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Music Technology

Once you can play chords using formulas (see our Piano chords 101: play any major or minor chord article) you’ll be able to figure out any major or minor chord you might come across. But this will only get you so far - if you’re trying to play or produce a song and you are constantly counting semitones and recalling…
When you’re just starting out, the keyboard can look quite daunting. All those keys - how will you ever remember which are which? And all those different chord shapes - how can you get to know them well enough?Luckily, there are a few usable formulas for working out chords on the piano. This is where some people find learning piano…
Why use dynamic EQ? If you try controlling a boomy or harsh frequency using a static EQ you can alter the quality of the audio unnecessarily. By using a dynamic EQ, you can remove the problem only when the specific frequency passes the set threshold, saving you the effort of automating an EQ. The Waves F6 has some intriguing features,…
If you’ve been playing or creating music for longer than 5 minutes, chances are strong that chord progressions with any variation of the I, V, vi and IV chords are starting to irritate you.   Somehow, over the years, these four chords have become the go-to chords for contemporary songwriters. If you’ve never seen Axis of Awesome’s “4 Chords” video,…
Vocals can be very challenging to record. Taking all the aspects into account - having a good vocalist in front of a good microphone into a good pre amp, will get you about halfway there. But you could still end up with vocals either having too much bass, too much sibilance, being too nasal, not having enough body, or not…
Becoming a Music Producer Career Description Music Producers write, arrange, produce, and record songs, whether they’re shaping the sound of another artist’s album or creating beats or songs for their own projects. With the growth of home recording technology and boutique recording studios, many producers find themselves pulling double or triple duty as Studio Owners and Sound Engineers, as does…
Scales. We love to hate them! We all know that it's important for us to know and practise our scales, so that we know what notes to play, what will and won't work, and of course for general finger exercises. But somehow when we have a few spare moments it's much easier to find something else to keep us busy.…
Part of being a studio sound engineer is based on knowing the tools you can use to capture the audio signal (sound) you are targeting. It is somewhat vital to know which microphone is well suited for the mission you are trying to achieve, depending on the microphone choices you have available and the sound source you are recording. It…
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