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This is a very opinion-based question and likely to get closed by the adult-supervisors here. But meanwhile.... Has stereo equipment CHANGED in the last 10 years? Certainly. It is hard to find any area of technology that has not changed over time. Has stereo equipment IMPROVED in the last 10 years? That is a different question. You could argue that ...


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Additive synthesis describes the process of combining (adding) sounds together to make new sounds, hence the term "additive". "add" ... you add stuff together. Subtractive synthesis describes the process of making new sounds by removing elements of a sound through processing such as filters, hence the term "subtractive". "subtract" - you remove stuff. Both ...


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The underlying sensor will be a piezo-electric pad which generates a voltage depending on the force presented to the pad. The generated voltage will then be converted to a midi note-on signal and an associated volume control level in the drum pads. There are various online tutorials available that will show how these can be made using piezo-electric pads ...


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The problem seems to be that you have connected a balanced mono output(XLR) to an unbalanced stereo input(3.5mm stereo jack). You need a sound card that accepts two balanced line-level inputs(XLR or TRS). The Startech 7.1 only has a stereo line-level input(unbalanced), and two microphone inputs(Mic-level). This isn't a professional sound card. I have ...


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I don't know how much this helps, but I started out by making beats using flstudio, which has some cool visual plug-ins that make it easier to internalize the function of all of the different tools and effects, and applying them to a track that I made felt like it made learning about them even more satisfying, so I thought that was a great introduction into ...


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