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MKS - Kick (Hierbas Mix)

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  1. Route the kick into the compressor’s sidechain input. Set the attack to fast and release to medium. Pull the threshold down until the compressor triggers when the kick hits. Adjust the ratio, threshold, and makeup gain in tandem until you can hear the kick clearly. Adjust the release so the bass recovers transparently after each kick hit.
  2. Nov 02,  · Tuning A kick that has no relation to the key of a track can work well if it has the right attitude and characteristics. However, a kick that is tuned with the key of the track will on most occasions groove with the music and sit better in the mix. Find the root note of your track and match the key of the kick to this note.
  3. Honestly a sine wave with a tiny bit of tube distortion is an excellent sub, then i just layer a thumpy kick and sidechain it. The mix will sound muddy if the other elements in your track are interfering with the mix the leads and other elements.
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  5. Oct 02,  · “The Kick is one of the most critical elements in your mix, in all genres, from Hip-Hop, Pop, Rock/Country to Progressive Metal, and of course in all types of EDM.” “Mixing is 80% preparation, and 20% inspiration.”.
  6. A lot of people think that a louder kick is better but that’s not true. You want to listen to what the compressor is doing to your kick, not simply crank up the volume. If the kick is to be a focal point (like it is in most electronica) you want it to sit around -3 dB to -5 dB. Remember that each kick is unique as well as the mix that it is.
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  8. Click works in conjunction with smack to help bring a kick drum through a dense mix. This is the sound of the beater actually hitting the drum head. You can find the click up around the kHz range. A peaking band works well on the click (Q around ) but a high shelf can be used to enhance the bleed of the snare wires in the kick drum mic.

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