The Haas Effect

The history of the Haas effect   The precedence or Haas effect has first been discussed back in 1949 in the works of H. Wallach, E. Newman and M. Rosenzweig in their publication named “ The Precedence Effect in Sound Localization”. The authors discussed the...
Making Hip Step

Making Hip Step

INTRODUCTION   Here we are, walking through another hip-hop production process. This time, we are diving into a more synthetic, darker type of hip-hop, hip step. This is an increasingly popular style that features many cliche techniques such as fast hi-hats and...

Panning

What is Panning?   Panning in audio borrows its name from panning action in moving image technology. An audio pan pot can be used in a mix to create the impression that a source is moving from one side of the soundstage to the other. Although ideally there would...