3 Tips On How To Use Low End EQ While DJing

3 Tips On How To Use Low End EQ While DJing

Many people are curious as to how to make clean and tight transitions when making a mix. They often don’t know how to do this, but it really comes down to a simple technique. That technique is all in the low end EQ knob. Don’t get me wrong, you can use all the EQ knobs to improve your mixes, but using the low end knob will help un-muddy the mix.

This is due to conflicting low end when you mix two songs together. More specifically, the bass lines of each track. For example, if you’re mixing track 1 into track 2, track 1’s bass line will conflict with track 2’s bass line. Now, if you remove track 1’s bass line when mixing it into track 2, then the bass lines won’t conflict! Furthermore, after mixing track 1 and track 2 for a bit, remove track 2’s bass line, then bring back in track 1’s bass line. This will create an ultra smooth mix and make sure both bass lines never interfere with each other.



A few more tips:

  • Make sure the transition is musical (bring in or pull out the bass lines while staying within the 4, 8, 16, 32 beat count).
  • Don’t be afraid to leave a little low end in on the one you have cut out. Sometimes leaving a little low end will create a fuller sound… Use your ears!
  • Practice this with two tracks and you’ll hear the difference… It takes time to get it down, so practice, practice, practice!
DJ Whrr
DJ Whrr
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