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1. Select the right kick sample, always start off with the right quality kick samples
2. Use EQ to Fatten and Tighten-up the kick/kicks
3. Use Compression to make the kick/kicks Punchy
4. Make Sure Your Kick/kicks Samples are In Mono and not Stereo
5. Use The Sidechain Compression, this is to give space to your kick/Kicks
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