How to Make a Song Heavier

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You can make a song heavier in a variety of different ways depending on what you're working with. Find out how to make a song heavier with help from a DJ and event planner in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Winston Widdes, DJ Evolved, and I'm broadcasting here from Level 3 Records Studios in San Diego, California for eHow.com and today we're going to talk about how to make a song heavier. If we listen to this one for example, let's just slow it down and something with a slow heavy sound like a base that wobbles we can do something using a low frequency oscillator, LFO as it's commonly referred to, and that's going to give something a really heavy deep sound. So if we turn on an LFO and we use, for example, a square sound wave shape wave form that's going to give it a little bit of an edgier sound, a little bit more distorted. We can mess with our decay and the amount of material that makes it through and all these things are going to give us a heavier or larger sound depending on how much decay we add, how much material goes through the mix. The more we put through a filter, the more messed up it's going to sound, the more distorted and that makes things sound heavier and deeper. So those are some tricks for making our audio sound heavier, making our song sound heavier. So once again, I'm Winston Widdes, DJ Evolved, broadcasting from Level 3 Records Studios here in San Diego, California for eHow.com and we've just talked about how to make a song heavier.

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