Lumit’s Summer NAMM 2016 Recap

THANKS FOR SHARING NAMM WITH US! Last weekend Lumit got the incredible opportunity to show our DAW at Summer NAMM, the National Association of Music Merchants trade show. We met so many inspiring companies with exciting new ideas, and some friendly faces we'll be...

Polish Your Song with a Linear-Phase Multiband Processor

In the world of audio production, there is always room for a bit more compression. If your goal is to tame down certain peaks or to use compression in other ways, a compressor is a go-to tool. While single band compressor units are good choices for most tasks, some...

Get Creative Using Delay and Reverb Effects

Delay and reverb are two effects most often utilized by music producers. They are crucial for more than just creating a sense of space. We may, however, utilize them creatively to add an atmosphere to our mix. I'll show you how to get creative using delay and reverb...

How To Create Drums Using Foley

In movie production, most of the audio work is done in a separate process after the filming stage. Actors re-record lines (dialogue replacement) and the audio team layers the soundtrack and Foley over the film. Foley, by definition, is the process of creating sound...

Affected Vox – Using Vocal Effects

  There's a huge variety of vocal treatments that may not be quite so obvious. Not all are applicable to all styles of music, but it's still worth trying them at least once, just so that you know what they sound like. Many mixing tricks can be used to push the...

How to Make an Awesome Bassline – 5 Essential Tips

Bassline represents the core of every modern song. Whether it's subtle or highly exaggerated, without it, contemporary music would sound deficient. If we try to explain it, a basic definition would be the following: Bassline is a low pitched instrumental part of a...

Widen Your Sounds With Unison

  In music, Unison represents two or more musical parts sounding the same pitch or at an octave interval, usually at the same time. Rhythmic patterns which are homorhythmic are also called unison. In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to widen your sounds...

Explore New Dimensions of Sound with Doppler Effect

The Doppler effect (or the Doppler shift) is the change in frequency or wavelength of a wave in relation to the observer who is moving relative to the wave source. The effect got its name after the Austrian physicist Christian Doppler, who described the phenomenon in...

Subway Series: Erhu Man

This week I am honoring a well known performer in the Boston area, Zhi Zhou, the Erhu player. Check out this blog from Tramminhdao for some background info. I captured a piece of his performance and imported it in Lumit so I could explore his musical themes and let...

Use a Delay Effect to Manipulate The Stereo Width of Your Audio

Nowadays, stereo wideners are pretty popular. Producers like widening their mixes to create an extensive stereo image. The goal is to create an immersive experience for the listener by using sounds that appear to move in 3D rather than 2D. On the other hand, a stereo...

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