Techno From Start To Finish S2 Ep6 – Mixing Part 2

Published by Tiago Duarte on

Hi, in this video, I continue the Techno From Start To Finish S2. I start this tutorial by listening to the track to have a feel for what I have done so far in part 1 of the mixing tutorials. I then start by mixing the rest of the synths that compose the track one by one. For every synth, I check for frequencies that I don’t like and frequencies that I like so that I can either cut or boost them accordingly. When I find a frequency that I think adds something interesting to the track, I try to boost that frequency. It’s all about feeling. If the frequency that I am boosting makes me feel good and I can hear the sound better then I need to boost it. In the next video, I am going to master this track so stay tuned for that.

I hope you learn something today and great productions my friend

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