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Old 2013-01-20, 01:21
dbragz dbragz is offline
 
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There are a few ways that you can go about it, but it depends on the sounds you are using. If you are just using one kick sample, for example, you can use parallel compression. Put the sound on 2 (even 3 channels). The main one, bring out the lower frequencies, on another one, bring out the mid to highs (filter out the extreme lows) and you can even try a 3rd channel and squash it with compression then blend all channels to taste. What I like to do is usually stack different kicks with different characters (one for the lows, another one for a tight mid range sound, etc. And remember, too much compression will make drums sound small.
 

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