2. Create groups or submixes of certain elements. Group your percussion sounds into one block in order to move them or process them as one and reduce or boost levels with just one fader.
3. Now to panning. Centralise your bass and kick sounds and experiment with all the positions within your other instruments – nothing too extreme just yet. Elements like the main vocal usually stays central too.
4. Automate to as this will help then add activity vibrancy and movement to an ordinary mix. This differs based on the DAW you make use of so you will find there's separate step-by-step across the page.
5. EQ! You have done your panning, now think the depth within your mix and listen to it as a few frequencies. Make an attempt to fill out of dynamic range with full lows, clear mids and shimmering highs.
6. Declutter! Now you have to have you blend its entirety, but can it be an excessive amount? Boost the comfort, does promoted need three bass lines and five lead lines? Step back and ask yourself, ‘Is less more?'