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Ways To Improve Your Bass

The bass end of your mix is the very backbone of music as it holds everything together but can be difficult to execute. You must know your basic compressors to control how your volume operates. The key is to experiment and expect subtle results that pay off within a mix. You must also use the principles of […]

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Audio Recording Through the Ages: A History of Audio Technology

Here is a guest post from Rebecca Armstrong of  McGowan Transcriptions. Just 200 years ago, no human voices had been recorded. Ever. Music, rousing speeches and even just day to day conversations were essentially lost forever, surviving only in written records at best. The first real technological developments in audio recording materialised in 1859, when […]

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Anchor's iPad app is an all-in-one podcast studio

Anchor's iPad app includes editing tools which allows users to trim, cut and drop in segments and effects at their whim. Best news is, you can get it on the App Store for FREE. This new app allows us to record, produce and edit your podcast recording with using any fancy equipment and by just using your […]

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What Is Audio Compression and Why Should I Care?

"Compression" is one of those many audio terms that you hear a lot but maybe don't truly understand. You wouldn't be alone. There are lots of ways to get confused. First of all, "audio compression" is different from "data compression," which refers to making a large file smaller (like turning wav audio file into an […]

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Propellerhead Reason's Drum Sequencer

Drum Sequencer is within the new version of Reason which has to be downloaded as a Rack Extension from the Rack extension download page. The Drum Sequencer can make anyone sound professional and can help you keep in time. Plus, it makes it very easy to populate a pattern quickly, as it can load individual […]

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Red Room Audio Saga Acoustic Trailer Percussion

The Acoustic Trailer Percussion is just not a 'film score' collection. It has such a wide dynamic range that allows you to do hip-hop, pop, trap or anything that likes big bottom end. The gongs also is an answered prayer for many metal, pop, rock, goth and industrial projects. The gongs are huge and thematic. What’s really cool […]

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PreSonus releases Studio One 4

PreSonus has announced the release of Studio One 4, a major new update to their DAW that “combines the best of the traditional recording studio model with the modern methods of creating beat- and groove-oriented music.” One of the key features of this new release is the new Harmonic Editing features which gives you the freedom […]

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AKG C414 Microphone – An Underrated Workhorse

The four-patterned C414 became available just as 16-track recording became the industry standard. Both the CK12 and CK4 used the capsule with an accurate, transparent midrange along with a clean and extended high-frequency response, it became an extremely popular studio mic with the BBC. The discontinuation of the brass-ringed CK12 capsule prompted a new nylon-based […]

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Music For Picture: The Top 5 – Software for Soundtracks

Extremely popular and in demand nowadays are film and television scoring. And many musicians and producers are starting to get more and more involved. In this article, we take a look at the best 5 software and soundtracks you can use if you want to get involved with this trend. Albion Tundra V, if you […]

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