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Posted by in Music Lessons on September 10, 2011
If you trace music production audio effects history you will find that most audio effects are combined through the foundation of delay. Chorus, Phaser and Flanger, just to name a few, use delay to achieve its effects. Delays have been used in every audio recording since the early days of audio effects. It can make things sound bigger in a mix. They can also be used on mastering, mostly to fix stereo image problems, but doing it wrong can ruin your precious song, as we all know that too much of everything is not good.
They can be applied on anything, from instruments to vocals, but a lot of online music production lessons will tell you not to use it on bass instruments. A bass guitar can benefit with a subtle amount of delay, and for example, take a mono delay with eighth note delays can pump like a bass guitarist doing a straight eighth riff. To get the most out of ‘em use them in a send/Fx channel with an Eq cut at around 250MHz to 500MHz to remove any muddiness and add some bite at around 2KHz to 3KHz, and with this settings you create more space in your mix. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by in Music Lessons on September 7, 2011
Learning how to play a musical instrument or to develop one’s singing ability can take months of practice. According to research, it is very advantageous for a child to begin developing his or her musical abilities at a younger age. Not only because a child will develop his or her musical abilities, but he or she can also develop other positive skills.
Parents who enroll their children in music schools can help in the total development of their child. Even if a child chooses not to enter into a musical career, music lessons can provide a positive impact on the child’s development.
In taking up music lessons, there are other abilities that can be learned aside from learning music. One of the traits that can be developed is discipline. In learning music, it takes many hours of practice to become good. Others can take months and years to master it. One needs to develop self-discipline in order to succeed. The earlier a child begins to learn music, the earlier he or she starts to develop discipline within his or herself. Read the rest of this entry »