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Or how to become a pro sound engineer ;)

AUDIO RECORDING - ultimate guide (100 episodes)

Or how to become a pro sound engineer ;)

Once the mastering series is finished and now that the mixing guide is (finally!) arriving the end, it's only natural that Audiofanzine asked me to extend this tale told backwards with a new series d…

A Guide To Mixing Music

MIXING IN A HOME STUDIO - ultimate guide (150 episodes)

A Guide To Mixing Music

Given the good response our "Mastering at Home" series received, yours truly has put himself to the task of doing a similar guide dedicated to recording and mixing.

Become a master in mastering. In your bedroom.

HOME MASTERING - ultimate guide (22 episodes)

Become a master in mastering. In your bedroom.

After more than 20 weeks, the time has finally come for the last installment in our series dedicated to mastering at home. Today we won't be making any miraculous revelations. Instead, we'll give you…

Why and how levels are always higher. And how to fix this madness.

THE LOUDNESS WAR (12 episodes)

Why and how levels are always higher. And how to fix this madness.

Volume, more volume! Yes, but at what price? This series of articles will review the origins of the volume race, the physical considerations, new standards and tools, and their impact on public healt…

Make Jean-Michel Jarre sound like a beginner

SOUND SYNTHESIS & SOUND DESIGN (30 episodes)

Make Jean-Michel Jarre sound like a beginner

Throughout history, humans all around the globe have never stopped diversifying the uses of music ─ ritual, recreational, intellectual, etc. ─ and have produced it using their voices and bodies or th…

It All Starts with Twelve Notes...

MUSIC THEORY - ultimate guide (68 episodes)

It All Starts with Twelve Notes...

I know for certain that there are many talented musicians among you, even though the theoretical side of music has always put you off. Some others might have a classical education, but dropped music …

Unmixing a cake is not a piece of cake. But extracting vocals is.

HOW TO EXTRACT VOCALS FROM A SONG

Unmixing a cake is not a piece of cake. But extracting vocals is.

You've probably dreamed about removing or isolating vocals or instruments from a record to get a single vocal line or sample an instrumental loop. However, is this even possible?

No money? No excuse! Make music now :)

THE TOP 150 FREEWARE TO MAKE MUSIC

No money? No excuse! Make music now :)

Making music with your computer when you don't have a penny is possible. And to prove our point here you have 150+ free software tools many of which don't have anything to envy their paid counterpart…

The Wizard of Compression

Award-winning mixer Michael Brauer talks techniques, gear and more

The Wizard of Compression

An eight-time Grammy-award winner, engineer Michael Brauer has put his magic mixing touch on albums for Coldplay, John Mayer, and the Dave Matthews Band among many others. He is known for his unique …

Harmony Basics - Part 68

Synthetic scales from tetrachords of altered modes - Part 3

Harmony Basics - Part 68

In the previous article you learned that Lydian tetrachords were absent from the modes of the melodic minor scale. But since we really like the oddest combinations, I suggest we wrap up this brief re…

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 99

Headphone mix for the singer - Part 4

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 99

In this fourth part you'll learn how to fine-tune the cue mix for the singer by improving the ordinary in no time.

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