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Free Secret Weapon to Make Your Snare Cut Through the Mix

I’ve got a gift for you today!

If you want to get powerful and punchy drums, you have to have a snare sound that cuts through the mix.

And if your drums sound like shitty home recordings, that’s never going to happen.

Luckily for you, Jordan Valeriote of Hardcore Music Studio is giving away his special snare sample that he’s used on some of his most famous mixes.

Click here to download his “Secret Weapon Snare Sample.”

Now you can add it to your own drum mixing arsenal of techniques to use when you’re wanting more impact and power from your snare drum.

And if you’re wondering how to add a snare sample to your mixes using sample replacement – don’t worry, Jordan will show you how to do that too.

Grab it here and you’ll never be accused of your snare sounding like shit ever again!




Jordan will be joining me for a special Q&A Happy Hour next Thursday, September 24th at 4:30 PM PT so make sure you mark your calendars and bring your questions about mixing!

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At Audio Issues you’ll learn simple and practical audio production tips you can use right away to improve your music from your home recording studio.  Björgvin is the best-selling author of Step By Step Mixing and the founder of Audio Issues. He helps musicians and producers turn amateur demos into professionally produced records they can be proud to release.

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