This new plug-in (free until October 31st, 2017) is a superior equalizer that is based on the way humans hear (the Mel Scale). It's elegant and natural and has a great Match EQ feature. In this tutorial we'll show you how to match the EQ from one song to another, make two tracks sound like they came from the same source, and how to apply inverse EQ curves for mixing.
Perfect for mixing and mastering, EQuivocate uses filters which are modeled on the human ear. Each of the 26 critical bands tickles a different part of your inner ear, making any combination of settings sound as natural as possible. Combining this with a linear-phase filter shape that reduces pre-echo makes EQuivocate an EQ with a difference you can hear.
From now until October 31st, 2017 you can download it for free!
In this article we wrote for American Music Supply, we discuss Gain Staging. Regardless if you are a musician or an engineer, you need to know how to properly gain-stage your gear. This involves getting the right levels at each stage of your signal flow. Without a healthy signal at each step in your set-up, you risk the onset of unwanted noise. Read up to learn about headroom and how to properly set up your gear for improved signal-to-noise ratios.
We created some charts for American Musical Supply that demystify each of the different types of digital cables. If you've ever wondered which has the fastest transfer rate, or how many channels each is capable of, look no further!
We wrote this article for American Musical Supply for those looking to upgrade their live sound rig. The mixing console is the brain of the system, why not give it a higher IQ? We touch on digital signal processing, expandability, and recording features. Check it out and let us know what you think.
We created a track using only Eventide UltraTap on every channel, no other effects. We explore Ableton Live's automation envelopes to create dynamic changes in the track.
Eventide has a brand new plug-in called UltraTap and until the end of the month it's only $49! Ported over from their award-winning H9 guitar pedal, UltraTap sounds great on all instruments. Multi-tap delays, swelling reverbs, modulated glitchy effects, chorus, you name it. We made this video to showcase The Ribbon & HotSwitch which can be used in real time for effect morphing.
For those in the broadcast field, check out the Whirlwind THS series of sports announcer boxes. Each is equipped with different variations of talkback, as well as left and right headphone panning and amplification. These are a must have for anybody announcing in front of a live audience or podcast.
We recently wrote this article on the history of EDM. If you're looking to create electronic dance music, know your history.
We recently wrote this article for American Music Supply which can be used as a resource for beginners just starting to record at home. From cables to speakers, this will guide you on your path to creating your first hit record.