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Studio One 303 - Mixing Big Room.
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  • 1

    How do you know if your bass frequencies are loud enough?

  • 2

    Why is the bx_XL V2 so unique?

  • 3

    How do you lower the audio event volume?

  • 4

    Using a Mastering EQ affects all of the instruments in the mix. True or false?

  • 5

    In big room music what are the two most important elements?

  • 6

    What are Folder Tracks used for?

  • 7

    You should never low cut your kick drum. True or false?

  • 8

    Why would you want to import a reference mix into the session?

  • 9

    What kind of compression settings work best for kick drum?

  • 10

    Parallel compression can help to increase the punch of the kick drum. True or false?

  • 11

    What is the main advantage of using distortion on the master?

  • 12

    Using multi-band compression helps to boost the synth without it sounding compressed. True or false?

  • 13

    When mastering, it is recommended to leave between -.2 to -.4dB on the output to prevent distortion. True or False?

  • 14

    Using a compression with a built-in sidechain can keep the low frequencies from being compressed. True or false?

  • 15

    How can you make your piano sound brighter?

  • 16

    Using a reverb with predelay can enhance the natural reverb of the snare sample. True or false?

Studio One 303
Mixing Big Room
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