Reverse Reverb Technique

Reverse reverb technique

#AudiotentTip 014. Reverb technique to effectively introduce sounds: Isolate the first part of your loop/vocal/synth shot, apply a fairly long reverb to it and bounce to audio. Now, reverse the … Read More

Layering Techniques

Layering techniques

#AudiotentTip 013. Three things to think about when layering: • Layer sounds that are different in frequency spectrum. • Select sounds that have different amp envelopes. • Choose sounds of … Read More

Dynamic EQ Sidechain Technique

Dynamic Eq Sidechain Technique

#AudiotentTip 012. Use dynamic eq to side-chain a specific frequency area. E.g. select kick drum as a source, add a dynamic eq on the bass and only attenuate sub frequencies, … Read More

Emphasise your drop

Emphasise your drop

#AudiotentTip 011. Here are a few ways to emphasise the impact of the drop: • Automate a high pass filter to remove the low frequency energy right before the drop. … Read More

Creative Panning Techniques

Creative panning

Get creative with your panning, here are three techniques we use: • Automate to increase your pan amount and rate over time. This works particularly well for riser and fall … Read More

Layering Snares

Layering snares

#‎AudiotentTip‬ 009. How do you make your snare sit in the mix? We like to layer organic sounds on top of synthetic sounds. e.g. adding a one shot shaker to … Read More

Using Tilt EQ

Tilt eq

#AudiotentTip 008. Tilt EQ’s simultaneously boost one end of the frequency spectrum while attenuating the other. Use them to quickly brighten or darken your tracks.

Tempo synced reverb pre delay

Reverb pre delay

#AudiotentTip 007. Add a delay before the reverb on your send channel. Set the delay’s dry/wet signal to 100% wet and feedback to 0. This allows you to have a … Read More

Tight Punchy Bass

Tight punchy bass

#AudiotentTip 005. When designing a tight, punchy bass preset, make sure you reset the phase of the oscillator.