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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

#Musicproduction: De-Essing Explained #knowhow

De-essing is the process of attenuating or reducing sibilance, or harsh high-frequency sounds that are derived from dialogue or vocals while using the letters S, F, X, SH, and soft Cs.
It's often a needed process when mixing audio, but rarely do you find it easy—especially if you're just getting started. Many factors promote the complex nature of de-essing, from the way split-band processors make a difference the character of an audio, to the manner the place that the human voice can differ from sibilance to sibilance.
So I thought it was required in my practice to produce an index of dos and don'ts. It's my pleasure to mention it with you now.

Back To Realism - Zurück zur Realität #punchline #satire #pointe

Back To Realism - Zurück zur Realität #punchline #satire #pointe

#Musicproduction: SampleScience releases free "RX-17 HD" drum machine sample pack #freedownload

SampleScience has announced the release of RX-17 HD, a free high definition sample pack featuring the sound of the Yamaha RX-17 drum machine.
Released in 1987, the RX-17 is an obscure drum machine made by Yamaha that combines a standard drum kit with a Latin sound set. The pack contains all the 26 sounds of the original machine and were sampled in 32-bit 44.1kHz WAV files. Also available in the pack are 24-bit and 16-bit WAV version of the samples.

#Musicproduction: SampleScience releases free "RX-17 HD" drum machine sample pack #freedownload