EDM From Start To Finish S5 Ep5

Published by Tiago Duarte on

Hi, in this video, I continue the series EDM From Start To Finish S5 – Ep5. I start this video by checking what we have so far. At this point, I have a cool mix already and I go ahead and add reverb to the full mix. After that, I want to add some sweetening to the instruments by adding a delay, reverb and imager to add a nice wide support to the instruments. I think the volume of the instruments are a little bit low so I add a new auxiliary track, add all the instruments to that auxiliary track and then I adjust the volume. I then export all the tracks and master the track on FL Studio. After I master the track, I show you the before and after and you will see or hear the big difference. This track was very fun to produce and I really enjoy it. Let me know what you think in the comments.

I hope you learn something today and great productions my friend

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Episode 5 (current project)
Episode 4
Episode 3
Episode 2
Episode 1

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