Sound Design: Managing Subfrequencies and Harmonics With Dyro

In his latest installment for Razer Music, Dyro takes us inside one of the cornerstones of electronic music production—managing the relationship between your kick and your sub-bass. Whether you’re creating dark techno or growling electro-house, adding harmonics is crucial to making your low-end stand out on speakers of any size. Learn a few of Dyro’s tricks including how the Dutch producer adds harmonics with FL Studio’s native plug-ins, plus how he tackles sidechaining using volume automation for more precise control in his mixdown.

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