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The art of dialog - Part 3 - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 85
Third and last part of this interlude dedicated to dialog within the framework of a record production. Today we will look at this topic from the point of view of the home studio loner.
The art of dialog - Part 2 - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 84
Second part of this brief interlude dedicated to dialog within the framework of a record production. Last week I probably put the cart before the horse and this article should've certainly been published before, but inspiration wanted it to be another way. Anyway, as the old saying goes: better late than never.
The top commercial audio editing software for 2018 - The community's favorite commercial audio editors
Four years after our first poll on the topic, few things have changed in the world of audio editors, at least according to our French readers.
The art of dialog - Part 1 - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 83
Before we start another chapter of this ultimate recording guide, I decided to write this article inspired by some comments to previous articles...
Harmonic rules for the Phrygian, Lydian and Mixolydian … - Harmony Basics – Part 51
In the previous article we started to discuss the specific rules that apply to the different harmonic modes. Today we'll continue with the Dorian, Lydian and Mixolydian modes. If you just took up reading the series, I recommend you to refer to article 46 to understand better what I'm talking about here.
Punch In / Punch Out - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 82
This time we'll look briefly into a recording technique which is as old as can be. In fact, chances are you already know it, but a brief reminder never hurt anybody. Besides, it will be the perfect occasion for newbies to discover this powerful function that lies at the core of every single modern DAW.
Harmonic rules for the Ionian and Dorian modes - Harmony Basics - Part 50
In the previous articles we began to study the different means to identify modes. As we continue our way into the depths of modal harmony, today we'll start discovering the harmonic rules that determine these modes.
Recording by parts - Part 2 - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 81
In today's article you'll see how to put into practice the recording by parts technique so that the end result is as natural as possible.
Harmony Basics - Part 49 - Other methods to identify modes
In the previous article we started to see how you can differentiate modes from each other. And we'll keep on doing the same today.
Recording by parts - Part 1 - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 80
This week I invite you to discover a technique that will allow you, in some specific cases, to significantly improve the quality of your recordings. As far as I know, this technique doesn't really have a name, so I decided to call it "recording by parts" for this series of articles. Some of you might think I'm referring to the "punch in / punch ou…