How To Master: Basic Mixing/Mastering Techniques In FLStudio [TUTORIAL]

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How To Master: Basic Mixing/Mastering Techniques In FLStudio [TUTORIAL]
Here’ s a video where I explain the difference between MIXING and MASTERING, plus illustrate some basic principles of Maximus Plugin in FLStudio 10 and mastering in general to make your tracks knock and loud as shiddd!

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28 thoughts on “How To Master: Basic Mixing/Mastering Techniques In FLStudio [TUTORIAL]”

  1. What does the Release in Maximus actually do? Everyone tells me to lower it
    but no one tells me why or what it does, and I personally cannot hear any
    audio differences when I lower it.

  2. doesn’t it matter that the intro is a lot smaller in the wave file than the
    actual track? I’m working on a house song right now and the break is a lot
    smaller than the drop, which sounds logical, but at most tracks I check out
    the wave file does look more like a sausage. Meaning that it looks more
    equal along the whole song instead of being small at the intro and break
    and being big at the drop. any ideas/tips?

  3. I think,all the tracks must have the same volume.I know its all about music
    style etc,but now you must make more compression-more cut kick,more volume
    for melody and other ….. ????am I right?

  4. You’re not going as in depth on mixing as you should be.. mixing isn’t just
    adjusting volumes…theres WAY more to it than that. Mixing is essentially
    “cleaning” your track by not only adjusting volumes, but taking away
    unnecessary frequencies by EQing, and sidechaining your kicks and such to
    make them stand out more without actually boosting the volume. For example,
    when you EQ an 808, you take out the high ends because an 808 is more meant
    to be a bass kick or just a bass in general. It’s purpose is making more
    headroom in the master channel so that frequencies don’t clash with each
    other (when frequencies clash you get a muddy and messy sounding mix). If
    you only adjust volumes, you’ll still get frequency clashes even if you mix
    everything really low. Also in your mastering, you need to EQ out the
    really low frequencies and really high frequencies (15-25 Hz, and 18+ or
    19+ kHz). You can’t actually hear these freqencies, but you’ll notice on
    big loud speakers that your tracks will have this really low rumble for no
    reason and this barely noticable high drone. And take note…your kick
    should NOT look like that in the premaster…that will make it distort in
    the final no matter how much you compress it.

  5. Mastering can be optional. If you want to play your song at a live concert,
    you can focus more on the bass and the melody to really rattle their bones.
    All you have to do is turn down for what.

  6. you also had wave candy on the master. did u use that also along with
    maximus and the fruity limiter?

  7. Amazing work on this channel. You got skills. Let me know when you upload
    new vids, maybe we can help in some way.

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