This post investigates the style of music known as Dub, which was an early form of electronic dance music. In the late 1960s, artists like King Tubby and Scratch Perry began creating alternative versions of existing reggae songs by rearranging sounds within multi-track recordings. This innovation, now called remixing, marked the birth of dub.
This blog post examines mixing and mastering. Methods for both processes are explained, and the goals for each are inspected. Topics covered include decibels, loudness, panning, balance, multi-tracking, effects, and editing.
This post covers the definition and history of audio recording. It introduces the concepts, explains the formats, and inspects the techniques used by sound engineers to capture and produce professional audio.
This blog post covers the art and craft of audio editing. It explains how author, Brian Jump, came to be an adept editor, and it describes the basic editing capabilities of Studio One.
This blog post discusses the anatomy of the ear, the perils of hearing loss, and the methods of active listening. Also covered are strategies for hearing protection and details about the art and craft of music production.
If you are interested in music technology as a career, then this blog post will be useful to you. It covers activities, like audio recording, devices like synthesizers, and concepts like AI-enabled composition. It is introductory in nature and designed to help you decide which area of this field you like best.