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Define Your Low End

In dance music, it doesn't matter which genre you produce, you always have to pick where the low end is coming from. Because low-end frequencies are so big, and they take up so much room, you can't really have things fighting for space with it.

Straight off the bat, it's common to cut everything from 120 Hz on down except for on your kick drum and bass. 


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