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Stereo miking techniques (Part.2)

Écrit par MixCorner le 4 avril 2018, in - Audio - Dossier - Technique .
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This article is the second part of my serie about stereo recording techniques. Today, we’ll discuss ORFT and AB recording techniques.

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Stereo Miking Techniques (Part.1)

Écrit par MixCorner le 26 mars 2018, in - Audio - Dossier - Technique .
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Regarding the stereo recording techniques, there are different ways to proceed according to the type of microphones used. However, they all are based on the following 2 concepts : Intensity stereo (...)

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Logic Pro and Stereo Files (Part.2)

Écrit par MixCorner le 16 mars 2018, in - Audio - Dossier - Logic Pro X .
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Let’s start for the second part on “Stereo Files in Logic”. We’ll consider how Logic Pro manages this point and the plugins available to shape this aspect.
SOME PRELIMINARY INFORMATION ON LOGIC’S CONSOLE (...)

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Audio formats (Part.2)

Écrit par MixCorner le 4 mars 2018, in - Audio - Dossier .
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Last time we’ve covered the domain of “Lossy” formats, which present the disadvantage to induce an effect on the audio file’s integrity. For example, if someone makes the conversion from a “.wav” audio file (...)

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What is Sample Rate in Audio ?

Écrit par MixCorner le 27 février 2017, in - Audio - Technique .
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« Sample rate » is omnipresent in the fields of digital audio. It is mentioned in any of the audio interface’s technical sheets. Let’s see what does it mean.

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Mixbus 32C vs UAD-2 Harrison 32C

Écrit par MixCorner le 15 février 2017, in - Audio - Plugins - Test .
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Harrison has released a special version of its software Mixbus, renamed Mixbus 32C. The main difference (the only one ?) found consists in the emulation of the famous channel-strip of the Harrison mythical (...)

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Use Logic Pro X’s Drummer in multi outputs mode

Écrit par MixCorner le 3 octobre 2016, in - DAW - Logic Pro X - Trucs et astuces .
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If you’re a user of the excellent « Drummer » from Logic to create the drums lines of your compositions, you probably have noticed that the tracks are « by default » generated under a stereo format. When you (...)

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SoundFlower (Part.3) - Update

Écrit par MixCorner le 28 septembre 2016, in - Audio - Dossier - Technique .
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Due to frequent Mac OS updates released by Apple, there was a need for modifications regarding the Soundflower’s article we’ve published some times ago.
SOUNDFLOWER AND THE RECENT MAC OSX’S VERSIONS
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SoundFlower (Part.2)

Écrit par MixCorner le 23 septembre 2016, in - Audio - Dossier - Technique .
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Some time ago, we’ve had a look at the software « Soundflower » and its basic functions. Today, we’ll see what can be done with this useful and very potent freeware that would merit to be a « must have « for everyone working in the fields of audio.

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Logic Pro and Stereo Files (Part.1)

Écrit par MixCorner le 28 mai 2016, in - Audio - Dossier - Logic Pro X .
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In the « Audio » domain, an interleaved stereo file means that both channels of the stereo file are included together into a single file. Interleaved stereo files are the most common format found, however in (...)

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