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: Freeze & Export

SoundBridge Widgets: Freeze & Export

The next two features of the SoundBridge: DAW we’ll cover are “Freeze” & “Export”. By using these features, you can quickly bounce your audio or MIDI tracks, reduce your CPU usage and export your track when it’s done. The “Freeze” function is somewhat...

Spectrogram

What is an audio spectrogram?   An audio spectrogram is a visual representation of sound. Spectrogram, in general, is a time-varying spectral representation which shows the variation of spectral density of a signal with respect to time. Spectrograms (or...

Software Synthesizers – Soft Synths

What are Soft synths?   A software synthesizer, better known as a soft synth, is a generally speaking a computer program, or plugin that generates digital audio, usually for music. Computer software that can create sounds or music is not new. However, advances in...

Rompler

ROM and Sampler   A term ROMpler comes from a slang term given to sound modules that feature stock presets based on samples stored in ROM. They generally, lack in-depth synthesis technology and sampling capabilities. The term is a conjunction of the terms ROM and...