Let’s talk about the basic fundamentals of what a compressor does. After you record audio into your DAW, transients are created. Often referred to as audio track, wav form or region. Since we are humans and not robots, there’s no way we can record audio at a consistent volume rate during the length of recording. It’s impossible. The job of a compressor is what compresses the signal peeks and raise the lower sounding transients in the audio. This is why you will hear the term “GLUE” in our video.
Unboxing AKAI MPK Mini MKII I had the opportunity to unbox a really kool midi keyboard device designed by Akai. This 25 key keyboard is light weight and small enough to fit in most backpacks. I was contemplating on purchasing this thing because it seemed like a toy at first but after playing with it […]
Let’s talk about gliding. Gliding is basically pitch bending. Most keyboards have a pitch bend function of some sort usually located on the left side. You can tune anything by moving the pitch bend wheel upwards or downwards. Kool thing about this is that you can automate this function via automation. We do it all […]