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Bass Line Mixing Tips for Bass House
Rounik Sethi on Wed, September 28th 0 comments
When it comes to mixing a Bass House track there's one sonic element that should dominate the entire track. The bass line. Multiplier shows some practical tips and examples to ensure your bass is big.

In this quick video tutorial on creating bass lines for the Bass House genre (taken from his complete course on Dance Music Styles 111: Bass House), Multiplier aka. Adam Pollard, demonstrates how to mix the rest of the track's elements to give the bass a more prominent feel.

The idea behind Bass House is that the bass line carries all the attention, all the interest and everything else including percussion and synth leads sit around it.

Watch all the videos from this course in the AskAudio Academy here.

More Videos on Bass House by Multipler

If Dubstep and House music got together and had an offspring they’d name it, Bass House. In this Dance Music Styles course, Multiplier AKA Adam Pollard dissects this genre and reveals all the juicy electronic innards that make it work.

In his enthusiastic way, Adam explains Bass House's defining features, common themes as well as its arrangement and structure. Next up, Adam leads you into the world of sound design where Bass is in the lead. You also learn all about the precision elements and those wet and dry sound interplay that adds excitement to the mix. Then, you get some of Adam’s very cool production techniques and tips and tricks to make your Bass House tracks really stand in the clubs.

So dig in, crank up the gain and learn how to make Bass House with Multiplier!

Watch all the videos from this course in the AskAudio Academy here.


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