High Hats are an integral part of any production as they provide balance and interest to a track rhythmically and tonally. But producers and engineers often overlook this element during the mixing process and simply just adjust the volumes to call them mixed.
In order for the hats to provide that high end sizzle, and allow that quick rhythmic pace to shine through, you'll need to apply a bit more processing to your hats.
In this screencast, I'll show you what processing needs to be done to the hats to make them stand out in any mix; how to mix the high hats so they create an impact in a track.
Daniel has been writing content for Envato Tuts + for the past 4 years for the Code, Music, & Business sections. He is also an avid electronic music producer and founder of UpstreamSquad, an online store dedicated to melodic electronic music producers. In his spare time, he loves to learn about finance, productivity, and is crazy about fitness.