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These are posts that involve the topic of editing audio.
One of the biggest problems with audio quality, especially in a home pc recording studio, is noise. Cheap microphones are notorious for creating lots of hiss along with the thing you ACTUALLY wanted to record. If you use a computer for recording, you get a big slice of computer fan and drive noise along with…… See More
Have you ever been listening to a song in your car, and it was a little too low in volume at the start? So you turn it up. But then, when the whole band comes in at verse 2, it’s so loud your ears bleed and you madly fumble with the volume control to turn…… See More
Most people don’t know that they can get started recording audio with a budget as small as $5.00. The only reason I don’t say zero dollars is that if you don’t have a microphone, you’ll need to buy one. A plastic PC mic will even suffice at this point. Now, those folks with experience recording…… See More
How many times have you seen the term “EQ” on your car radio or CD player, or your home entertainment system? If you are just learning audio production, no doubt you’ve been bombarded with references to different kinds of EQ (parametric, dynamic, etc.). But has anyone ever just broken it down for you in terms…… See More