https://bsta.rs/c0af12c "For every age there is a time of trial. The rocks faced such a fire before they were the strength beneath our feet. The plants braved vast winds before their roots could give us life. As a sage of considerable years, I have known only one such great ordeal. Yet the hero it created was a champion of all time
Blvckout presents Friendly Demons, a collection of hard new wave trap loops inspired by today’s hottest artist & Producers such as Lil Skies, Juice Wrld, Lil Tecca, Iann Dior, Drake, Gunna, Murda Beatz and many more! Link in bio!⠀
- 30 Melody Loops⠀
- Mixed And Mastered Demo⠀
- Bpm / Tempo & Key Labeled⠀
- 24-Bit/44.1kHz Wav Quality⠀
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I'm excited to present beautiful @izora.music 's beautiful debut track "Feel Better", which @the.rian and I happily arranged and produced for this young emerging talent! 🎧 Thank you @topvocalist for introducing us to Izora! ❤️The song is out now and available on all digital platforms! Please give her new song a listen, it's a must-have for music lovers' playlists. Go to her page to find the links. And if you're a singer-songwriter with your own original stuff, you might want to consider us for producing your music, too.
Music production/mixing tip- When compressing complex audio with many dynamic fluctuations. Instead of throwing on one compressor and attenuating 6 dB of compression. Do it in stages instead with 3 4 compressors. One brick at a time. This will avoid overcompressing one part of the audio. Instead think of it as one compressor for peaks. One for levelling. Then One for loudness. This way the audio compressed will sound more natural. The top mixing engineers do this and usually use different compressors for each one to achieve different things. This is because one does the job better for each one than another one would. They do this usually for vocals. Feel free to use the same compressor though as long as it’s good.