Mixing & Mastering Dance Music Part 8 – Equalization, Solving Frequency Conflict & Achieving Balance

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Mixing & Mastering Dance Music Part 8 – Equalization, Solving Frequency Conflict & Achieving Balance
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21 thoughts on “Mixing & Mastering Dance Music Part 8 – Equalization, Solving Frequency Conflict & Achieving Balance”

  1. Sadowick is it a good idea to cut and boost different octaves of the
    fundamental frequency?

  2. I noticed you don’t go over sub bass frequencies. How do you go about
    mixing in the sub with the kick/bass?

  3. thanks. I’ve looked more into it. Also I’ve just started using white noise.
    How does it work in the frequency spectrum, like how does one mix it in/EQ
    it since it has no peaks/fundamentals/harmonics? should I filter it so its
    more present in the higher end?

  4. Great videos. THANK YOU for making these 🙂 btw the fourth riff you show a
    14:09 sounds fucking badass, I love it, I listen to it too much and miss
    what you’re talking about during that part, sounds like a sci-fi cosmic
    future adventure or something! Is it yours or is there a song like that?

  5. Very nice detail of equalizing. I noticed how in the video you are only
    EQ’ing two things that are pretty close in the frequency spectrum
    (kick+bass, lead sounds etc). When it comes to mixing say 8 instruments in
    all different sections of the spectrum (drums+lead sounds and whatever
    else) Do you do the same thing here in order to balance them? I usually get
    a good kick and bass and EQ them, but when I go to EQ my lead trying to fit
    with the kick and bass, it doesn’t always work out?

  6. This training video is good!! If you will lookup Beat Generals through
    youTube they have far more elaborate info about making beats though.

  7. lol vengeance sample packs. I used the melody in the last example in one of
    my songs. Great tut man
    -$hice Productions

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