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How To Mix Instrument Groups Using Busses | WinkSound

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Published on Sep 17, 2012

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Using busses when mixing will help you to group instruments and achieve a more polished, professional sound. By routing the outputs of your track groups to busses you can add compression, eq, reverb and other effects to glue the elements of that particular group together adding punch and clarity to the overall mix. In this video learn how to mix your instrument groups in layers. This technique is demonstrated in Pro Tools but translates to any music production software.

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