Kim Lajoie's blog. Side Chain Compression in Ableton Live 8 – Part 1. Up to Ableton Live version 6, the software didn't include a compressor device with side chain input.
Ableton Live 7 onwards introduced the new side chain enabled native compressor. The resulting effect is also called "ducking" and in this two-part tutorial we are going to explore it's uses and demonstrate how his method can assist and enhance your mixing experience. We are also going to look on how to apply side chain compression to multiple signals and also how to modify the spectral characteristics of the compressed signal so that only a certain frequency range can be affected. Finally we are going to spectrally modify a "busy" input signal so that only a certain frequency range will have an effect on our compressed signal.
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Record Of The Year Winner Get Lucky. Consonance and dissonance. Consonance The definition of consonance has been variously based on experience, frequency, and both physical and psychological considerations (Myers 1904, p. 315).
These include: Perception Blend/fusion: perception of unity or tonal fusion between two notes (Stumpf[full citation needed]; Butler and Green 2002, p. 264)Frequency ratios: with ratios of lower simple numbers being more consonant than those that are higher (Pythagoras[full citation needed]). The 833 Cents Scale. An 833 Cents Scale An experiment on harmony Latest update: December 9,2012 Introduction Not every music theorist agrees that combination tones play a major role when it comes to defining harmony.
Xenharmonic music. Xenharmonic tunings include those such as 5- and 7-tone equal temperament, which are perhaps excluded under "microtonal" rubric, since their intervals are larger than those of 12-ET.
The term "microtonal" may have also been seen as too restrictive in that it was strongly associated with the quartertone movement, and with composers like Julián Carrillo, who only worked in equal temperaments that were multiples of 12. Darreg was among the first to argue that any equal temperament could be a valid source of musical materials. Xenharmonic tunings Any scale or tuning other than 12-tone equal temperament can be used to create xenharmonic music. This includes other equal divisions of the octave and scales based on extended just intonation. Effects of 6-10 Hz ELF on Brain Waves. Article by David S.
Walonick, originally printed in Borderlands (Vol. XLVI, Nos. 3&4, May – August 1990) There is evidence that ELF magnetic waves can affect brain waves. This set of experiments was designed to study the effects of ELF rotating magnetic fields on the brain. Brainwave/Cymatic Frequency Listing. This is a listing of frequencies that various parties have claimed can affect the human mind or body in some way.
The following sorts of frequencies are included : Brainwave Frequencies - These are frequencies associated with various mental states. Using brainwave entrainment, you can coax your brainwaves to a certain frequency, and in doing so, achieve the mental state associated with that frequency. "Healing" Frequencies - These are frequencies that various parties claim could be used to heal illnesses of different kinds, or stimulate some region of the body (chakras). The Mathematics of Tuning & Temperament, with audio examples.
Instrumental Hip-Hop Sucks. Ban It Forever. - San Francisco Music - All Shook Down. Instrumental hip-hop should be banned.
It's the banal, meandering stepchild of hip-hop. The Science Of Binaural Beat Brainwave Entrainment Technology - for meditation relaxation stress management and achieving altered states of consciousness. What are Binaural Beats?
The Discovery Of Binaural Beats Altered States. Tibetan Buddhism. Tibetan Buddhism is the body of Buddhist religious doctrine and institutions characteristic of Tibet, Mongolia, Tuva, Bhutan, Kalmykia and certain regions of the Himalayas, including northern Nepal, and India (particularly in Arunachal Pradesh, Ladakh, Dharamsala, Lahaul and Spiti district in Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim). It is the state religion of Bhutan. It is also practiced in Mongolia and parts of Russia (Kalmykia, Buryatia, and Tuva) and Northeast China. Religious texts and commentaries are contained in the Tibetan Buddhist canon such that Tibetan is a spiritual language of these areas.
The Tibetan diaspora has spread Tibetan Buddhism to many Western countries, where the tradition has gained popularity. Among its prominent exponents is the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. The number of its adherents is estimated to be between ten and twenty million. Buddhahood Sacred geometry. As worldview and cosmology The belief that God created the universe according to a geometric plan has ancient origins. Plutarch attributed the belief to Plato, writing that "Plato said God geometrizes continually" (Convivialium disputationum, liber 8,2). In modern times the mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss adapted this quote, saying "God arithmetizes". Danny Carey. Biography Born in Lawrence, Kansas, Carey's first encounter with the drums began at the age of ten by joining the school band and taking private lessons on the snare drum. Two years later, Carey began to practice on a drum set.
In his senior year of high school in Paola, Kansas, Carey joined the high school jazz band and began to study under drumming great Ben Kelso specifically for jazz drumming training. Jazz would later play a huge role in his signature approach to the drum set in a rock setting. As Carey progressed through high school and later college at the University of Missouri–Kansas City, he began expanding his studies in percussion with theory into the principles of geometry, science, and metaphysics as well as delving into Sacred Geometry and certain hidden aspects of life and the occult. Carey also played jazz while attending college and got to experience the jazz scene in Kansas City. Emancipation of the dissonance. Chords, featuring chromatically altered sevenths and ninths and progressing unconventionally, explored by Debussy in a "celebrated conversation at the piano with his teacher Ernest Guiraud" (Lockspeiser 1962, 207).
The emancipation of the dissonance was a concept or goal put forth by composer Arnold Schoenberg and others, including his pupil Anton Webern. The phrase first appears in Schoenberg's 1926 essay "Opinion or Insight? " (Schoenberg 1975, 258–64). It may be described as a metanarrative to justify atonality. Classical Music Forum. Electro-folk music - Listen free at Last.fm. What electronic music genre will become big in 2011? Why.
Shock value. Shock value is the potential of an action (as a public execution), image, text, or other form of communication to provoke a reaction of sharp disgust, shock, anger, fear, or similar negative emotions. Shock value as humor The term off-color humor (also known as dirty jokes) is an Americanism used to describe jokes, prose, poems, black comedy, blue comedy and skits that deal with topics considered to be in poor taste or overly vulgar by the prevailing morality of a culture. Electronic Music: What electronic music genres will become big in 2012? Why. Intelligent dance music. Ricci Adams' Musictheory.net. Rick's Sound Frequency Page. How to Recognize Frequencies. Frequency Ear Training Apps for Audio Engineers. The Human Ear.
Understanding how humans hear is a complex subject involving the fields of physiology, psychology and acoustics. Interference and Beats. Wave interference is the phenomenon that occurs when two waves meet while traveling along the same medium. Eurodance. Eurodance (sometimes known as Euro-NRG, Euro house or otherwise shortened as Euro) is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in the late 1980s, primarily in Europe. G-funk. G-funk, or gangsta-funk, is a sub-genre of hip hop music that emerged from West Coast gangsta rap in the early 1990s. Characteristics Hip hop production. Electro hop. Witch house (music genre) Breakbeat. Folktronica. Electro (music)