Mendel Bij De Leij discusses mixing metal bass in this Metal Recording Basics in Cubase video. Mendel looks at techniques for mixing a metal bass, including duplicating the recording in Cubase of the metal bass on different tracks, experimentation with equalisation, filtering, effects and automation in Cubase to get a great heavy metal bass sound which sits well in your metal mix. We hope you find this video entertaining and useful. If you like what you see, please leave a comment and tell us what you think. Thank you. Your Steinberg YouTube Team Check out the trial version of Cubase [More]
►► Download my 8 Step Mixing Checklist and multitrack stems here: http://mixingchecklist.com/ A lot of bass tracks sound bad. I don’t know why, but today I’m gonna help you get a better bass sound fast. Whether you are mixing bass guitar or bass synth these mix moves will help you get a cleaner, fatter, and thicker sounding bass in just 10 minutes. Specifically, I’m going to show you my 4 favorite bass mix moves that you can copy in your DAW with your own stock plugins!
►► Download the 8 Step Mixing Checklist and multitrack stems here: http://mixingchecklist.com/ Bass guitar when mixed well should be both punchy and fat – present and full. It needs to be the foundation of your music but also cut through on small crappy speakers that can’t produce bass to save their life. So what do I reach for when it comes to breathing life into a good or just OK bass sound? Today I’m sharing with you my top 3 bass guitar plugins – the ones that I’ve been using for at least a decade.
Are you a bass player looking to improve your music theory skills but not sure where to start? This video covers all the music theory essentials that you need to become a successful bassist in any style of music. Full article and resources here: http://bit.ly/musictheoryforbass Not on the mailing list yet? Sign up for free at http://bit.ly/FBTnewsletter
In this video tutorial, I will show you some tips and tricks on how to mix the electric bass using Cubase 10.
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►► Create radio-worthy songs from your bedroom. Download my FREE Radio Ready Guide and learn my 6 step process → http://RadioReadyGuide.com So I have this cheap $179 bass guitar that I keep in my studio if I ever need to lay down a quick little bass line. Sometimes it comes out pretty awesome sounding – but sometimes it sounds…well…cheap. Fortunately that can be fixed with plugins 🙂 Today let me show you my exact plugins and settings I’m using to turn this cheap bass into something that sounds HUGE.
The VST bass amp is an emulation which lets you take models of world class bass amplifiers like Greyhound, Paradise, GreenT, Tweed and iTech and mix them with an array of different cabinets to create great-sounding bass for your music production. It includes many options, which can all be changed at any time during the audio production process. You can add pre-effects and post-effects pedals like overdrive, graphic equalizer, Magneto II tape saturation or a funky envelope filter, choose microphone emulations and add room emulation. There is also a master tab which includes EQ, master volume and a tuner. With [More]
I’ll be posting all the mp3s I made at my Patreon: https://patreon.com/signalsmusicstudio A bass line is a great place to start when writing music. It’s too easy to get stuck in a box and forget how versatile a simple boring bass line can be, so in this lesson/demonstration we’ll be experimenting with transforming a single bass line into 5 different genres ofmusic by using different techniques. Special thanks to Roger Reupert for playing the lick for me in this video! The following theory topics are touched upon- Chords of Minor:https://youtu.be/j-j4g0ktPGw Chords of Dorian:https://youtu.be/hyZPcYf1Pe4 Seventh Chords:https://youtu.be/3JizNRwHYNY Sounding like David Gilmour:https://youtu.be/bPzVx3q9UtI A [More]
To celebrate reaching over 1K subscribers this week, and to thank each and every single one of you for your interest in our unorthodox approach to music theory, we’ve worked around the clock the last few days to make you a free songwriting mini-course. It covers how to write and arrange a chord progression, bass melody, drums, and much more (including our magic 16/8 hack). But first… tea! ►Watch this video for the backstory of our 16/8 hack: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POWXv42gDsM ►Free Hack Music Theory Book: https://RevolutionHarmony.com/Books ►Hack Music Theory for Songwriting & Producing PDF: https://RevolutionHarmony.com/Books ►Online Apprenticeship: https://RevolutionHarmony.com/Apprenticeship INTRO: 3:19 The [More]