Computer Music articles
Questions to ask yourself before moving on - A guide to mixing music - Part 102
Darn, is this series dedicated to mixdown long! But remember that Rome wasn't built in a day! Learning a new craft, regardless of what it is, demands a lot of time. That's the way it is, I can't help it. And if you don't like it feel free to put a claim with the highest authority you can, don't take it out on me.
- 08/14/16Getting started
Modulation Effects - The Flanger Effect - A guide to mixing music - Part 100
After having seen the chorus effect last week , today we'll discuss another beloved modulation tool, the Flanger.
- 07/17/16Getting started
How to use tape machine and mixing console emulators - A guide to mixing music - Part 97
As promised, this week we'll see how to make the most of tape machine and console-emulating plug-ins.
- 07/10/16Getting started
The whys of using tape machine and console emulators - A guide to mixing music - Part 96
This week we'll keep on discussing distortion by addressing plug-ins that emulate legendary tape machines and consoles.
- 07/05/16Getting started
How to use harmonic distortion in a mix - A guide to mixing music - Part 95
Today you'll see how to put into practice everything you've learned so far about harmonic distortion.
- 06/25/16Getting started
Getting acquainted with harmonic distortion - A guide to mixing music - Part 94
This week we'll continue exploring harmonic distortion.
- 06/19/16Getting started
Using Distortion During Mixdown - A guide to mixing music - Part 93
This time around, we'll focus on distortion.
Tweed Indeed - A review of the Universal Audio Fender ’55 Tweed Deluxe plug-in
Universal Audio has released plug-ins for quite a few guitar amps in the last couple of years, but its new Fender ’55 Tweed Deluxe is its first foray into the Fender amp world, and it’s a doozy. The plug-in, which is officially endorsed by Fender, recreates a mid-‘50s-era Deluxe model 5E3, a vaunted amp that could deliver everything from warm cl...
- 06/12/16Getting started
Using Buses to Make a Mix More Cohesive - A guide to mixing music - Part 92
In the coming weeks we'll discuss in detail the so-called "glue" effect, in other words how to make the mix more homogeneous using different procedures. Today we'll discuss a simple method to emphasize the cohesion we've achieved so far.
A Powerful Ambience - A review of the PSP 2445 Digital Reverberator plug-in
With the release of version 1.2 of its 2445 reverb, PSP now has the official blessing of EMT, the company that made the outboard reverb units modeled in this plug-in. We figured that was a good reason to take this baby for a test drive.