Getting great recorded vocals can seem like rocket science, especially with all the complicated editing and processing tools that Logic now provides. So this month we‘ll be giving you the advice you need to produce that big commercial sound.
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One of the things I love most about recording music is that . One guy decides to use a cardboard box as his kick drum sound…and it sounds awesome. Another guy decides to sample in the sound of a screaming cat and blend it with the cymbals. (Okay, I'v...
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The octatonic scale has only two modes. As shown in the next two examples, Mode 1 begins with a whole step and Mode 2 begins with a half step. Mode 1 consists of two minor tetrachords, the second starting at the tritone.
In , are the and that have the same . A major and minor scale sharing the same key signature are said to be in a . The of a particular major , or the of a minor key, is the key which has the same but a different ; this is as opposed to , which ...
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Electric guitars are the key ingredient in many musical genres today, adding rhythm, melodies and foundation to many tracks. But capturing a great live sound in
Before we examine some methods of equalizing, its important to note the areas of the audio band and what effect they have on what we hear. The audio band can effectively be broken down into six distinct ranges, each one having enormous impact on t...
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by ronisageekI'm really groov'in on the sequencer. I use Tuna Fish. No bug problems here.