Back in 2014, the developers at Dualo released their unique electronic musical instrument, the du-touch. The instrument was unlike anything ever before conceived; it combines the freedom and feedback of a traditional instrument with the flexibility of a home studio. Right now, Dualo has a Kickstarter campaign for the 2nd generation device, the du-touch S.
One of the best tricks for coming up with new melodies or remixing a song is to shuffle its main notes around. Infinite Jukebox from EchoNest does just that, and all inside a handy browser interface.
The system analyzes your track and finds points where the audio “connects” by having the same exact properties, meaning you can splice the two moments together without hearing much a lot of audio clipping or going off beat.
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Finally, it’s part two of the compression tutorial. Building on what we learned in the first one, we are going to look at some of the really useful and slightly more complex things you can do with the concept of compression. Today we’re going to talk about side-chain compression
Hi, Cutman here. I produce music for a living, and while there are a near-infinite number of options out there when it comes to mixing, there’s one plug-in that I’ve come to use on every track, FabFilter Pro-Q.
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