Title: [amazon_link id=”1598632515″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]The Mixing Engineer’s Handbook[/amazon_link][amazon_link id=”1598632515″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ][/amazon_link] Subtitle: Second Edition Author: Bobby Owsinski Publisher: Thomson Course Technology ISBN-10: 1598632515 Price: 19$/26€ Pages: 233 Content: The Mixing Engineer’s Handbook is written as a guide to the professional sounding mix. It starts out with a brief history of mixing.
[amazon_link id=”B006PKIJ16″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ][/amazon_link] This post is a small experiment but hopefully a great resource for solutions to frequent problems and answeres to questions about Pro Tools. As you notice correctly there is no content yet to find here. The Idea behind it is that you ask questions about Pro Tools and I
There is an easy and quick way to find out the current sample rate and bit depth of any give audio file in any format. Open your audio file with the QuickTime player Open the Movie Inspector by clicking “Window>Show Movie Inspector” in the menu or simply by hitting ⌘+I ( Command I ) Under
Every good audio engineer or producer knows his digital audio workstation. 99% of them learned some or more shortcuts to save time, money and nerves. In this article, I present the most useful Protools shortcuts in order to help you ( and me ) increase our workflow in Pro Tools to hopefully create some great
Calculating the delay time for beat synchronization is often a point of confusion. But it don’t have to be. In essence, it is just a simple mathematical formula that you can deduce easily if you once understood it fully. In this article, I give you a brief introduction to delay as a plugin for production
A child is able to perceive frequencies between 20 Hertz and 20 000 Hertz. As you grow older a natural hearing loss occurs. So when you are 50, you might just be able hear up to 15 or 16 kHz and by the time you turn 80, your upper limit normally drops down to 8