Sound Design Tutorial: Layering Drums – Native Instruments Battery 4 w/ Evan Sutton

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In this tutorial, Dubspot Sound Design instructor and course designer Evan Sutton (aka Astrolith) shows how to layer drum sounds using Native Instruments' Battery 4.

Layering is the spice of life. There are many reasons to layer drum sounds. We can add rhythmic complexity to a sound, which can lend to the groove and improve its overall musicality. Another advantage of layering certain types of drum sounds is that it can help the sound to cut through a mix, such as in the case of an 808 kick drum. These techniques can greatly improve the sound of your drum tracks way before you get to the mixing stage. – Evan Sutton

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