There is nothing more annoying than receiving a mixed CD, putting it in your player, and not being able to skip to your favorite tracks. Unless the mix is amazing from beginning to end, chances are it won't be in anyone's CD player long. Do yourself and your fans a favor by tracking out your mix. Read on to learn the essential steps of tracking out your mix and help give your hard work some longevity.
Have you made recordings and after listening to them realized the volume is not on par with the other audio files in your collection? Fear not! This how-to will walk through turning up the volume of your recordings so they can compete with store bought tracks.
Are you ready to dig a little deeper and further optimize your Mac for live performance? Within the previous Mac optimizations article—Quick Mac Optimization for Live Performance—I walked you through a few basic system adjustments. This next article takes the Mac tweaks one step further by guiding you through advanced Mac optimizations and recommended application add-ons to help fine-tune your Mac for live performance.
Have a big gig this weekend and want to make sure everything goes off without a hitch? One of the easiest ways to ensure everything goes right during your set is to adjust your Mac for live performance. Whether you’re new to the world of Mac computers or a Mac veteran, optimizing your machine for use with resource intensive audio applications is quick, easy and highly recommended.
Mixing in key is an important factor when performing, depending on the type of music being played. Tracks that have harmonies and melodies in a specific key don't sound good when blended with similar tracks not in the same key. Fortunately, with the invention of key notation software, mixing in key, or harmonic mixing, has never been easier.