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BASSROOM: How to Achieve a Balanced and Punchy Low-End with This Plugin by Mastering The Mix

Mastering The Mix BASSROOM v1.0.3 VST, VST3, AAX, AU WiN.OSX x86 x64

If you are looking for a plugin that can help you mix bass like a pro, you might want to check out BASSROOM from Mastering The Mix. This is a final mix and mastering EQ that helps beginners and pros nail their low-end in seconds. It does this by delivering exceptional sound quality and suggesting genre-specific EQ adjustments a great audio engineer in a world-class studio would make.

Mastering The Mix – BASSROOM v1.0.3 VST, VST3, AAX, AU WiN.OSX x86 x64

Mixing bass can be hard, but BASSROOM may have the solution with its unique features and intuitive interface. In this article, we will show you how to use BASSROOM in four simple steps, and share some tips and tricks for mixing bass to get powerful low-end.

How to use BASSROOM in 4 simple steps

BASSROOM is designed to be easy to use, but also flexible and powerful. Here are the four steps you need to follow to get the most out of it.

1. Load on master channel

BASSROOM uses complex algorithms that accurately identify how the human ear perceives low-frequencies relative to the balance of the whole mix. For that reason, it should be loaded on your master channel so it can analyse and be applied to your whole mix.

2. Choose a preset or create a target

To get the most value from BASSROOM, start by selecting a preset that best suits the material youre working on. You can choose from over 60 genre-based presets that are based on the analysis of the best mixes in various genres. These presets will give you EQ target suggestions that you can trust.

Alternatively, you can create your own target values by clicking the target icon in the bottom left corner and importing your own reference tracks. You can select any part of the waveform to analyse, but we recommend choosing the drop or chorus, as this is usually the part with the best representation of the bass in the track. BASSROOM will create targets based on all the tracks loaded into the analysis window.

3. Shape your low-end

Now monitor a bass-heavy section of your production (i.e. the drop or chorus), and youll see the targets move to the suggested EQ positions based on the tonal balance of your mix compared to the tonal balance of your preset or reference track. Use the targets to get a great starting point, then adjust by ear to tweak your low-end to perfection.

The unique filters in BASSROOM are optimised to shape low-frequencies with minimal phase and transient distortion. You can adjust each band by moving them forward or backward in the immersive 3D room interface, which will increase or decrease the amount of energy in that band by up to +/- 6dB. You can also fine-tune the Q of the top four bands by dragging them up or down.

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