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Tighten Up Your Drum Sounds with NI Battery 4

These days, it seems that there are many ways to dynamically and tonally process your drum sounds. This is because we have numerous useful tools ranging from compressors and harmonic enhancers to special equalizing techniques. What is more, I would like to highlight...

Add Extra Low-end with Waves LoAir

All that bass   A warm and big low end is an inevitable part of modern music, especially if we're talking about electronic dance music and its numerous genres. To be honest, I can't even imagine genres like Techno, Drum & Bass or Dubstep without those low...

Tone Shaping with Scheps Parallel Particles by Waves Audio

Tone shaping plugin units that offer various sound processing options are not a new thing, but some of them are ahead of others in terms of sound quality and ease-of-use. Recently, Waves audio presented us with Scheps Parallel Particles, and we will present it in the...

What Are Waveforms And How Do They Work?

What is an Audio Waveform?   As a matter of fact, a waveform is merely a graph that displays amplitude or level changes over time. Amplitude is measured in a bipolar manner, with positive and negative values; not to be confused with level,  which can be the...

Understanding The Art Of Arpeggiators

Arpeggiators are perhaps one of the simplest and most audibly recognizable sequencing tools available. They originated in the early days of hardware synthesizers. In essence, an arpeggiator is a very basic real-time sequencer which takes a chord as an input and turns...

Tips to Learn Chord Progressions

After learning the parts of the guitar, the name of each string, and your first few notes and melodies, the next thing beginners usually learn is their first couple of chords. That is, at least how I first learned to play guitar. If this sounds like you, we are here...