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    How to Mix Claps

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    Hey everyone!

    I wanted to share an article I wrote on how to mix claps:

    How to Mix Claps - 5 Mixing Tips for a Better Sound - Audio Examples



    I know there are many many approaches to this, but I just wanted to share some tips that I found to be very useful.

    Let me know your thoughts.
    Last edited by Matias Rengel; 12-16-2017 at 02:21 PM.

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    dope!
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    That's pretty nice, thanks for sharing!

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    Nice!

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    this is huge for me. i'm trying to diversify my drums, incorporating more claps and what not. this is very helpful. thank you!!

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    Thank you for the video its super helpful!

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    Placement: Claps are often added as either a replacement of snares, an addition to snares, or as miscellaneous effects. With this in mind, and the fact that claps most often don't have low frequencies, you can place claps at different locations in themixing space

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    Cool. I tend to distort them slightly and have them wide panned. (minimum of two layers either side)

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