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Mixing Kick and Bass in this style?
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JoseDrums
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Hello Guys,
I was wondering if someone could give me a tip on how I should mix a bass and kick that both play at the same time most of the time. Kinda like they do in this song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUsoVlDFqZg


I find that using a sidechain compressor with the kick signal into the bass isn't a good idea because I can barely hear the bass right after and if I turn it up it defeats the purpose of the sidechain?

Any suggestions?

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maybe sidechain an EQ and have the bass notch out the main freq of the bass/kick drum allowing the fundamental of the bass/kick drum to come through and the bass notes to 'play' around that freq.

they also make a plug to aid in this... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oa0PBvzn0bQ

just a suggestion...
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