The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

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The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by WillK » Thu Sep 17, 2015 11:01 pm

Taking you through my project "Here Comes The Sun" released through Armada Trice, going in detail how I wrote the Intro/ Builds/ Drops/ FX/ Processing/ Mastering.. You name it!
Enjoy guys!



Will K
http://www.twitter.com/itswillk
http://www.facebook.com/willkofficial
http://www.instagram.com/willkofficial
http://www.soundcloud.com/willkofficial

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Re: The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by AndrewPearsonMusic » Wed Sep 23, 2015 11:58 pm

Learned so much from you man, love that you do these walk throughs. So helpfull.

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Re: The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by WYNN » Thu Sep 24, 2015 12:56 am

after watching will k's videos i realize i need to buy a better laptop

the amount of automation and layering is insane

mirin your work

thanks will

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Re: The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by TonyCalrya » Thu Sep 24, 2015 2:05 am

Hey Will do you master your stuff your self? And about the headroom it was always clipping what is your opinion on that?
I only make pure club music!
One day I want to receive the title King Of Club Music!

http://www.soundcloud.com/tonycalrya
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Re: The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by WillK » Thu Sep 24, 2015 4:01 am

I master everything before I send the record to a label. If they are interested, usually we agree to get it professionally mastered.

The master is clipping because there is an EQ after the PSP, which works as a limiter. Usually if you put anything after a limiter it will show its clipping. But all faders are mixed low which would leave about -2 -3db headroom!

Hope this helps. :)


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Re: The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by MaxVangeli » Thu Sep 24, 2015 4:27 am

WillK wrote:I master everything before I send the record to a label. If they are interested, usually we agree to get it professionally mastered.

The master is clipping because there is an EQ after the PSP, which works as a limiter. Usually if you put anything after a limiter it will show its clipping. But all faders are mixed low which would leave about -2 -3db headroom!

Hope this helps. :)


yeah so best thing to do is simply slap an L2 with no threshhold keeping it steady at zero but make sure its not limiting.

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Re: The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by ThomasThanasi » Mon Sep 28, 2015 5:55 am

Hey Will, I love the H-Delay you used on your main "mono" bass sound. Would you mind showing which settings you used for the slap back effect? Thanks!

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Re: The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by Taurian » Mon Sep 28, 2015 3:10 pm

WillK wrote:Taking you through my project "Here Comes The Sun" released through Armada Trice, going in detail how I wrote the Intro/ Builds/ Drops/ FX/ Processing/ Mastering.. You name it!
Enjoy guys!

[ YouTube ]

Will K
http://www.twitter.com/itswillk
http://www.facebook.com/willkofficial
http://www.instagram.com/willkofficial
http://www.soundcloud.com/willkofficial


Hey man.
You said youve sampled the kicks
How is it so damn clean!!?

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Re: The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by TonyCalrya » Mon Sep 28, 2015 11:43 pm

WillK wrote:I master everything before I send the record to a label. If they are interested, usually we agree to get it professionally mastered.

The master is clipping because there is an EQ after the PSP, which works as a limiter. Usually if you put anything after a limiter it will show its clipping. But all faders are mixed low which would leave about -2 -3db headroom!

Hope this helps. :)

[ https://soundcloud.com/willkofficial/will-k-here-comes-the-sun-original-mix?in=willkofficial/sets/releases ]



Thanks Will this helped!
I only make pure club music!
One day I want to receive the title King Of Club Music!

http://www.soundcloud.com/tonycalrya
http://www.facebook.com/iamtonycalrya

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Re: The Making of "Here Comes The Sun" : WILL K

by TonyCalrya » Mon Sep 28, 2015 11:44 pm

MaxVangeli wrote:
WillK wrote:I master everything before I send the record to a label. If they are interested, usually we agree to get it professionally mastered.

The master is clipping because there is an EQ after the PSP, which works as a limiter. Usually if you put anything after a limiter it will show its clipping. But all faders are mixed low which would leave about -2 -3db headroom!

Hope this helps. :)

[ https://soundcloud.com/willkofficial/will-k-here-comes-the-sun-original-mix?in=willkofficial/sets/releases ]

yeah so best thing to do is simply slap an L2 with no threshhold keeping it steady at zero but make sure its not limiting.



Will try this for sure!
I only make pure club music!
One day I want to receive the title King Of Club Music!

http://www.soundcloud.com/tonycalrya
http://www.facebook.com/iamtonycalrya

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