Acoustic and electric instruments have a constantly changing timbre and frequency response as they’re plucked, hit, strummed and bowed. Introducing them into electronic tracks can keep things varied across the arrangement, as well as adding a real-world feel to an otherwise loop-based track. However, getting instruments to sit alongside sampled and electronic sounds can be tough. PB instructor Anthony Chapman is here to show you how in today’s FFL.
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PB instructor Anthony Chapman (Klaxons, Franz Ferdinand) shows you how to mix electric bass in this week’s FFL!
If you want to learn more about mixing, sound engineering and even mastering, our Ableton Live diploma course covers all this and more. Taken up to 64 weeks and from anywhere in the world, it’s the perfect course for someone looking to take their music production to the next level. It’s also the most interactive online music production course in the world – find out more here.
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