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More than any other audio effect, myth and folklore has sprouted, grown and thrived around compression. We know compressors do something important; we read about it everywhere… we’re just not sure what that is. So, here is a sixteen word summary that should clear up any confusion once and for all: Compressors reduce the difference in amplitude between the greatest and smallest levels in an audio signal.
This reduces dynamic range , throwing away large amounts of audio information in the process. Imagine trying to explain compression to an alien: Man from Mars: Your mix sounds lifeless and dull You: That’s because I haven’t compressed it yet MFM: What does that mean? You: It means I’m going to throw away around forty to fifty percent of the information in my audio, levelling it out. MFM: You’re going to remove half the music from your mix, and that will make it sound better?
6 Tips for Reigning in the Bass in Your Mix. It’s been said that the low end of your mix is “what separates the men from the boys.”
But it can be really hard to get right, right? Every mix poses its own unique challenges, and I never mix two songs the same way. However, here are 6 tips for getting a handle on the low end in your mix. Some of these may seem odd or strange. Give ‘em a shot. Here we go… 1. Wait a second…mix before you record? Whenever somebody sends me a question about the low end in their mixes, their focus is almost 100% on mixing. Bzzzzz!! For example, I’m working on a song right now that is sounding amazing. I mixed before I recorded. It’s not simply “getting it right at the source.” Try mixing before you record. Yes, there are plenty of things to to in the mixing phase, but don’t assume that good mixes happen during mixes. 2. Okay, that one sounds a little stupid, too. Don’t you just love the sound of 40 Hz? 3. Chances are you’re going to compress your kick drum and bass guitar. 4. 5.
It’s all about compromise. 6. Bassline Tutorial. To put an end to all those "how to make a bassline", I've decided to make this illustrated tutorial.
Hope you enjoy it. This is by no means the correct way, and using the settings you see in the screenshots won't help you since they don't sound that good actually. This is meant to be a "what to do" guide, to give you the basics in making "tha killa full on base line ". What I'm using here is Cubase SX, a kick sample, Tau Pro for the bass, waves & tc works bundles for the processing. Obviously, the first step in creating a kick&bass section is to put in a kick. The next step is making the bassline. Let's make the bassline notes. Now that you got the notes ready, play it. The kick probably won't sound best, so some eq should be applied to it. Some processing for the bassline as well: is a nice plug to give depth to the bassline.
This is how it looks so far: good. You can see, the kickdrum is more than 1/2 long! Looks better now, no? Is how it looks eventually. Ok that's it. Producer Q&A - Bassnectar - bass music. Boom!
Time for another producer Q&A. This week I'm particularly chuffed to present the U.S. legend that is Bassnectar . Pioneer of that slow, swinging, bass heavy sound he sometimes calls swamp-hop, it's now slowly getting recognition worldwide, as part of that hip-hop influenced West Coast scene that includes the likes of Glitch Mob, Flying Lotus et al. Get on over to his site to download a few free tracks and see what it's all about. Bassnectar is honestly one of the best party DJ's I've seen, switching tempos so quick it left me scratching my head how he did it - although you can see from his gig list he gets plenty of practise. Www.bassnectar.net How do you approach a tune? I usually hear the bassline first...kind of in a churning death metal style, but i work on drums first, since the idea is usually in a specific tempo, i need to build the "groove" in order to work on the bassline idea properly.
Then again, there is no STRICT SYSTEM in my methods... I really like Albino. i.d. Bassnectar Extended Interview. We are going to introduce a new feature where I talk to a professional digital dj about his techniques and personal way of using dj technology.
This month I interviewed Dj Lorin for my Remix magazine column. The printed version was only a part of the full interview bellow. Some of you may be familiar with Lorin’s sets and some of you may not. Here is a clip from the article which describes his sound: “DJ Lorin’s (aka Bassnectar) sets are a mind-blowing affair for everyone. How long have you been performing? I began performing with Bob Rincinni’s Wild And Imaginary Circus Freakshow at the tender age of 7.
Are there any really exciting new ideas emerging in underground dance music today? I am really excited about combinations of existing forms of sound. Who is a dj you admire? Si Begg. Also i admire FreQ Nasty, not only for being an ambassador of style, but for staying committed to using music as a magnification glass for social change. Z Trip is the shit too! Coldcut is a genius operation. Mixing Secrets For The Small Studio: Additional Resources (Cambridge Music Technology) ACAPELLAS4U. Www.mitpressjournals.org/userimages/ContentEditor/1312572722088/2012 institution pricelist.pdf. Welcome to Computer Music Journal. Source. English Hello user!
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It’s a fun way to maintain the illusion that in a complex world, things can be simpified, or dumbed-down. So...Let's play along. Why not a Top Ten List on the subject of Making A Living From Your Music? The following list highlights 10 habits you should develop if you want to make a consistent living from your music. 1) Find ways to get ordinary people who love music, to love your music. Try your music out on "music fans" in the same way you would solicit opinions from A&R Rep. So prove to the industry that ordinary music fans in your city love your music. You can do this by giving away samples of your music and putting some of your songs on the many internet websites that allow people to download or sample new music. Pro Tools All-in-One Desk Reference ... - Jeff Strong. Social Media Monitoring Tools Made Easy. View topic - What Pretty Lights does so well and why people like his jams.
Scutheotaku wrote: I'd start with detuning two saw waves, distorting it heavily (try a bass or guitar amp simulator, like the free Voxengo Boogex).
To get the right sound, you may need to cut some bass freq - try dipping the freqs around 100hz. Then send it to a return effect with a chorus effect to get the stereo width. For the sliding, just use portmanteau. Massive would be very well suited for this sound. Thanks for the tips, I'll have to look into that this weekend when I have some time! I guess I should have started out by clarifying that more just liking his music, I was actually searching for that "something" or "things" that seems to make PL so catchy.
However, when I saw PL took the stage, time stopped. Bassnectar Concert Setlist at Roy Wilkins Auditorium, St. Paul on September 30. Sign in to get statistics for your attended concerts!
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Pretty Lights Concert Setlist at Brady Theater, Tulsa on October 28. How Electronic Music Moved the Masses in 2011. If 1991 was the year punk broke, 2011 was the year club music crept into the heart of America. In a trend that was born in the EU and Scandinavia and has been building stateside for the better part of a decade, the floodgates burst open this year with everyone from Rihanna to Britney Spears riding the coattails of Euro-styled synth hooks to the top of the charts. In-demand DJs are now pocketing as much as $200,000 a show and selling out multiple nights in cities from New York to Los Angeles. Perhaps the best example of the electronic revolution? Insomniac Events’ Electric Daisy Carnival, a dance festival that has attracted tens of thousands of revelers to stadium-style venues for years.
It made national headlines in 2010 when a 15-year-old girl died of an ecstasy overdose after the concert in Los Angeles. STORY: Electric Daisy Carnival Kicks Off: Is Las Vegas Becoming America's Answer to Ibiza? “It’s exciting to see it crossing over,” says Insomniac president and CEO Pasquale Rotella. Starting A Digital Electronic Dance Record Label. VST's and other software. Kick Drum EQ Settings and Compression. Ever wonder how to apply the EQ and compression to kick drums? Applying EQ and compression are one of the most important things you should consider when mixing kick drums. As a start, the kick drum EQ settings and compression depends on the song genre. For example, your kick drum sounds different in rock versus jazz or country music. It is because of the way it has been approached in the audio mixing process.
This short guide put more emphasis on mixing of kick drums with respect to the following genres: a.) These are not one-size-fit-all solutions and you need to further experiment on the suggested settings to get the best kick drum sound out of your mix. Credits: chidorian Suggested EQ Settings for Kick drums (targeting rock and pop music genre) Using a high quality parametric EQ such as Waves Paragraphic EQ, you can start applying the following EQ settings to your kick drum: Cut -9dB Q=3 Center Frequency=400Hz Boost 9dB Q=1.4 Center Frequency= 100Hz Cut -6dB Q=1.4 Center Frequency = 50Hz. BBC Radio 1 Programmes - Gilles Peterson, Gilles Peterson's All Winners Part 3! VIP Zone Superchords Vol 1and Vol 2 MIDI WAV SAMPLESLOOP - Free Download from uploadstation. Producerloops Supalife Dubstep Hard Edition WAV REX MIDI SAMPLELOOPS - Free Download from filesonic.
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I've seen people talk alot about groove templates? One thing i have found is that there is obviously alot more to groove than just timing of the notes. I think this can really make the difference between a track staying interesting or gettign stale and boring quickly so its something i want to get better at. Electronic Music Instruments & Electronic Music Production. Forgotten In Time: The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies. From: lightwithin.com/SomaEnergetics Photos by From: powerofharmony.tripod.com What Are The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies? These original sound frequencies were apparently used in Ancient Gregorian Chants, such as the great hymn to St. John the Baptist, along with others that church authorities say were lost centuries ago. The chants and their special tones were believed to impart tremendous spiritual blessings when sung in harmony during religious masses.
The Six Solfeggio Frequencies include: UT – 396 Hz – Liberating Guilt and Fear RE – 417 Hz – Undoing Situations and Facilitating Change MI – 528 Hz – Transformation and Miracles (DNA Repair) FA – 639 Hz – Connecting/Relationships SOL – 741 Hz – Awakening Intuition LA – 852 Hz – Returning to Spiritual Order For example, the third note, frequency 528, relates to the note MI on the scale and derives from the phrase "MI-ra gestorum" in Latin meaning "miracle. " A Little History Repairing DNA Energy and Relationship Sound, Vibration and Form. Jezar´s compressor. By Jezar at Dreampoint People are frequently asking how to use a compressor. Here is a little article I have written to explain how you go about it. Introduction Most effects processors are fairly simple to use; plug in an equaliser (for example), twiddle the controls, and listen to the output, and you pretty much know what you're doing, and all you need is some experience behind you.
Compressors don't fall into this category. Unfortunately you need to be *told* what a compressor does. Normally - for non-technical people - the explanations of what a compressor does, are so bewildering that they end up even more confused than they were before: "xDBs in, equals yDBs out, over zDb threshold, according to this graph" etc. etc. Fortunately, I have a friend who explains it very well, and very succinctly: "What does a compressor do, Alan? "" "Exactly. " So there you go. Firstly, there's the obvious application of making your CDs sound as loud as possible. Why? Getting Started What The Controls Do Ooooh! FREQUENCIES OF THE ORGANS OF THE BODY AND PLANETS. SrPdr. An Introduction To 3D Mixing.
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