I stumbled upon this website called Music For Programmers, a website with curated music for programming. On the About-page I found this rather interesting text: Through years of trial and error – skipping around internet radio stations, playing our entire music collections on shuffle, or just hammering single albums on repeat, we have found that the […]
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In general my little helper for solving noise issues is the Expander. And I love using Reason’s build in Expander for that. An Expander works like a “reversed” compressor: instead of limiting the peaks, an Expander will push back the softer sounds and therefore the dynamic range will be expanded. And because of that the […]
Ray Dolby, the inventor of the Dolby noise reduction systems, deceased on September 12, 2013 at the age of 80 from the effects of Alzheimer’s and leukaemia.