Tweet A guest post by Rajiv Agarwal – www.audioshapers.com There is much confusion about the role of mastering engineers and the part they play in the audio post production chain. To understand their role, we need to first understand what exactly is mastering. Once a song is mixed, it has to be sonically sculpted to [...]
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Tweet Part 3 of 3 video interviews with Diamond Duggal from the band Swami. Diamond talks about recording guitars for the new album ‘Upgrade’.
Tweet How to guide: Cubase MIDI Tips by Mark Spacey Starting off with a new piece of software can often seem a daunting process, so let’s take a look through some basic processes in Cubase and kick-start your knowledge database!
Tweet Importing Midi & Wav Files Into Reason for Music Production By: Mark Spacey We all know that Reason Refills are a great way to expand the already bulging factory soundset included with Reason, but how do you import other sounds into this versatile piece of music production software? We’ll start off by looking at [...]
Tweet Essential tools to help you get an accurate sound in your home or project studio MAC AudioXplorer is a powerful sound analyzer software designed specifically for Mac OS X. AudioXplorer provides a real-time analysis window where the user can visualize the sound, spectrum and sonogram. Several real-time windows can be opened simultaneously.It also provides a [...]
Tweet What is an Expander? Expanders increase the difference in loudness between quieter and louder sections of audio making quiet sounds quieter and loud sounds louder. They are pretty much the opposite of compressors working by turning down the volume when the signal level falls below the