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There is no reason to settle for lackluster kick drum sounds on your home recording. This article explores some great mix recipes for equalizing and compressing your kick drum tracks. While every kick drum has an individual sound there are some general guidelines you can follow to get a great start in shaping your drum’s sound. Start by trying a few of these eq and compressor settings and tweak them in to suit your specific starting drum sound and desired results. Mix Recipes: Kick Drum EQ and compression
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Step 1: We’ll start with a kick drum from Spectrasonics Stylus RMX’s vast array of individual hits. It’s chosen because it offers a good, round bass end without being boomy, but also because it’s got a hi-hat ‘glued’ into it too, giving it a full frequency range. We take no chances with the bottom end, using a high-pass filter to remove everything below 30Hz. We compress it, to give the sound extra welly. How to make a hip-hop beat
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