Welcome to the Audio Production sub-forum!
Here you can discuss, ask, share techniques and tips related to aspects of audio production.
Some of the subjects are:
Note: Issues or questions about music notation are not going to be included here.
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Thread: Read Me
March 11th, 2011 03:11 am #1
Last edited by Nyu001; March 11th, 2011 at 05:13 am.When you dare, you go further, experience new things and learn.
March 11th, 2011 03:32 am #2
Awesome, finally a sub-forum for something I'm decent at and can actually help others with.
March 11th, 2011 04:08 am #3
March 11th, 2011 06:50 am #4
This is wonderful! I'm an amateur at mastering and production hahaha, so I cannot provide any useful tips I'm learning though.
March 11th, 2011 05:35 pm #5
You can still ask, share or discuss anything you want! I hope this get filled with a bunch of useful information for you and others!When you dare, you go further, experience new things and learn.
March 12th, 2011 08:34 pm #6
Awesome! I was hoping something like this would happen. Shall we create simple tutorials or guidelines for beginners?
March 12th, 2011 09:20 pm #7
Tutorials/guidelines are welcome!When you dare, you go further, experience new things and learn.
March 15th, 2011 07:31 am #8
This is a great tutorial that one of my professors put together for digital music.
March 15th, 2011 07:50 pm #9
March 23rd, 2011 10:19 pm #10
Hey Nyu. Is it ok to talk about hardware? I noticed many of the listed suggestions are about software and techniques, but nothing about hardware. I'm talking about things like computers, mixers, DAC, ADC, amps, headphones, monitors, etc. And is it also ok to talk about instruments as well that is used in production?
March 23rd, 2011 10:47 pm #11
Yes, hardware it is fine.
What do you mean by instruments used in production?When you dare, you go further, experience new things and learn.
March 24th, 2011 12:02 am #12
oh like synthesizer keyboards, or workstation keyboards in general. Also electric guitars, pianos, violins, etc. You know, when someone is looking for a particular sound for their music, then they'd post it here. Especially if someone (in case) were to ever ask what would be the best piano for recording either at a concert or in a studio. There's stuff like baby grands, semi-concert grands, and concert grands. Then we can help the person position the mics regarding that piano, and also how to treat the room. I find all of this interrelated.
Of course if someone wanted to buy a piano for the sake of learning and nothing to do with audio production, then it probably doesn't go here. Hence why I wanted to make this distinction.
March 24th, 2011 01:19 am #13
Mic placement, room treatment or anything related to the recording of an instrument or vocal will go here.
Anything that is just related to instruments brand, what instrument to buy, how to learn the instrument, etc, won't go here. Edit:[Except MIDI controllers]
There may appear a few ambiguities. In any case I may move any possible thread to a more suitable section.
Last edited by Nyu001; March 24th, 2011 at 05:58 am.When you dare, you go further, experience new things and learn.
March 24th, 2011 06:57 am #14
Yeah. Synthesizer or workstation keyboards are technically used in audio production (ie. Yamaha XF, Roland Fantom G8, and Korg M3, as well as synths like Moog, TI Virus, and Dave Smith Instruments), but at the same time it is an instrument. I guess the only criteria is the purpose behind it. So as long as the question involves audio production, that can go here?
March 24th, 2011 04:08 pm #15
Yep. That is correct.When you dare, you go further, experience new things and learn.
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