Fanu - get your sub bass right!

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  1. Vanden

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  2. saganspirit

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    Very informative - thanks very much.
     
  3. sam the dnb man

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    Also if you're using distortion etc, make sure you hi pass your sub to cut out all the mud below 30ish hz
     
  4. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    What's an up vote? Like a necrobump! Right? Word is upwards. Maybe I need an explanation of reddit, I'll go ask on waffle.

    As for the tech talk by fanu he is on point as always
     
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    Great thanks for sharing
     
  6. fanu

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    Thanks for posting this, Vanden.

    I actually just added on the blog post pics of good and bad examples in terms of how it should look after high passing your song (bad meaning it's been high passed too high/steep and it'll sound really thin).

    Looking good (sounds good): http://fanumusic.com/misc/goodHP.png
    Looking bad (sounds thin and hollow): http://fanumusic.com/misc/badHP.png
     
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