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If you are willing to learn major and minor scales, and Basic Chords on a keyboard, you can do so by applying these simple formulas. W = Whole Step H = Half Step Major Scale: W W H W W W H Minor Scale: W H W W H W W You Can Build 12 Major and 12 Minor Scales by applying the above said Formulas Now Major Scale is 1st note + 3rd note + 5th note Minor ...


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This is definitely more than enough to serve for both music production and software development(This specs overkill many, maybe any Mac machines). But depends on the software you want to use to produce music, if you plan to use ProTools or Ableton Live it's okay to use Windows. If you want to use Mac-specific software like Logic Pro X or Garageband you'll ...


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Even if you are referring to just 'Theater' only, the range is very wide. When I worked in our small town (100 000 inh.) opera house there was a SM in the original sense of the word. Small equipment - for athmos or sound-effect playback on the fly. Light- and Sound-desk all backstage right behind the curtain. But later in the big cities I found impressive ...


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Touring bands with a large budget and an elaborately produced show can have an entire production crew consisting of a production manager and a stage manager and a lighting manager, a video manager a sound manager and many more. The production manager would coordinate with the lighting manager and sound manager to be sure the "show" goes as planned. They ...


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Just a bit bout "Muddiness": Listening to your mixes (through good earphones), I can hear a bit of muddiness.. kind of.. "muddiness" .. obviously it's not a technical term but if I take it to mean indistinct and lacking in sharpness, almost like slightly blurred image .. Things that contribute to muddiness : Lack of very high end frequencies. ...


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Put generally, EQ in front of a compressor will change the way the compressor engages. This might be a good thing! Say you have an acoustic guitar track that's got some rumble in it. You put it through a comp->EQ and you're fighting it all the way. You put it through a high-pass EQ first to take the undesirable LF away first, and you get a far more ...


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After listening to the example mix, I have a few specific comments: there's a very strong likelihood that the monitoring is deficient. It is likely very hyped in the high end, and probably has a big hole in the low mids. It's likely that you mix very loud. Your mixes have a preponderance of very broad-band "large" synths, stacked on top of each other. ...



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