In this session I show you how I mix my aggressive metal guitar tone with a fairly low amout of plugins. The focus is not on the "HOW" but on the "WHY" I make certain decisions. I talk less about the settings of the plugins but more why they make sense the way they are set up. Furthermore I show you how "thin" guitars should actually sound like in a metal mix in order to make them transparent. Guitar players don't like the truth: Guitars do not make a song sounding "fat"... but bass actually does ;)
In this session I show you how I mix my growling bass tone. The focus is not on the "HOW" but on the "WHY" I make certain decisions. I talk less about the settings of the plugins but more why they make sense the way they are set up and how I came up with the idea of the entire effect chain. Especially the "commiting approach" is a very useful and versatile tool in order to get the tone that you want. Enjoy!
In this session I show you my entire mixing workflow from start to finish. The main focus is on WHY and WHEN I do certain things. The HOW - applying a compressor to a track for example - is easy to understand but most hobby audio engineers lack the detailed explanation when to apply certain plugins on the mix and why it makes sense this way. This is an in-depth tour about my approach to a raw metal mix but that does not mean it won't work on various other genres as well. Enjoy!
Usually I present myself as a metal drummer. But after a horrific motocycle crash in June 2016 I am still busy re-learning some of my foot techniques with the right (injured) foot. It looks so easy in the video, but it isn't for me at the moment. I just cannot stop making music. So basically I was forced to reveal my second most loved music genre: Funk! Drummers love grooves and Funk lives from it. Enjoy!