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Barefoot Footprint 01

When most audio professionals (artists, producers, engineers, mixers) hear the name Barefoot they associate it with unaffordable speakers that they would only dream of owning or using at a big studio. The reality is that most of us are in our home/project studios that can’t facilitate these monitors… Cue the Barefoot Footprint01 model from the

By |2020-06-23T20:40:17+00:00May 12th, 2018|Categories: Gear Reviews, Reviews|Tags: , , , , , , |3 Comments

How to Approach Drum Layering

  In modern music production, drum layering can be highly beneficial for poorly recorded drums in the home-studio or just as an enhancement for top quality recordings from a high-end project. Benefits include: • Full control and manipulation over the end result • Sculpting truly unique and original sounds • Bringing greater depth, width, and

How to Get the Right Snare Sound

  In any genre, the snare drum is almost always one of the most dominant sounds in the mix. Changing the snare drum sound can change the entire feel of a song, whether it be rock, country, pop, metal, etc. I’m going to go through some techniques that I use to make the snare sound

How to properly mix your drums

  Mixing drums can be seen as a very difficult task but it isn't.  The key here is to see the drums as one instrument that has multiple microphones that give us different perspectives on it.  So, keep in mind that your kick sound, snare sound, toms sound are not 100% isolated from each other

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