Mixing Is The Key To Professional Sound Quality For Your Music

Posted on: 29 August 2017

Producing music can be an expensive business, and if you are just getting started out, you might not be sure which expenses are necessary and which ones aren't. One of the key things to spend your production dollars on is sound mixing. Here's why: What Does Sound Mixing Cover? Sound mixing covers the integration of various musical tracks into one final product. For instance, you might have several takes of a track that needs to be mixed into a complete play-through of the song.
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4 Ways Adult Piano Students Can Improve Their Sight Reading Skills

Posted on: 17 April 2017

Younger piano students may have the advantage of time to learn and grow, but taking lessons as an adult--in some ways--can be just as advantageous. Since you aren't a parent forcing your kid to practice, you probably actually want to practice and spend your time wisely when you do. Many adults taking lessons especially want to get better at sight reading. If this is one of your main goals for piano lessons, here are four ways to improve that skill.
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Becoming A Hip Hop Recording Artist

Posted on: 13 April 2017

Becoming a hip hop recording artist is a dream that many people never take the chance to pursue. If you have a lot of talent and want to start showing the world your work, the best thing to do is take the first step towards getting your music out. You will first have to write and record a song to show people your sound. There are a few other things that you should consider for breaking into the hip hop music scene as well.
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Considerations When Hiring A Wedding DJ

Posted on: 12 April 2017

A well-choreographed wedding is a joy to see and a pleasure to attend. As a future bride and/or groom, you will work closely with your wedding planner and wedding DJ to schedule a timeline of events that you wish to include during your wedding. These events can include your entrance march, your marriage ceremony, the cutting of the wedding cake, your first dance as a bride and groom, a father-daughter dance, a mother-son dance, champagne toasts, custom entertainment by wedding guests, your last dance at the reception, and your departure to go on your honeymoon.
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