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Sixty Pounds Dont Get You High (12 Mix) - Soundclash Republic* - Sixty Pounds Dont Get You High (Vinyl)


  1. Sounds By Pounds is on Mixcloud. Listen for free to their radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts.
  2. May 30,  · If the notes are long and sustained, you don’t want a fast release time – this will cause noticeable pumping. Tip 2 – Compress the Kick and Bass Together. This is an old trick for making the kick and bass sound tighter and more unified. Don’t be too aggressive here, as it’s difficult to get the attack and release times right.
  3. Dec 19,  · Find all 29 songs in Seven Pounds Soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. tunefind.
  4. So, ok, let’s get to it five tips for getting huge sounding drums. 1. Embrace The Space. When it comes to tracking vocals, give me a properly designed iso any day of the week — or a really balanced live room and some gobos. Guitars, I can get away with a closet and an SM Piano, we can go under the hood. But drums — I need space.
  5. 5. Mix (and Master) Dynamically. Don't overcompress and squash your tracks for no reason. There are artistic reasons to have loud components or sections of a mix, but don't do it for everything. If you smash your mixes so that everything is equally loud, then it'll sound completely lifeless.
  6. Getting a rough mix going is your first step towards getting pro sounding mixes. Once you've got all your tracks balanced together with levels, EQ, compression, and space, you're already 80% there. So here's the step by step process to get you a rough mix that will get you 80% of the way to a finished one.
  7. Soundclash Republic* Sixty Pounds Don't Get You High (Borzacco Mix) Soundclash Republic* - Sixty Pounds Don't Get You High ‎ (12", Promo).
  8. When mixing your song, you’ll sometimes want to expand the depth and feel of a track or the overall mix. There are certainly ways to do this and so we thought we’d share some common tips and tricks for making your mix sound bigger. EQ Up Lows and Highs.

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