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Dance Music Masters 115 - Disfunktion | Big Room.
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  • 1

    The kick drum is the backbone of an EDM track. True or false?

  • 2

    Lead synths should never be layered. True or false?

  • 3

    All lead synths sound the same. True or false?

  • 4

    Guitar sounds are never used in Big Room music. True or false?

  • 5

    Bass instruments should not be processed. True or false?

  • 6

    It can be useful to bounce synths to audio. True or false?

  • 7

    Multiple compressors can be used in serial. True or false?

  • 8

    Big room music can be mixed in and out without any DJ skills. True or false?

  • 9

    It's a good idea to send similar sounds to a group or bus. True or false?

  • 10

    Who invented the reversed reverb trick?

  • 11

    Layering sweep effects can create a bigger sound. True or false?

  • 12

    The pitchbend range of a synth is set in the DAW. True or false?

  • 13

    Waves MV2 is the follow up to MaxxBass. True or false?

  • 14

    It can be useful to automate the volume on a plugin instead of the volume fader. True or false?

  • 15

    "Sub" is Latin for...

  • 16

    Big room tracks must have multiple layers of synths. True or false?

  • 17

    High-cut filters and low-pass filters do the same thing. True or false?

  • 18

    Hi-hats should always be sidechain-compressed. True or false?

Dance Music Masters 115
Disfunktion | Big Room
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