MASTERING ENGINEERS ADVICE — BASS

THE SECRET TO MONSTER BASS

advice BASS mastering

THE SECRET TO MONSTER BASS

    So, you've got this bass going on in the track. When you're presenting a track to a mastering engineer, you want to put loads of low-end on, and you want to try and get it tight and do your thing on it. But if there's a low cut going on, it's best to leave that to a mastering engineer who can hear what's going on in the low-end. You want more bass and fewer tops when you're a mastering engineer because you want to be able to craft and shape it.     Think of it like clay: if you...

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