Posts Tagged ‘sidechaining’

A gated reverb is a technique to create thick snares, without cluttering your sound negatively with a long reverb tail. This sound was made very popular in the 80’s. I guess, we all remember this classic track from Phil Collins, a perfect example for gated reverb in music production. Over the years, this sound has […]

Hi guys, it’s Andre. It’s now my 42nd week at the Benztown studios, so it’s the 42nd issue of my production diary, where I share all the things I learned every week. Finding the right drums can be a freaking pain. Sometimes there are days, I skip through my whole drum sample library and I […]

He recently won the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs voting. He’s on tour all over the world in the biggest clubs. Every track he works on, becomes a worldwide chart hit. He’s the most popular and successful DJ/Producer in Pop and Electronic Music at the moment. You know who I am talking about ….who’s that […]

Hi guys, it’s Andre. It’s now the 40th episode of my Production Diary. Since 40 weeks I’m learning everything about radio imaging and production from Andy, Oli, Fabi, the rest of the Benztown crew and our several guest authors of our blog. Most DAWs have built in Noise Gates or just Gates. A Gate controls […]