Mixing A Nice Techno Track in Pro Tools

Published by Tiago Duarte on

Hi, in this video I show you what I did when mixing a Nice Techno Track in Pro Tools. I start the tutorial by showing you the before and after of my mix and you will see the difference of what very chirurgical equalization can do to improve a track. Before this is a Techno track, I focus on making sure that the drums (specially the kick) and the basses work really well together. If a dance Techno track does not have a good kick and bass, it’s not a Techno track 😀 After that, I show you what I did for the choirs and I finish the video with a focus on the peak level of the master to guarantee that my mix is doing a good job of keeping the same peak level and making it sound better. Hope you enjoy this one.

Have a nice weekend and great productions

A NICE TECHNO TRACK TUTORIALS

– A Nice Techno Track (Mixing in Pro Tools – this tutorial)
A Nice Techno Track (Continuation)
A Nice Techno Track (Making the beat)

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