix. This course shed a lot of light on the whole topic and I can safely say that my mixes are sounding much cleaner and more powerful since going through this course.
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- RESULTS FROM TAKING THIS COURSE
- BENEFITS FROM THIS COURSE
- ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
- LESSONS & MODULES
➤ EQ all of the elements that sit in the low frequency range of your mix
➤ Make use of multiband compression to tighten up your basses and your sub bass
➤ Discover the newest ways to shape transients in your kicks and snares for extra punch
➤ See a variety of ways to handle ducking and sidechain compression, as well as the best settings to use depending on the style of music you produce.
➤ See not only the mixing stage, but mixing in action as we build an arrangement from the ground up.
➤ You can apply the techniques taught in this course using a different DAW to Ableton, such as Logic Pro, Cubase, FL Studio, Reason, etc.
➤ You’ll still benefit from seeing the workflow to creating a track from the ground up. While you won’t get exactly the same results, you’ll be able to produce a similar sounding bass techno track in your DAW of choice
Xenflex is the founder of BassGorilla. He has been producing music since 1996, starting with an Akai MPC drum machine sampler.
He has released records with Adapted Records, Maxxed Music and Hopscotch Records and his music has had support fromEDM.com, Ni12, The Glitch Shop, and DJ support from Stickybudsand Tantric Decks, among others.
Xenflex has interviewed numerous world famous music producers, who have shared their music production secrets with the BassGorilla community.
Several years ago, Xenflex founded BassGorilla to teach what he has learned through his life as a music producer. He has published close to 1000 tutorial videos, designed and taught various webinar courses and written over 100 articles on music production tips.
Module 1 How To Mix Your Low End
Unit 1 1 - Mixing Kick & Snare
Unit 2 2 - Reese Bass
Unit 3 3 - Improving The Bassline
Unit 4 4 - Sub Bass
Unit 5 5 - EQing Your Mid Bass
Unit 6 6 - Low Cutting Your Mid Bass And Setting Levels
Unit 7 7 - Using Distortion To Add Harmonics
Unit 8 8 - Mid Side EQ
Unit 9 9 - Multiband Compression On Low-Mids
Unit 10 10 - Tuning Your Kick & Setting Levels
Unit 11 11 - Sidechain Compression
Unit 12 12 - Sidechain alternative (BETTER)
Unit 13 13 - Gentle Compression And Reverb
Unit 14 14 - hats and percs