Widen Your Drum Loops With a Frequency Shifter

Widen Your Drum Loops With a Frequency Shifter

Frequency Shifter raises or lowers the frequency of an input signal using a complex amplitude modulation-like technique. Unlike the pitch shifter, it does not preserve the harmonic relationships between the various tones and harmonics in the input signal. In the next...

Amplitude Panning

Amplitude panning originates from stereophony, initially developed by Blumlein in the early 1930s. In essence, this system transforms the phase and amplitude difference of a signal recorded by stereophonic reception systems (mic stereo pairs, or the ears for that...

A/B Stereo Recording Technique

The A/B stereo recording technique is also known as “Spaced Pair”. It involves two microphones positioned anywhere from 3 to 10 feet apart, meant to capture the same sound source. The distance between them will create time-of-arrival (phase) and level...

Modeling Amplifiers for Guitar

Modeling amplifiers look like conventional guitar amplifiers but are primarily designed to emulate the sound of well-known modern and vintage amplification gear. They come in diverse speaker configurations and are able to provide a variety of sound at any...
Add Interest to Drum Loops With Reverb

Add Interest to Drum Loops With Reverb

Reverb is one of the most versatile effects out there. You can use it as an insert effect, on a return bus, and in many other creative ways. It gives space, depth, color, and many other attributes to every processed audio. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use...