In Point Blank’s latest tutorial Anthony Chapman deconstructs his mix of Debukas’ Shake…
To celebrate Point Blank’s brand new Mixing Dance Music in Ableton course, they’ve got a brand new mixing tutorial series. In it, course tutor Anthony Chapman (Franz Ferdinand, Klaxons, Rudimental) deconstructs his mix of Debukas’ Shake, looking at all the elements and how he processed and mixed them using Ableton Live and its built-in plugs. In this first part, Anthony looks at the drums and the bassline and how he mixed them for a powerful low end that doesn’t clash. Stay tuned for part two on our YouTube channel.
Our Mixing Dance Music in Ableton course looks at going beyond production and into the true engineering and technical aspects of mixing, all within Ableton Live. Everyone knows what a powerful creative tool Ableton can be but it’s less known for its mixing capabilities. With exclusive downloadable racks only available with this course, including our bespoke De-esser, Tap Delay and ADT (Artificial Double Tracking), you will also be provided with at least three complete projects to download – including all stems – as well as many more exciting project examples. We take you through three entire mix processes from start to finish.
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