When mixing, if you want to make an element feel further away from the listener you might reach for the volume fader and turn that element down in the mix. While there’s nothing inherently wrong with this, it doesn’t paint a completely accurate picture. In reality, as an object moves further away from you, you also tend to hear less high frequencies, not just a drop in volume. Enter ml.distance, a free MaxForLive device that emulates the effects of distance.
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Hi 👋🏻 my name is Tom. I’m a music maker and Ableton Certified Trainer and I help people make better music with Ableton Live. You can download the instruments and effects I make for Ableton Live and watch tutorial videos at my website https://elphnt.io