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Keep It Up (Fat & Rigid Mix) - P.O.S. (Pioneers Of Sound)* - Keep It Up (Vinyl)

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8 thoughts on “ Keep It Up (Fat & Rigid Mix) - P.O.S. (Pioneers Of Sound)* - Keep It Up (Vinyl) ”

  1. Voodoomi says:
    This all helps to keep the sounds clean and out of each others way so they can sound their best. It helps them all sound and fit nicely together in the mix as you don't tend to have too many overlapping frequencies causing issues. Eq-ing sweeping to find 'sweet spots' can also bring out the character of a sound.
  2. Nikor says:
    You might be soloing the kick drum and trying to get it to sound good and once it sounds amazing you can’t figure out why it doesn’t work with the rest of the mix. And usually the kick clashes with the bass guitar. There’s a 2-part reason for this: You need to mix in the context of the instruments, not in solo.
  3. Vudozshura says:
    Disco is a genre of dance music and a subculture that emerged in the s from the United States’ urban nightlife scene. Its sound is typified by four-on-the-floor beats, syncopated basslines, string sections, horns, electric piano, synthesizers, and electric rhythm guitars.
  4. Vudoran says:
    But for the most part, you gotta make room. I typically hi-pass guitars anywhere from Hz, sometimes up to even Hz. Vocals usually start around Hz up, keys Hz and up, etc. Clear out that low end for the kick. Sometimes, mixers will hi-pass the kick drum up higher and let the bass guitar or bass synth sit way down low.
  5. Daimuro says:
    Basically if I do less, the frequencies clash and it gets muddy, but if I do more the track ends up sounding a little dead (as in the one I posted). I didn't intend for it to sound darker or more mellow, simply for all the constituent parts to stand out and the track as a whole to sound crisper. – nobosity Dec 11 '14 at
  6. Gozshura says:
    – P.O.S. (Pioneers Of Sound)* Keep It Up (Fat And Rigid Mix Recorded At BK's) 7 – Bismark: Double Pleasure (Big Deep Ambient Mix) 8 – Cappella: Be My Baby (Bismark Mix) Remix – Bismark: 9 – Mauro Picotto: Magic Flight (RAF Zone Mix) Remix – RAF* 10 – Saccoman: A Piece Of Trance: 11 – Saccoman /5(2).
  7. Dutilar says:
    The whole point is that you mix into it and make adjustments to your mix in light of the compressor's tonal impact — so start by getting a rough static mix balance together with, say, drums, bass and key elements like vocals and guitars, then strap your compressor across the mix .
  8. Meztilrajas says:
    Aug 04,  · They sound so flat and distant. In my headphones and monitors it sounds as good as I can possibly get it with the tools I have but it never ends up sounding quite enough up front and wide. Like most people, I compose and mix in the box which I love compositionally, but hate from a .

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