Equalizing and Sounds

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Equalizing and Sounds

Post by Plasma Force » Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:41 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyJiKuIJ ... ature=plcp


Kicks, Basslines, FX, Leads, Drums... there are a lot of things to keep tabs on in Psytrance.

I thought I'd share another video, this is not exactly a tutorial but you may get some ideas from it.

Doubling up channels can make things a bit more flexible (if a bit more CPU intensive)
Seperating the Two main Frequency Ranges Low and High End or Sound Spectrums, Using EQ to cut out frequencies from certain areas to make room for others, kinda like Kicks vs Bass.

Using two Channels can open this up to something you may have not thought before.

Have a look if your a bit new or if your struggling a bit

And enjoy the sounds

BoOOM

Peace Psy Family

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