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Mastering for Compressed Audio Formats

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Recorded music in the present day is widely distributed and consumed in a variety of lossy compression formats. The most common compression formats in digital audio are MP3 and AAC. These two codecs represent the necessary compromise between file size/convenience and audio quality to deliver easy-to-download but still acceptably listenable material to an audience. These…

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CloudChamber

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CloudChamber lets you hear your sounds played in the Reverberation Chamber at the National Physical Laboratory in London, UK. One by one, submitted sounds are played out of a pair of loudspeakers into the chamber and simultaneously recorded in stereo with a pair of measurement microphones. The recordings are then uploaded to the CloudChamber soundcloud…

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5 sound design tips that will get your music noticed

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People are always on the lookout for new, fresh, inspiring music. And you should be providing that to them. So here are five concise sound design tips that will get your music noticed.

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6 Down and Dirty Recording Techniques

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Most of the time the aim of a great recording is to get a pristine and realistic capture of the sound of the instrument (or voice) in the room. But sometimes the goal is to get extra grungy with a side of hot sauce. So here’s 6 recording techniques to give you that captivating filth…

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How to Record Waves

How to Record Waves

If you want to record an instant hit, find a steeply sloping high-energy beach with diverse substrates during a new or full moon and wait for the tide and weather conditions to be just right. Don’t settle for just one perspective. Get close, get down, and explore the driftwood forest. http://blog.quietplanet.com/how-to-record-waves/

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