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Audio and production tutorials, from beginner to advanced

Audio and production tutorials, from beginner to advanced

Keeping Music Less Repetitive With Pitch LFO Tutorial Ok. So this is a nice little refreshing tip I had kind of forgotten about...but its a charm. In your tracks sometimes, you will be using a sound that repeats. Reaper Frequences D'abord une chose très importante: pour bien travailler l'égalisation, un eq-paramétrique, est indispensable!! - Or, sur les petites consoles d'entrée de gamme les plages de frequences sont souvent fixes!! (les médiums à 2 kHz, par exemple).

10 Best Affordable Microphones for the Home Studio Making music is perhaps one of the most expensive hobbies in the world—that is, aside from tasting truffles. When you’re looking to set up a decent home studio, it’s hard to find a way to stay within budget without ending up with a terrible sound. Here are ten options to minimize expenditure while still getting a decent sound out of your system at the end of the day, by buying smart when it comes to one of the most important types of studio equipment: microphones. For about $100 give or take, you can pick up a Shure SM57 Microphone (you can double that price for the popular two-packs, or the SM57/58 combo packs). Though I have no real evidence, I’ve heard reputable producers say that Lenny Kravitz uses the 57 on everything, from drums to guitars to voice.

How to REALLY make DUBSTEP Welcome to YouTube! The location filter shows you popular videos from the selected country or region on lists like Most Viewed and in search results.To change your location filter, please use the links in the footer at the bottom of the page. Click "OK" to accept this setting, or click "Cancel" to set your location filter to "Worldwide". Egalisation Vous pouvez consultez ces fichiers en ligne ou les télécharger. Mais ne les piratez pas. Pas de publication ni de reproduction. Malheureusement je trouve parfois mes articles, publiés sur d'autres sites, sous d'autres noms - et sans mon autorisation, ce qui est illegal!! Egalisation BATTERIE - BASSE - GUITARE - VOIX ET AUTRES - MASTERING - RÉFÉRENCES (cliquer sur les thèmes)

Harmonic Mixing - Mixing In Key With enough practice and getting to know your tunes inside and out, you will know which tunes go together and which ones don’t. To really master the craft of DJing, it is very important for you to put the time, patience, and effort into learning about harmonic mixing, because that will add a complete other dimension to your mixes. Harmonic mixing is the art of mixing tunes together in perfect harmony, using the basic rules of key and chord compatibility. A lot of DJs are too lazy to take this next step, but I can assure you that if you do, it will be well worth it. You will go from being a good DJ to being a respected and great DJ, instantly.

An Ableton Live Tutorial Blog Enregistrement et traitement des voix Alors, quel est le meilleur moyen d'enregistrer les voix de nos jours ? Bien sûr, tout est envisageable tant que vous obtenez le résultat escompté. Voici quelques-unes des possibilités. A Study of The Edge’s Guitar Delay (U2) What’s so interesting about The Edge’s guitar delay? Note: This page is strictly limited to discussion about The Edge’s delay times. Occassionally I mention other things like the modulation effect of the SDD-3000 delay unit and I include some tablature as needed. Primarily (and as best as possible), I try to discuss why and how Edge chooses certain delays for given songs, hopefully to give some ideas to other players who want to understand the core ideas and theories behind them to use in their own original songs. The ‘real’ delays (150ms-550ms, almost always set in tempo with the song)Delays make up a big part of Edge’s sound. He uses modulated delays which add a vibrato/chorus effect to the delay repeats.

Tips & Tricks — EMT® 140 Classic Plate Reverberator Plug-In The EMT® 140 Plate Reverb, says legendary engineer Alan Parsons, was “virtually the only reverb we used on Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.” As anyone who has ever donned a pair of headphones and settled into Dark Side’s glorious, astral ambiences can attest, it was a propitious decision to use Abbey Road’s EMT 140 on tracks like “Time” and “Eclipse.” Though really, in 1973, the EMT 140 — introduced only 15 years earlier by Wilhelm Franz and his team at Germany’s Elektro-Mess-Technik — was the only high-end reverb game in town. The company’s later all-digital EMT 250 Reverberator — the world’s first digital reverb — was still five years away from seeing the light of day. Universal Audio’s EMT® 140 Classic Plate Reverberator Plug-In is stunningly accurate to the legendary unit’s character and class, and it will allow you to wield its mighty sonics without putting your back out hefting the original’s 600-pound sheet metal plate enclosures.

Tout sur le sidechain Quand on observe l'offre d'équipements audio, on constate que les effets dotés d'un sidechain sont les processeurs de dynamique (compresseur, limiteur, noise gate, expanseur) plus quelques effets exotiques comme les égaliseurs dynamiques. En fait, il s'agit à chaque fois de processeurs dont le comportement dépend du signal. Les processeurs de dynamique classiques travaillent avec un niveau seuil qui sert de déclencheur au traitement : un compresseur/limiteur se déclenche quand le niveau du signal source dépasse le seuil, un noise gate/expanseur se ferme quand le niveau du signal passe sous le seuil. Speaker Calibration tutorial If you’re a student working on a short film, there’s a good chance you need to hand over your project to a sound mixer to balance everything to standard film levels – in order to submit it to festivals or for broadcast or burning it to a DVD. The one thing that will save you much time in this process is calibrating your home studio to the standard level used by professionals, so your work is prepared with the right gain structure and the mixer can then build on your work and finesse it, rather than starting from scratch. This tutorial walks through the simple steps involved in calibrating to 79dBSPL, a commonly adhered to standard for editing suites and small rooms, for film and TV mixing.Calibrating your speakers to 79 will ensure you keep 20dB of headroom in your mix, plenty of dynamic range, suitable for a wide range of projects – as opposed to the generally held belief that “as close to zero without hitting it”!

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