So you have had a hard ol’ slog to get your productions and mix tight as possible but for some reason maybe you’re tracks just don’t stand up to the competition, maybe it is just a case of some mastering to put the final touches on you’re master piece.
If your trying to inject a sense of pace to your tracks adding in some shuffling hi hats, tambourines or shakers could be the way to go. There are many ways to achieve this but in this tutorial we are going to be using a delay unit to achieve this and specifically Ableton Live’s filter delay which give you the ability to have 3 delay channels.
An EQ splitter is a very very useful tool which can allow you to split your frequency bands and add individual processing to each of these bands. In this blog post we are going be looking at how to set this up in Ableton Live 10 using the audio racks.
Whether you’ve been naughty or nice this year it really doesn’t matter, (who are we to judge, that’s Santa’s job). What does matter is that you’ve helped to make 2017 a great year for Mind Flux and, for that, we’re eternally grateful.
King of the Mind Flux Nerds, Michael Penman, has teamed up with the hugely talented KMS Records regular, Killed Kassette, to bring you ‘Questionable Nature’ - the Tech-House/Dub infusion that is sure to take you on a transcendental journey into the deepest realms of your own mind.
‘Deep Underground Tech House’ delves into the deep and dark of underground House and Techno, giving you, the producer, the all-important elements to construct your own underground monsters, the likes of which are being heard in warehouses and dark basements across the globe.