Syncing in Film Score

  Syncing Music to Picture   When writing music for film, one goal is to sync dramatic events happening on screen with musical events in the score. There are many different methods for syncing music to picture. These include using sequencing software to...

Spotting Session in Film

What is Spotting in Film?   Spotting is a creative process that the composer usually enters towards the end of filming, during the editing process. However, on some occasions, the composer is on hand during the entire film shoot. The composer is shown an...

Rotary Woofers

Generally, human beings can’t detect sounds below 20 Hz. This is why the stated frequency response of many products is from 20 to 20,000 Hz. Part of this impression comes from the challenges in using traditional cone and voice coil subwoofers to produce these...

Brass Instruments

What is a Brass Instrument?   A brass instrument produces sound by sympathetic vibration of air in a tubular resonator in sympathy with the vibration of the player’s lips. Brass instruments are also called labrosones, which means “lip-vibrated...
SoundBridge Widgets: Built-in Effects (Part 2)

SoundBridge Widgets: Built-in Effects (Part 2)

As we mentioned in part 1, the built-in effects will be the final part of the SoundBridge Widget tutorial series. We have covered the first half of the built-in effects available within SoundBridge: DAW, so now it’s time to go over to the 2nd part which also contains...