Studios Mixing and Mastering the LOW END of a track! By Mastering Engineer 5 months ago Listen to the full track: Support me by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/Whiteseastudio Check the studio here: Home Follow me on Twitter @whiteseastudio source Related Posts:Mystery Room Mastering – Low Budget Studio Video TourTips on Top End Mastering EQ – Episode 100High end equalizer shootoutMASTERING A TRACK WITH AT METROPOLIS MASTERING…cassette mastering sample trackTutorial – IZotope Ozone Mastering Secret… Continue Reading Previous Great read by the legendary audio engineer @schmitt.al – truly inspirational #fr…Next Still super sick and feel like death, but gotta get work done no matter what…. 41 thoughts on “Mixing and Mastering the LOW END of a track!” Good stuff, White Sea! Reply It sounds like the vocals are getting drowned out tho Reply Maat klinkt geweldig! Ben geabboneerd : ) Reply And what do you think about sidechaining? Reply this was the best video I have seen out of all the videos I have seen you make. 🙂 Reply love ur channel dude ! very well done explanations n very kind of you to share it so thnx a lot ! Reply i didn't watch the whole video yet. i'm just at the point where we compare his and your mix, and i gotta say even though your mix sounds more professional, wide and clear, his mix has a certain kind of underground vibe. i admit that it makes the mix sound a bit 2dimensional but it just has so much flavour. and i think it has something to do with the density of the highend in his mix. that's pretty cool. Reply nice video… great tip on the high end air for bass… Reply What was your Stam settings? Reply Is a multiband specifically a big deal for gluing low end? Would a regular bus comp not do the same? Reply Do you have a tutorial on mid side processing? Reply Calm TF down.. why everybody in gotta be over the top "hyped up" Jesus.. YouTube is kinda a big "Act" .. but I get it. You have to keep "basic" ppl interested with all the "Extra" shit. Like the long ass intro and then the be logo intro and then another intro before we even begin talking about what we click on the video for lol Reply I will now be adding "air" to my acoustic bass tracks. Thank you for your dedication to innovation. Reply Too much movement in the mid range, vocals are like a whisper. Maybe it is the youtube compression. Reply Once again, you nailed it. Great tutorial, glad I subscribed, I really love the way you approach things, not like, this is the way to do it, but rather, this is how I start, from there on, it’s a gradual slope, and I end up learning a lot by myself, trials and errors, and my mixes sound way better by doing this. Thanks Reply Hello mate I have a question I had to make a change on a mastered track..If I use fruity loops to fix to a part that was loud at the beginning ..and I will render it at fpl daw as wave 16 bit ….the new rendered file will it sound as good as the original ? Please let me know thanks so much!!! Reply I could work on that kind of muzak for about 30 seconds. Reply Why to subscribe again ? Reply You know, I would almost always sidechain the kick, but you haven't here… interesting… Reply SOUNDS AWFUL LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL Reply Im still in the process of tuning my room :/ lol its crucial for me to have accurate bass in my room cause of the genre I am starting to produce. 250 sq ft of rockwool in corners and reflections on all walls isnt enough. Im building carbon activated diagfragmatic absorbers and qrd 11 diffusors for the rear wall. That and a few 703 panels for the cloud, should be good to go! then I test the room to note the balanced bass response and THEN I know my bass and kick is right. Reply Da Rude is in Hospital ? Reply You get better results for this style if you use the Lin Multiband from waves .Start with presets elektromastering .that give you a perfect blend of low bands .The Fab multi is more analytic.. Reply Some times i think i know what i am doing, then i watch this and realise i have no idea. Awesome mix! Thank for the video Reply Hoe krijg je die bassisten zo afgericht dat ze zo nep klinken? Reply Great skills, you have my respect! Also thanks for putting the effort for such great content! Reply bro how'd you get a studio set-up so young? in terms of cost like? Reply You explained your EQ choices wonderfully however would’ve also preferred a similar level of detail on why you set the bands up on Pro MB the way you did. Reply I sooooo wish I could mix one of my songs with you!!! Reply Thank you man, you explained it crystal clear, learned! Reply 7:30 so . reaper your 2nd Daw? Reply cool stuff here,mb gives a nice character to the dynamics of the low end. Reply There reference mix was so scooped and bler that high end, your mixes are always so balanced and punchy. Reply Multiband bass compression changed my life 🙂 I never understood how to add weight properly to a mix until then. Reply Are you also Dutch? Reply when did you switch from protools and why? also, what are your opinion on cubase? (for mixing/mastering) Reply Beautiful especially the end result of how the bass and kick sit better with that simple Compression done in the MB. Reply Nice! Mooi verschil! Reply Hi Dude, I must have watched 25 of your vids now, and I must say I have learnt a lot. It has put me in touch with a weakness in my own mixing and mastering, which is I always want things to be too radical. At the end of this video we hear a track that is very nicely balanced – its sounds professional – you can hear everything, and there are no nasties anywhere. In fact, it is a pleasure to the ears. But I just know I would not have got there because I always want the groove to predominate, everything else takes a back seat. I wind up with "dance mixes" even when I don't want them. You, by contrast, mixed a nice, grooving low end and then were happy to let it find its right place in the overall mix. I am a good deal older than you, but less mature in my approach. Reply starsky en dutch Reply WOW Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.