Being close to the end of the production process on a track and then figuring out that the end result is somewhat thin can be discouraging. Luckily, there are many ways that you can address the thinness in order to give the track more vibrancy. A good way to improve it is it to add saturation to the piece. When the instrumentation has more saturation it gives it more vibrancy, and also a bit of edge. Another great way to do this is to add compression, or to work on the sound balance in order to just even things out a bit more.
- Adding saturation to your track is a great way to make it sound more edgy and colorful.
- Maintaining proper sound balance is also a way to ensure that your piece does not sound too thin overall.
- Adjusting lower mids is also a way to ensure that your sound clarity is on point.
“Wherein a muddy mix there is simply too much overlapping sound, a thin mix is one where the sonics are under-represented.”
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