Recently some podcasters asked me for advice on a good compressor. Many of them are using tools like Audacity or Audition and are looking for external plugins. I am a fan of Klanghelm plugins, so I recommended the MJUC jr. It’s the little FREE brother of the MJUC.
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Back in the day we used this old saying: “you can’t fix it in the mix.” This is no longer true today since we can fix almost anything in the mix.
Yesterday Propellerhead announced Reason 11. It comes with some cool new features and new rack devices.
Over the years I have worked with most DAWs like Cubase, Nuendo, Sonar, Pro Tools, Live and Reason. I found out the hard way what I don’t like and what I LOVE.
Why limit, compress and EQ the 2-track stereobus while you can fix the whole mix more precisely?
It would be super useful if I would be able to control my favorite DAW software (Propellerhead Reason that is) with an iPad. With such a system I will be able to record acoustic guitars, vocals/voices and percussion by myself in my isolation booth without much trouble. And it comes in handy when recording electric […]
Many music people nowadays take the academic route. Some of them are overly concerned imo about the sound quality of a DAW system. They often start comparing DAW software, using spectrum analysers, talking about digital summing and stuff like that.