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Old 2012-08-28, 21:00
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I disagree. You should always use side chain compression on kick drums and bass. Without it you'll never be able to make your music sound like everyone else's. That's what we're all going for isn't it? Just as every track needs at least one instance of a pitched sweep and at least one snare roll leading up to a cheesy house organ, if you try to make a piece of music without sidechain compression somebody will come a long and tell you it's missing.
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