Two Quick Tips on Powerful and Spacious Drums and Two Techniques to Add Depth to Guitars in Your Mix
Home recorded drums don’t have to sound like amateur recordings. Those aren’t synonyms.
Even if you record drums in your home studio, you can still drastically change the feel of a space by using artificial reverb, for instance.
So even if your home studio is tiny, your drums don’t have to be. Add a good dose of parallel compression to your drums and you’ll transform them from a small and weak sounding kit into a powerful and spacious drum mix.
That’s what I show you in my Quick Mix Tip video from this week’s live mix stream.
Check it out here:
In addition to getting a great drum sound, this video will also show you two techniques on creating depth in your guitars with delay. If you use a delay as an insert you can create micro-separation in the front to back field, and if you use panned delays on solos you can create a wide and spacious guitar solo sound in no time.
Remember, that if you’re looking to make great drum mixes and produce pro vocals in your home studio, my 30% discount offer and exclusive payment plan for Drum Mix Toolkit and Expert Home Vocals ends tomorrow morning, so make sure you grab it here before you forget.