Trance Tutorial Day 7: Mixing & Mastering A Trance Song [7 Day Song]

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Trance Tutorial Day 7: Mixing & Mastering A Trance Song [7 Day Song]
– head over to my website to see the text version of the tutorial, grab some samples and check out my other blogs and tutorials!

Today, Ill explain mixing and mastering for Trance Music, then Ill play the full, finished version of the song for you to listen to!

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7 thoughts on “Trance Tutorial Day 7: Mixing & Mastering A Trance Song [7 Day Song]”

  1. @djsupernova56477 It is indeed possible to do mastering in FL studio!
    Mastering is the last stage of music production, adjusting the track to
    ensure it will sound good on a range of speaker systems. If you are
    producing an album, mastering is also the stage where you fix the tracks so
    that the dynamics over the course of the album are correct. In electronic
    dance music, this usually means making them all as loud as you can! The
    main tools to use are EQ, compression and limiting.

  2. Just as a suggestion, if you are having troubles getting you kick to be
    more prominent add a Mclass Maximizer in with the compressor and equalizer
    and play with it till you have the sound you want 

  3. This video is really quality… However, if you’ll search Beat Generals on
    youtube they have other descriptive details on this though. 

  4. love the sounds reason has, although everthing seems pretty easy to do in
    reason, but the problem for me is it seems to crackle when i turn it up and
    play through my amp, is this to do with the eq or compresser? good do with
    a few tips lol,

  5. Awesome series Dave, But one problem you forgot to limit the bass pad
    frequencies to 80hz so the kick of the beat of the track can hit harder,
    instead of being mudded by the bass. Love your new videos tuts and
    techniques, keep up the amazing work dave.
    -Cheers from NM

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