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How to adjust the volume level of the track when the automation points are already set?(Ableton/Logic pro)
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To move the whole automation, you have to select the entire area of the automation first, then move it. BUT.. This is a common problem, that pretty much everyone solves the same way. Do not under ...

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Music drowning out singing
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If it was recorded with one microphone, there is no good way to rectify this problem. Vocals and guitars share the same frequencies, so EQ is out of the picture. Sorry.

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Battlefield 3 explosion "deaf" effect?
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Temporary deaf effects are done with a low pass filter on the sound, then a single high pitched sine wave to emulate the ringing. I am not sure how unity works, but when the player if deaf, use their ...

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Home Studio Echo Problem
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First off, if you have a hard floor like cement or wood or tile...get an area carpet. Otherwise, you need to use absorber panels. Generally acoustic studio treatment requires 3 devices....bass traps,...

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Can I sell 808 style drum sound library?
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Yes you can - if you recorded it. TR-808 is a synthesizer, and if you record or create any works with it, it is just like any other synthesizer.....you own the works. Also if you create 808 inspired ...

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Music Muffled nosie
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Use a low pass filter or EQ to remove high frequencies.

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How can I emulate this soulful synth sound?
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I think the essence of emulating it is in the chords and the effects. Probably 4 notes being played, a triad and a lower bass note. Then there is some mild plurality to the sound. That probably means ...

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How can I record sub-bass frequencies?
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Find a local music gear store that rents professional recording equipment. Tell them you want to rent their best kick drum condenser microphone and USB audio interface. Plug the kick drum mic into ...

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David Guetta Bang my head/This one's for you PLUCK
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That is a standard sort of pluck....nothing special at all. Sounds like a saw wave for the oscillator. Then use an ADSR envelope to control a low pass filter. Set the attack, sustain, and release of ...

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How to make this duck-sounding synth?
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That sound is not very complex...and certainly achievable. When emulating any synth sound, it will be a lot of trial and error tweaking. But here are some obvious facts for a starting point. The ...

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Miss Independent Synth
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The sound is created by a low pass filter sweeping up very quickly on the sound, creating a subtle, but distinct attack profile. Start with the detuned saw you were working on (this part is correct). ...

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How can I create this transition effect
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That is white noise with a subtle filter and volume sweep on in. Try a low pass filter on white noise with a 24db slope, and bump up the filter resonance a little under half way. Then slowly sweep it ...

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Zoom Q2HD for podcast-quality recordings?
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I think you could get great quality with your zoom device, and it will all come down to the room. So I think the living room is probably out of the question, but you can try it. To get a professional ...

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Looking for a certain synth
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That is just a high pitched saw wave with note glide on. Any synth can emulate it indistinguishably close.

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How can I make this Bassline like Boris Brejcha
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I think you should start with a saw wave. Then you have to modulate a low pass filter over it. Possibly with LFO or through manual automation. Then you need EQ and a distortion VST after the filter. ...

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Microphone that can stand a k70rgb brown keyboard
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An interface will not change anything. What are you using this mic for? Recording music, podcasts, or gaming? Do you need the most perfect vocal quality? The reason you hear your keyboard is because ...

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How to create the "dead jedi" sound effect
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It is a basic audio effect called reverberation. In audacity go to the effect tab and select reverb. There are lots of different types of reverbs, with lots of settings. You will have to use trial ...

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Should I use EQ before my Digital interface, Focursite?
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No it will not benefit. I don't understand why you would think the guitars sound "weak" if they are not clipping, but that is what mixing is for. Do they sound weak on the live monitor? Then turn up ...

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Game commentating with two microphone headsets
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The reason you can not record from both is because the headset with USB has a built in "sound card", and most programs only record from one sound device at a time. All usb microphones and headset ...

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How do I make my voice not echo in audacity?
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The best solution would be a microphone isolation shield. You can buy one like this, or even make one using plywood, insulation, and a fabric cover. https://www.amazon.ca/Pyle-PSMRS08-Microphone-...

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Creating that Techno Chord
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You are on the right track. You need to have an ADSR envelope sweeping a low pass filter. Keep tweaking with the cutoff position, envelope decay, and enveloping routing percentage to filter. With ...

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Add a reverb on my headset in live recording with a blue Yeti
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So as I understand you want to add effects on the "live monitoring" while not adding effects on the recording. This can be done. You just need to run the "live monitor out" of your yeti microphone ...

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middle east percussive sounds
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To synthesize percussion instruments, you need a synthesizer with two features. 1.Noise generator - you need white noise to synthesize transients, snares, and cymbals....basically all percussion. 2....

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Synths with different stereo spread / width?
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I have listened to the sound at 1:30. What we really need to understand is not the name of the effect you want, but the fundamental principal at work here. To get stereo width, you want to introduce ...

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How to create the Kygo Pluck?
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The majority of sound design in the electronic genres are simply applying ADSR envelopes to the volume and the filter cut-off of a synth. This sound (and all other nice electro plucks) are ALL about ...

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Is it possible to create a "Vocal Pad" with just synthesizers?
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Are you automating those band pass filters? The filters must move over time to get voice sounds. What software are you using? I achieve vowel like sounds in ableton by taking a synth and running it ...

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Is it possible to use frequency modulation synthesis to play human voice?
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No it isnt't. It would be a fools errand. FM synthesis uses one wave to modify another wave to create a more complex wave. The waveform component of the human voice is rather simple (the voice box). ...

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What makes low quality speakers become distorted when at high volume?
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Where as the other answers talk about technical measurements, they don't actual answer why sounds distort on speakers. This happens because of physical deformation of the cone, as well as travel ...

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How to make this descending pitch heavy sound?
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Oh man that sounds like the Camel Crusher plugin if I ever heard it! Try putting a square wave with a pitch envelope through Camel Crusher (or the next best thing).

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What is the point of a frequency response higher than 20 Hz to 20 kHz?
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Its simple really. Headphones are designed with components to sound the best in the audible frequency range. Sometimes certain headphone designs result in a frequency response that is above or below ...

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