We’re happy to present the latest addition to our demo portfolio. With the ever-growing popularity of both the deep house sound as well as the tropical house sound, we thought it would be a good idea to combine the both. The result is a track combining lush atmospheres, extremely catchy plucks and warm vocals to really give you that tropical island-vibe. … Read More
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 wondered what they meant with that. Or perhaps you already know but haven’t been able to figure out how to fix it. No worries, we’ve got you covered. In this feature ‘tips & tricks’ we’ll focus on what exactly a … Read More
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 give a sound some movement, make it more interesting, smooth out the sounds a bit (I mean, that’s why your vocals sound so good in the bathroom), or push it towards the back of the mix a little. It’s very … Read More
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 several tracks of audio into a single file”. In general practice the term “mixdown” or “mixing down” is often used as a way to describe the proces of making the most out of your mix. This means volume leveling, sound … Read More
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