Studio Hacks: How To Create Louder, More Powerful Dance Music

Ever wonder why your tracks don’t match up to professional producers?

Hyperbits (Sony Music, Universal Records, Ultra Music) redefines how loudness will beefen up your sound and empower you to create louder, more polished tracks.

  • The new sonic paradigm shaping how ‘loudness’ is measured
  • How mastering engineers & label reps listen to your tracks
  • Hyperbits’ 5 Favorite Loudness Plugins (& How to Use Them)
  • 3 unconventional ‘loudness hacks’ to transform your sound
  • How your ears can trick you – and why this is critical to avoid
  • The only loudness metering plugin you’ll ever need
  • FREE PDF: Hyperbits’ Top 20 Lessons for Music Producers
  • FREE Bonus: How to get discounts on top plugin brands

Loudness is one of the most controversial words in dance music. But I’m not here to talk EDM politics.

I just want to teach you exactly how to craft polished, clean, loud & punchy music that will rock dancefloors and impress label reps, DJs and fans.

If you’ve ever compared your music vs. your favorite producer’s, you’ve likely noticed that their music just sounds LOUDER. But somehow, just turning up the volume dial on your track doesn’t really fix the problem.

There’s a whole world of loudness techniques that amateur producers simply don’t hear about. I’m here to reveal them to you.

Watch as I bring you into my studio, teaching precise and proven track-enhancing techniques to amp up your music and infuse it with the polish & punch you hear on the radio. Grab your free copy of the video here.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

(and why you can’t ignore the loudness war…)

THE LOUDNESS WAR

Learn how to sound LOUD without sounding squashed & over-compressed (and why this is so important…)

DYNAMIC RANGE

Do you really need to sacrifice dynamics to achieve loudness? The answer is no, and I’ll tell you why.

NEW TECHNIQUES

It’s not as simple as slapping a limiter on the master. Avoid this one HUGE mistake most producers make…

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

(and why you can’t ignore the loudness war…)

THE LOUDNESS WAR

Learn how to sound LOUD without sounding squashed & over-compressed (and why this is so important…)

DYNAMIC RANGE

Do you really need to sacrifice dynamics to achieve loudness? The answer is no, and I’ll tell you why.

NEW TECHNIQUES

It’s not as simple as slapping a limiter on the master. Avoid this one HUGE mistake most producers make…

ABOUT HYPERBITS

 

Tove Lo - Disaster (Hyperbits Remix)

 

Part of over 15 Hype Machine #1 records both as an artist and mixing engineer

Created official remixes for Beyonce, Tove Lo, Nick Jonas, Neon Trees, Laidback Luke, Felix Jaehn

Signed record deals with Universal, Island Def Jam, Sony, Ultra, Virgin/EMI

Over 15 million streams across Soundcloud, Spotify & YouTube and 90,000+ fans on socials

Founder of the Hyperbits Masterclass, with an army of over 300+ alumni

ABOUT HYPERBITS

Tove Lo - Disaster (Hyperbits Remix)

Part of over 15 Hype Machine #1 records both as an artist and mixing engineer

Created official remixes for Beyonce, Tove Lo, Nick Jonas, Neon Trees, Laidback Luke, Felix Jaehn

Signed record deals with Universal, Island Def Jam, Sony, Ultra, Virgin/EMI

Over 15 million streams across Soundcloud, Spotify & YouTube and 90,000+ fans on socials

Founder of the Hyperbits Masterclass, with an army of over 230+ alumni since 2015

WHY ARE WE TALKING ABOUT LOUDNESS?


For years, the loudness war has gotten out of control. The music keeps getting louder and our mixes are suffering. This can be avoided – you can still deliver commercially loud and relevant music in 2017 without compromising our dynamic range and emotion.

Because let’s face it – music needs those ups and downs, the swings that take listeners on a journey. Without that, music becomes overly digital, flat-lined, and dead.

This workshop is meant to shed some light as to some of the lesser known techniques I’ve used in official remixes for artists like Beyonce, Tove Lo, & Nick Jonas to reach a loudness to satisfy the major labels, without jeoparding my dynamic range.

Hope this helps. Happy producing!

– Hyperbits