In this quick tip, we continue looking at classic workhorse effects, in this case high pass filters. We know that it's important to use them to remove unwanted subsonics, and create space and contrast between sounds. But it's too easy to go to an extreme, and completely ignore the shape of the curve you're filtering, and the style of the EQ you're using. In this tutorial we have a look at the best way to high pass a track.
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