Production Quick Tip of the Week #27
People are big on loudness when it comes to finalizing their music before distribution. It's all the rage; have you heard?
Usually, the go-to is to crank the gain on the limiter/maximizer or the volume knob.
Another way is to change the "perceived loudness." Adding some saturation will make the overall track sound louder than it is.
Plus, you will add some extra excitement to your mix by adding punch to the low end, crispiness to the top end, and drive to the lead vocals or instruments.
You will want to be subtle with this added distortion though. Going too crazy with it will cause issues for clipping, harshness, & over distortion. 10-20% of distortion is usually ideal.
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