Multiband Dynamics (Basic Mastering) – Deeflash’s Ableton Live Devices Tutorials

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Multiband Dynamics (Basic Mastering) – Deeflash’s Ableton Live Devices Tutorials
This week we go over some basic mastering techniques using Multiband Dynamics.

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23 thoughts on “Multiband Dynamics (Basic Mastering) – Deeflash’s Ableton Live Devices Tutorials”

  1. +deeflash What is the point of the input knobs when to boost sound you use
    the output knobs? More compression? Thanks!

  2. this is definitely a NO NO if you send it to a mastering studio, you make
    the track worthless for the mastering people if you add limiter and other
    stuff on the master or in this case the only channel that exist..

  3. Thanks so much! For some reason the multiband dynamic in Ableton looks
    really confusing from the get-go. Thanks for making it simple!

  4. i believe compressing without make-up gain won’t really achieve a good
    loudness. in order to do that i believe you need to boost the input gain of
    each band while compressing its peaks, turning up the output volume after
    the compression has happened is just the same as turning up the volume on
    the limiter that sits after the compressor in the chain.

  5. that song is addictive!!! thanks for the tuto you helped me get the mud out
    of my guitar tone

  6. i have a question! is it better to apply multiband to the whole track at
    the end, or is it okay to use just on individual things, like a snare, a
    kick. i find ive been just using it on things that sound kind of weak
    dynamically! also, after i have all my tracks recordrd, how do i bounce
    them to one master track? so 2 questions lol. on the first question tho im
    just wondering how you usually like to use it.

  7. tip. use 2 multibands in a rack. split the sound into 4 sections by
    assigning solo to low, low-mid, high mid, and high. and then add a utility
    plugin, mono out the low end below around 60hz. then add a compressor. then
    sidechain only the low. and adjust all other bands to taste. i even add a
    stereo enhancer to just the highs. just gives u more control. u can even
    add a seperate eq to each band for even more control. especially with dance
    music. i think thats the best tip i can explain it off top of my head. 🙂
    i should make this effect rack for u guys lol. anyway try it and enjoy.

  8. My question is this: is there even much compression going on in the mid and
    high bands? The reason I ask is because the threshold on those bands seems
    too high to really have much of an effect on the mid’s and highs. I may be
    misunderstanding the plug-in but it seems like you would probably want to
    set the bottom of the blue squares (that you can move) to meet with
    somewhere at the top (or just above) of the orange part of the volume
    meters (of each band) so it compresses those yellow lined peaks.

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