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Steps: Select music Rehearse music Record music. Not unusual to have several takes of each piece. Mix. Cut and glue together best parts of takes. Master. Apply EQ, dynamics. Add metadate. Export in required format. Create visual art. Needs at least an "album front". Preferrably video today. Publish. Equipment: Musician Piano Room Microphones and ...


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Turning my rambling comments into an actual answer… It would probably be simpler & safer to run fast covid testing on-site. Keep everybody outside & separated until they get the all-clear. Extra-safe, make everybody take tests 2 & 4 days before production, then again on the day. Self-isolate in between. That's how the movie industry is staying ...


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Well, the first reading when you make a kick rumble is to just add some reverb to the low end of the kick.. now the tricky part is that there are so many ways to do it and so many outcomes in the end. The kick I'm listening to in this track you're posting, is definately a reverberated Kick Drum. There are many ways to add reverb to a kick, someone could ...


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If the input is analog but you still get a delay, it's likely the amplifier does an AD conversion on its inputs. In that case, you'd need to use a different amplifier you are certain is analog.


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I doubt any two people do it the same way, but ultimately it comes down to practise, practise & more practise. Remember the old adage, that it takes 10,000 hours to become expert at something. [That's 5 years, working a 40-hour week] Personally, I spent 7 years as a jobbing musician before ever touching a recording desk. I then started with what at the ...


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Like Mark said, you can't. Mixing audio is literally adding the samples together at each moment in time to produce a single result. That works whether it's digital numbers, analog voltage, or acoustic air pressure. So "unmixing" a track is like taking the number 273 and figuring out what two numbers were originally added to get it. You can't do that. ...


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Best practise these days when considering content normalization is not to normalize to an arbitrary peak level, but to consider programme content and overall loudness when conducting normalization activities. There are two areas of loudness that need to be considered: Integrated loudness - Integrated loudness measurement (in LUFS) made according to ITU-...


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