Holy cow – the final day of our 5 Days to Better EQing in Logic Pro X. It’s hard for me to believe 5 days have already passed!
I hope these last 5 days have delivered some new ideas and strategies that you can use in your own Projects.
As we discussed in Day 1 of this EQ series, everyone wants clarity and space in their mixes. And even if you use all the tips I’ve shared this week, creating space can still be tough.
For example: have you ever tried to carve out space for your kick drum and bass? It can be pretty hard to get these 2 low-end instruments to play together, right?
Low-end is so often a challenge for most mixes. Because both the power for both the kick and bass lives down at the bottom. But boosting either track ends up masking the other.
Or how about carving space for your main vocals? Amidst the guitars, synths, and other midrange instruments, it can feel like your vocals are being swallowed up.
So today I’d like to show you how Logic’s Match EQ can help you quickly separate tracks that are being masked.
In fact, this strategy is so simple I’m pretty surprised I never see anyone mention it online.
P.S. I do hope these last 5 days have been helpful to you. If you tried one of these tips and it made a difference for your mixes, let us know in the comments below!