Spice up Your Synth Leads With a Phaser

Spice up Your Synth Leads With a Phaser

The phaser effect can be often overlooked in modern music production. However, it deserves a rightful place when it comes to coloring sound. In essence, it filters the audio signal by creating a series of peaks and troughs in the frequency spectrum. The positions...
Huge Guitar Sound Using a Doubling Effect

Huge Guitar Sound Using a Doubling Effect

Double-tracking, or just doubling, is a technique in which a second identical take of a performance is recorded on top of the first. The purpose is usually to produce a stronger or bigger sound than can be obtained with a single take. It’s a form of overdubbing....
How to Recover Sub Frequencies

How to Recover Sub Frequencies

Sub-bass sounds are deep and low-register, approximately below 60 Hz (C2 in scientific pitch notation) and extending downward to include the lowest frequency humans can hear, at about 20 Hz. In this range, human hearing is not very sensitive, so sounds in this range...
Utilizing Spatial Enhancement

Utilizing Spatial Enhancement

  Today, there are a lot of techniques for stereo spreading the audio signal. In earlier tutorials, we had covered some of them. However, since modern technologies in the audio production realm are continually advancing, new plugins are emerging on a daily basis....