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Sound Design & Editing with Logitech G13 - Visionary Sound

Sound Design & Editing with Logitech G13 - Visionary Sound | Audio Mastering News | Scoop.it
Using the Logitech G13 in a sound design and sound editing workflow.

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Hugo V. Monteiro's curator insight, May 8, 2014 12:11 PM

Never thought about this but is really an excellent idea, using game keyboards and gamepads for Audio editing in a DAW. Saw this mentioned in a interview with Alan Edward Bell (movie editor - ex: The Hunger Games) - Website @ http://alanedwardbell.com/wordpress/

 

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The Recording Guitarist: Mic Makes Right

The Recording Guitarist: Mic Makes Right | Audio Mastering News | Scoop.it

Recording guitars is an awful lot like playing them: You can learn the basics in a ridiculously short time, but still feel like a dunce after decades of practice.

 

 


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Charlie Dare's curator insight, March 11, 2014 10:53 PM
Some more insights in to getting the recording sound right..
Charlie Dare's curator insight, April 2, 2014 5:48 AM
Mic makes right ~
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How to Create Rich Depth with Doubling Techniques

How to Create Rich Depth with Doubling Techniques | Audio Mastering News | Scoop.it
Depth by doubling. You can hear it in almost any song. Big, booming guitars and wide chorus vocals are just some of the most popular times that double tracking

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Charlie Dare's curator insight, July 20, 2013 12:32 PM

Double tracking adding depth to the final sound ~

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How Google Glass Could Revolutionize The Music Industry

How Google Glass Could Revolutionize The Music Industry | Audio Mastering News | Scoop.it
Young Guru, sound engineer to artists like Jay Z, believes headsets like Glass could allow musicians to continue working with collaborators even while...

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