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April 14, 2016

Audacity 101: A Preview

audacity 101

If you would ask people what the best free sound editing software is, 9 out of 10 might probably say Audacity. Audacity is one of the most popular sound editors on the web because it is easy to use and it produces some of the best recordings. It works in all operating systems including Windows, Linux, and […]

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April 5, 2016

Why Reverb is a Essential Effect to Have

reverb effect

Over decades, reverberation has been widely used by a lot of professional musicians as a part of their toolkit which also includes amps, speakers and other trusted instruments. Reverberation is also naturally used in various locations such as live events in stages, and of course concerts. Definition of Reverb Reverb actually flows around the world […]

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March 24, 2016

List of Devices Compatible With Artificial Reverb

electronic reverb

Reverb is always present in our daily lives, without us knowing. It is defined as a series of sound reflection that happens within a certain space were sounds are made. Frequency, volume of the reflections and timings varies depending on the shape, size and the space of the contents. Reverb plays an important role in […]

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March 21, 2016

Why Audio Normalization Is Important

audio normalization

Audio normalization is when you put constant gain to a recording so that you can bring the average amplitude to the desired level. In other words, it means changing the audio’s overall volume to fixed amount. However, when doing so, you don’t change the signal-to-noise ratio or the relative dynamics in the audio.  It just […]

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March 18, 2016

What You Need to Know about Absolute Polarity

absolute polarity

Polarity is not something you will normally hear in a natural setting. It’s purely an artifact of a edited or reproduced music. It is sometimes called the phase inversion and refers to the swapping of the positive and negative poles of a source. In other words, it means inverting both poles of the musical waveform. Though it’s true […]

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