Mid-Range Speaker

  What is a mid-range speaker?   Mid-range speaker, as its name suggests, covers the middle part of the frequency spectrum. Usually, it covers the range between 500 Hz and 4 kHz. This portion of the audio spectrum may be the most important. This is because...
SoundBridge Widgets: Edit Windows – Part 1

SoundBridge Widgets: Edit Windows – Part 1

The Edit Windows within the SoundBridge: DAW offer many options for Audio, MIDI, Automation and Crossfade editing. In the next tutorial, we will cover a significant amount of features and provide you with a better understanding of how they work.   Edit Window...
Discovering the Exciting Possibilities of Glitch Effects

Discovering the Exciting Possibilities of Glitch Effects

What is Glitch?   In a computer program, a glitch is a bug that isn’t encountered very often and results in a problem. On the other hand, in computer audio, a glitch is a quick temporary noise in a file that sounds like a snap. Read the following tutorial...
Precise Limiting with Pro-L by FabFilter

Precise Limiting with Pro-L by FabFilter

A precise peak limiter is an essential tool for every mastering or mixing engineer, but choosing the right limiter plugin for the mastering chain can be a difficult challenge. Using a low-quality limiter can ruin the mix. Therefore it’s always better to aim at...
Making Synth Stabs

Making Synth Stabs

INTRODUCTION   Here is a neat patch that is very simple but fine-tuned. Good quality patches are usually so because their parameter settings were dialed to “sweet-spots” by a trained ear rather than set to coarse values that seem to work in a similar...