Pro engineers give their advice, tips and techniques on this awesome Youtube channel. 1st video starts here - http://t.co/WrmrR5x
Tip: A good tutorial on how to duck multiple inputs with one compressor on a send/return track. - http://t.co/uOzl5Nq
Tip: Fix Your Mix - Computer Music Special Magazine out now
Tip: How to use a gate for vocal recording and other audio processing -
Some useful free tutorials for daws, plugins and more from the Conservatorium of Audio -
New: Added a Note calculation called Semitone Difference (makes it easier to fine tune a sound when frequency shifting)
New: Added a 12 tone equal temperamant table feature, in short, a full octave and note hertz table (to put on your wall)
Tip: Save time when using EQ to enhance the tone of your sounds. Create a preset for each note i.e. A1 to A9.
You can now download an offline version of the website for non-networked computers. Go to http://www.musiccalculator.com/ for more info.
@integratedarts Thanks. It all comes from need which were then turned in to common knowledge...I would be lost without reference though ;)
Tip: Not sure what bandwidth is in relation to a quality factor? go here
A fun tip from the Future Music magazine - Imogen Heap -
New function added: Convert Quality Factor to Bandwidth...
Added the twitter feed to the site because it will show the tips and any other useful information that gets posted!!!
@AbletonTweets really useful tool when using the Frequency Shifter in ableton
Useful guide for matching the pitch on the decks
Ever wanted to work out your EQ/Filter Q bandwidth in octaves or semitone's or even both?
want to know how much your 1210 is pitching your tune? 8% = full speed on a 1210 etc....
a really useful tool when using the Frequency Shifter in ableton #ableton