6+ Ways to Add Bass to Your Music

add basss to your music

This is about basslines, not (necessarily) the frequency range. The bassline is the harmonic foundation of a track. A solid mix often needs a solid bassline. So how do you get there? How do you stop your basslines from sounding weak or flabby? Here are some techniques to consider: 1. EQ This is the big […]

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How to Use a De Esser: Everything you Wanted to Know About De-essing But Were Afraid to Ask

How to Use a De-Esser

Simply, de-essing is a process for reducing the level of sibilance in a vocal recording. What is sibilance? Sibilance is characterized by ‘sss’ and ‘ts’ sounds (and, to a lesser extent, ‘t’ and ‘k’ and ‘z’ sounds) in the English language. Unlike vowels, sibilant sounds have a relatively low (in volume) pitched component and a […]

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Yamaha Gigmaker Deluxe Acoustic Guitar Package Review

Yamaha Gigmaker Deluxe Acoustic Guitar

Start playing your favourite song in one of the popular acoustic guitars in the market. Try Yamaha gigmaker deluxe package and you will absolutely learn all the basics of guitars. It includes a Yamaha FD01S and other necessary accessories that you will need during your learning process. FD01S of Yamaha is a great acoustic guitar for starters. It features a spruce top […]

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Analog Synthesis in a Digital World

Analog Synthesis in a Digital World

There’s no question that we live in Digital Age. Not only have computers played a central role in our everyday lives, but they have also become an important part of making music. I still remember the early days of computer-based music production, which was still in its infancy a little less than twenty years ago. […]

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