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Get that perfect kick & bass glue! – Tip 25

Hey guys! Sorry for the lack of updates and tips & tricks the last few months. While 2020 has already…


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Essential Music Business Information! – Tip 24

This time it’s a bit of a different ‘Tips & Tricks‘ blog than usual. Instead of the typical production tips,…


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Free plugins – 2021 edition! – Tip 23

Happy New Year everyone! May 2021 be a year full of positive vibes. Hope you’re all ready for a new…


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Tip 22 – How to bring ‘Life & Movement’ into your tracks.

Hey guys (& girls), This time I want to talk a bit about how to put some ‘life’ and ‘movement’…


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Tip 21 – Imitate, Assimilate, Innovate – How to get that ‘professional sound’

Imitate, Assimilate, Innovate. Hey guys, This time our tips & tricks post is about getting your tracks to sound as…


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Tip 20 – Clean & Controlled Sub Bass

Clean & Controlled Sub Bass Not a very long tips & tricks post this time, as I want to talk…


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Tip 19 – Mix-down priorities

Mix-down priorities A few blogs ago I wrote about how mixer buss routing would make it easier for you to…


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Tip 18 – Transient Shaping & Designing

Transient Shaping In order to dive deeper into the specifics of transient shaping, it’s important to first define what a…


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Tip 17 – Louder is Better? – Perceived loudness

Louder is better? Many of you will have heard of the ‘loudness war’. A typical name for the fact music…


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Tip 16 – Mixer Buss Routing for better mix-downs!

Buss Routing Mixer Buss Routing: Both for workflow purposes as for the benefit of your mixdown, it’s often best to…


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Tip 15 – Networking – Getting your tracks out there!

So, You’re an artist. You’ve got a good backstory and you have some really good tracks as well. But getting…


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Tip 14 – Boost your Creativity!

Hey guys, Back for another production tip this week. This time it’s not about a special production technique or science…


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Tip 13 – Reverb – how to get that real sound

Yes, we’re gonna talk about Reverb. Ever since the introduction of digital music recording and processing, the audio community has…


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Tip 12 – Why do your mixes sound ‘Muddy’ and Soft?

You might have heard people speak about the term ‘muddy’ when it comes to your mix downs. And possibly you’ve…


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Tip 11 – Sidechaining your Reverb / Delay

So, you probably use a form of delay or reverb in every single track right? It’s a great way to…


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Tip 10 – Mixing in Mono

Now since we’ve had a few tips about stereo imaging so far, and all the focus nowadays seems to be…


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Tip 09 – Stereo Imaging – Part 2

So, part two about Stereo Imaging. There are several ways to make sounds wide, but they all work in a…


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Tip 08 – All About Compression!

Hey guys, Here’s my new production tip for this time. I’ve always had tons of questions on compression. Compression can…


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Tip 07 – Watermarking Your Tracks in FL Studio!

Audio Watermarking your tracks in FL Studio (or other DAWs) So, we all know the hassle. When sending out your…


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Tip 06 – Referencing Your Tracks!

What’s happening in my lows? What’s happening in the lows of that commercially released and great sounding track? And what’s…


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Tip 05 – Turn your ideas into reality

When starting out with production it can be hard to translate the ideas you have in your head into real…


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Tip 04 – Freeware plugins galore!

Hey guys, This time I want to keep it simple and just make a list of some of my favourite…


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Tip 03 – EQ’ing the high frequencies

It’s not all about that bass! Everyone who has been producing for some time has read it somewhere: Get rid of…


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Tip 02 – Mixing Down in 3D – The Box

A mixdown can be something very abstract when you’re starting out with your productions. The pure theoretical definition is “to combine…


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Tip 01 – Stereo Imaging

For this first production tip we’ll focus on the stereo image. More specifically; how to get a wide lead sound…



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