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One of the main reasons why blues and country music is so popular is because it has that raw ability to evoke strong emotions. There are many other reasons for that, the singer could be singing about something you can relate to, the beat could be easy to follow encouraging foot stomping in time with the […]Continue reading
One of the toughest challenges beginner guitarists have to face is how to master barre chords. It can be quite difficult to grasp for beginners especially as it requires holding down the entire set of strings on your neck down while placing your free fingers on different places on the fret board to achieve a […]Continue reading
Sometimes, the first try isn’t always the best. Sometimes, we have to draft it out and edit and tweak it until we are satisfied with the outcome. In making an audio, its pretty much the same. Audio pieces often undergo remastering in order to get the perfect song after a series of revisions. In editing, you […]Continue reading
Filtering an audio is one of the most essential processes in refining a mix. It is also one of the easiest things to do so you don’t have to sweat over it. In fact, once you learn the basics and try to explore the features of your chosen plug-in, everything about filtering will be as […]Continue reading
Adding reverbs to your soundtrack is a basic effect you can use whenever you want to record and submit a good quality music. Recording industries around the world have been using this method ever since it was discovered. Thus, chambers as well as softwares such as plugins are commonly used in order to do reverberations. Some who […]Continue reading
Artificial Reverbs aren’t easy to use in converting an ordinary audio into the polished one. Sometimes, it takes knowledge talent and creativity to come up with sounds that are very much pleasing to the ears. They say that knowing the ins and outs of artificial reverbs can help you create the greatest music there is […]Continue reading
A phase is the vibration in the air. In other words, it’s the sound waves. In occurs when sound is created. Movement in the air causes a rippling effect, which leads to waves. Waves causes vibration in our eardrum, which is then processed in the brain and translate it into sound. In recording, problems with regards […]Continue reading