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Old 01-14-2017, 08:29 PM   #1
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Tutorial: Clean Up your Mix by Sidechaining Dynamic EQ!

Hey guys, made a new tutorial on how you can resolve frequency confict between two competing instruments by using a Dynamic EQ:

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Re: Tutorial: Clean Up your Mix by Sidechaining Dynamic EQ!

Good stuff. I assume I can do this with FL as well. What made you find this solution?
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Good stuff. I assume I can do this with FL as well. What made you find this solution?
I started using Dynamic EQs a few years ago and discovered it a bit by accident :-P

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Re: Tutorial: Clean Up your Mix by Sidechaining Dynamic EQ!

I did get a few questions from people asking me how to sidechain an external plugin in Ableton, so I made a quick video demonstrating how to do that:


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Good stuff. I assume I can do this with FL as well. What made you find this solution?
para eq 2 get the band you want and set it up to a peak controller
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Thx a lot tutorial very usefull
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Re: Tutorial: Clean Up your Mix by Sidechaining Dynamic EQ!

I actually didn't know you could do that with TDR Nova. I use that all the time, and never looked into the SC option. Good stuff!

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Re: Tutorial: Clean Up your Mix by Sidechaining Dynamic EQ!

So what if you have a kick sidechained into a bassline, but you then add an 808 sub bass. Would you want to sidechain the kick to both channels of basslines? And is there a way to do this so that the sidechained kick won't trigger gross beats playback of the drums?
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Re: Tutorial: Clean Up your Mix by Sidechaining Dynamic EQ!

Great tutorial...and the TDR Nova is a great DynEQ!!!

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