Rankin Audio steps up to the plate again with another set of 4, awesome Ableton Projects. This time focused on the emerging sound of Dark Bass House. Pioneered by the likes of Chris Lorenzo, Hannah Wants, Taiki & Nulight and My Nu Leng, to name just a few. Its a sound that is sweeping dancefloors and festivals worldwide and growing by the minute.
Concentrating on solid, dancefloor bangers, Rankin Audio brings the fire and takes no prisoners. Making full use of Ableton 9’s sonic weaponry alongside the power of Native Instruments Massive, Rankin Audio are here to put some real power in your DAW. You will be able to look in depth at how the tracks are structured and leveled alongside each other. How the bass is balanced with the drums, where to put different synths in the mix and beyond. You can look at the drum programming, how each synth sound is processed and how the track is layed out at a whole. You will be able to edit, rework, remix, chop, screw and do anything you like to them. You will be able to see how each channel is made up, the FX chains, drum racks, the EQ, the compression, the side chaining, gating, everything. This is an unrivaled way to get your head round the mixdown of a club level track.
This is a very special way to learn the tools of the trade and you can jump right into the mix to see inside out how tracks are constructed. As always, Rankin Audio gives nothing but super usable content that will keep you coming back track after track. Enjoy.
Important Please Note: Requires Ableton Live 9.1 & NI Massive 1.3.3+
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