On 04/18/2013 08:14 AM, Brent Busby wrote:
You may be able to accentuate frequencies on the keyboard track so that
it is articulate, and then pull the level of the keys down.
But I think you'll find that finding out what frequencies are competing
with other instruments (guitar?) and pull those frequencies down 1-2dB,
possibly while boosting those same frequencies by a dB or so on the
Don't forget placement in the stereo field, as well as the amount of
'verb you put on each. Pull instruments toward the listener a bit by
reducing the reverb on that instrument. Also, make sure that the
keyboard itself is not sending reverb. You want ALL reverb to be added
in the mix, and be the same reverb patch, so everything lives in the
same space. A lot of digital keyboards have a reverb wash on
everything, which makes it impossible to place it in a mix.
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