Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) Part 2

Digital audio workstations are mainly divided into two types, which are integrated and software DAW`s. Even though they share common functionalities, I’ll explain them separately.   Integrated DAW’s   An integrated DAW consists of a mixing...
SoundBridge Widgets: Built-in Effects (Part 1)

SoundBridge Widgets: Built-in Effects (Part 1)

The final part of the SoundBridge Widgets tutorial series is dedicated to the built-in effects of the SoundBridge: DAW. There is a fair amount of high-quality effects at your disposal, covering a wide range of signal processing tasks, from equalizing to various...

Direct Note Access – Melodyne

DNA Direct Note Access™ is the technology which allows to identify and edit individual notes in the polyphonic material. The unique access that Melodyne™ has long offered to the pitch, timing, duration and other parameters of notes in the monophonic material is now...

Auto-Tune

 Missing the note   Few singers are perfect. sometimes, the pitch of their vocal slightly misses the exact note they are trying to hit. If they are little out of tune, the vocal track can still be rescued – or ruined, depending on one’s point of view....

Vocoder

Vocoder history   The vocoder (voice coder) derives from work in the telecommunications field to compress the human voice for more efficient transmitting over the telephone line. Bell Labs, among other companies, was working on vocoder technology back in 1950`s....