Microphones are one of the most important elements in the recording chain and their character, characteristics and placement determine the quality of a recording.
Whether your music is purely electronically, or you are recording an entire live orchestra, you want to achieve the best sound possible, and your choice of the audio interface can make a big difference. For the music producer, the quality of playback and processing of the sound is critical. For the live recording musician, the number of inputs and the connections is probably the most important factors
Whether for high-fidelity playback or home cinema movies, the choice of speakers is crucial to the final quality of sound in your room. Without overshadowing the importance of connecting quality electronics (especially the amplifier), all experts agree that good speakers last longer than any other link in the chain. Therefore, they must be chosen wisely.
The headphones were created for a basic reason, to allow you to listen to music even very loudly, without disturbing others. Speaking of headphones, you'll obviously be likening them to a pair of portable speakers, mounted directly on your ears, and you'll probably be right. Each headset is just a scale speaker so that it can be applied to your ear.
Each time a sound is played simultaneously it is reflected and gives a secondary sound source. As sound reflections are a given that will always be present, the question arises as to which reflection is "right" and which is "wrong" so that the reflections do not alter the original source of playback.
Equalizers are the most common and useful processors. They are the necessary tools in the hands of the recorders to improve the sound and timbre of instruments and voices and to solve frequency problems that often exist during the recordings.
Mastering is the final sound processing, the optimization of a master whether it is a piece or the whole record, before it is released in production. But why does a master from the studio need some editing? Let's look at some reasons
Dj-ing is an art that has been evolving rapidly over the last 30 years. It all started in the 70's, when the concept of "beatmatching", the "rhythmic matching" of 2 pieces, that is, during the process of their alternation, first appeared.