Parametric Equalizer

  As the name suggests, Parametric Equalizer helps to edit different parameters of an audio spectrum. It has three main parameters: gain (amplitude), center frequency and bandwidth (inverse of ‘Q’). Unlike Graphic equalizer, it has variable center frequency. This...
Create Kick Drum Sounds in Tune

Create Kick Drum Sounds in Tune

  When choosing the right kick drum for your track sometimes you get lucky by randomly picking a sample that immediately sits well with the bass and other rhythmic elements in the mix. But more often than not, various equalizers, compressors, and other processing...
5 Tips to Improve Your Mixing Skills

5 Tips to Improve Your Mixing Skills

Let us say that you have finished your recording and pre-mixing processes, and you are entirely satisfied with the results. Now it is the right time to dive deeper into the mixing part, which is the core of a good sounding track. You can record your instruments with...
Top Production Mistakes: Part 1

Top Production Mistakes: Part 1

Stop repeating the same mistakes.   In my experience running Berklee’s Electronica Club (soon to be called the Electronic Production Club), I’ve noticed many recurring mistakes producers make. In the past, I would often redirect them to the internet for help....
Loudness and Level – The Difference

Loudness and Level – The Difference

In the early 1930s, two researchers at Bell Labs named Harvey Fletcher and W.A. Munson uncovered perhaps the most significant psychoacoustic phenomenon in history. They found that the frequency of a sound affects our perception of its loudness. In other words, two...