Your Guide To Frequency Ranges

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  1. Mass

    Mass B.D.S

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    This pdf document is a guide to frequency ranges. It covers frequency ranges for kick drum, snare, hi hat / cymbols, bass, vocals, piano, electric guitar, strings & acoustic guitar. The guide shows you where you can boost / cut at certain frequencies to add snap to your snares, remove muddiness from bass, add clarity to your hats etc.. Well worth downloading if you are serious about creating professionally produced samples.

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    Trust me this is really REALLY useful. and its laid out nice as well.

    http://www.drumnbassproduction.com/ccount/click.php?id=37

    found on http://www.drumnbassproduction.com
     
  2. Junglist_007

    Junglist_007 learning difficulties

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    Nice one i probly wont understand it. But its worth a D/L and have for a guide.
     
  3. GiDriK

    GiDriK Lost in jungle

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    Tho i have it all memorised already, but thank you for postin anyways!