This blog isn’t just another guide for side-chaining though. There’s so much more that can be done to create a balance between these two instruments. Did you know that choosing the right samples, setting the right channel levels, & creating EQ pockets play an even bigger role than side-chaining? Don’t worry though, we still talk about side-chaining though! 😁
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Reference tracks are one of the most beneficial ways to getting a good mix, but there are a few things to consider & set up before using your reference track. We’ll show you the best way to use your reference track, the best types of reference tracks, & how to use them in your session.
Have you ever had to mix a song that only had a two-track beat & the beat stems weren’t available? Chances are there were some limitations when mixing without the stems. Although the best option is to mix with the stems, they’re not always attainable. Luckily, there are some techniques that can be applied to the two-track beat that can really help improve the overall mix!