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Universal Audio 101 - UA In Action – Bass and Drums.
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  • 1

    Bass should never be panned. True or false?

  • 2

    When mixing, you should rely on:

  • 3

    When using two bass channels, they should both be adjusted the same. True or false?

  • 4

    Stereo overhead mics should always be panned hard left and right. True or false?

  • 5

    Playing the part twice can help:

  • 6

    A snare reverb can help add width and depth to the snare. True or false?

  • 7

    Why is it important to keep your drum kit layout approach standardized?

  • 8

    When using two bass channels, they should both be adjusted the same. True or false?

  • 9

    Adding stereo chorus to a bass can subtract width and depth. True or false?

  • 10

    Compressing a snare drum can:

  • 11

    The second snare should be compressed or EQ’ed differently than the first. True or false?

  • 12

    Using 2 mics can help give you more options during mixdown. True or false?

  • 13

    Which plugin has a “solo isolate” feature?

  • 14

    When approaching the EQ of the kick, you should:

  • 15

    Adding reverb to a bass part can make it:

  • 16

    When you turn the Tilt knob to the right on the Tonelux Tilt it makes it sound:

  • 17

    The 1176LN compressor is often called:

  • 18

    You can use the Tonelux Tilt plugin as a one-knob EQ. True or false?

  • 19

    The objective of the first kick drum track is to get the low frequencies, and the second is to get the attack. True or false?

  • 20

    Using a center mic can be good because:

  • 21

    By increasing the EQ in the 2.5 kHz area of a tom tom, you can:

  • 22

    How can a bright stereo kick sample help your drum tracks?

  • 23

    EQing the high end out of the second bass makes it sound:

  • 24

    Once you’ve got your drum sound you don’t need to adjust it anymore with the bass. True or false?

  • 25

    When EQing, it's important to listen to the sound in context with the entire mix. True or false?

Universal Audio 101
UA In Action – Bass and Drums
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