By Amit Sachdeva, Senior Sound Engineer, Musicloudstudio & Technology
We shall discuss in detail the types of compressor and color in Part 2 of this blog.
How does a compressor contribute to achieving an outstanding mix? Let’s delve into the fundamentals.
Compressors primarily serve the role of managing the dynamic range of an audio signal, which involves controlling the signal level beyond a specified threshold. To put it simply, dynamic range refers to the difference between the loudest and softest parts of an audio signal.
With the development of digital technology over the last few decades, the art of sound recording has undergone a revolutionary upheaval. Digital Sound Recording Technology has brought drastic changes in the way we capture, manipulate, explore, and experience sound.
Digital sound recording began its journey in the 1970s when early digital audio technologies emerged. The first commercially available digital audio recording system, the Sound stream, was introduced in 1977. This innovation utilized a digital tape recorder and marked a significant change from conventional analog recording methods and techniques.
Written by Jeevan T Joy , Music Programmer & Arranger, Keyboardist
Music production encompasses a wide range of processes involved in creating a song or background score, including composing, arranging, recording, mixing, and mastering. However, the approach to these processes can vary depending on the genre of music. Each genre has its own distinct characteristics, instrumentation, and production techniques that contribute to its unique sound. Let us have a glimpse on how to approach the music production for each genres in Music
When I established “Musicloudstudio & Technology,” a startup offering music production services to corporates and independent artists, I encountered several challenges in the process of defining, ideating, creating, and gaining acceptance. Drawing from my project management experience in the IT field, I found ways to leverage Agile and Waterfall frameworks as the backbone of my music production and people management processes, forming what I refer to as “Mugility.”
Mugility is a hybrid model inspired by the principles of Disciplined Agile, tailored specifically to the unique needs of the music industry. It provides a structured approach that guides us from the initial stages to the final delivery of music projects.