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Harmony Basics – Part 47

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In the previous article, I introduced you to modal harmony and recovered, with a slight change of perspective, the concepts of mode, scale and key you saw at the beginning of this series. Before continuing with technical explanations, I thought it would be interesting to put forth some brief historical and philosophical considerations about modes… Read more on Audiofanzine

The ultimate guide to audio recording – Part 76

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“S**t, I forgot that!” Have you ever had that feeling when you came out of a test or an important interview? I bet you have, surely at least the “s**t” part… Well that’s exactly what I thought a couple of days ago regarding the chapter dedicated to electric guitar… Fortunately, the publication rhythm of the series gives me the opportunity to set the record straight in a more or less elegant way. So, today I will tackle the matter of amp guitars in a home studio. Better late than never!.. Read more on Audiofanzine

The top entry-level modeling combos for guitar

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Whether you’re just starting out with the guitar or you’re simply looking for an affordable and practical tool, modeling combos are an attractive alternative to amplify your instrument. All major brands have their own models and the offer is huge, so it’s not easy to choose one! That’s why we asked our French community to vote for their favorites and, as usual, we decided to share the results with you. Our selection includes popular models that are still available for sale. Don’t hesitate adding to this list by contributing in the comments!.. Read more on Audiofanzine

Harmony Basics – Part 46

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Today I invite you to continue on this harmonic trip with a completely new topic. But it’s not just any topic! In fact, it might just shatter some of your most deeply entrenched beliefs and fundamental certainties regarding harmony! Let me introduce you to modes and modal harmony!.. Read more on Audiofanzine

Sound designer Scott Gershin talks tools, techniques and trends

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Scott Gershin is one of the top sound designers working today. He’s been creating sounds for over 30 years and has a credit list a mile long, which includes films such as Nightcrawler, Pacific Rim, Hellboy 2, Star Trek, American Beauty, and Shrek, among many others. His game credits include Doom (2016), Resident Evil, Epic Mickey, Gears of War, Resident Evil and Fable. These days, Gershin is Creative Director/ Director of Editorial at Technicolor and is the leader of its Sound Lab team… Read more on Audiofanzine

Over 150 free software tools to make music

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Making music with your computer when you don’t have a penny is possible. And to prove our point here you have 150+ free software tools many of which don’t have anything to envy their paid counterparts… Read more on Audiofanzine

Harmony Basics – Part 45

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As you already saw, due to orchestration (delegating the root to the instrument carrying the bass line) or simplification (making voicings lighter), you can take away all sort of notes from your voicings, according to your needs. At the same time, in the last couple of articles, I have striven to present to you more concrete examples of the theoretical concepts we’ve seen, with a practical application on the piano. This necessarily leads to new forms of voicing modifications. And, as you’ll see, chord progressions on the piano were never so easy!.. Read more on Audiofanzine

The ultimate guide to audio recording – Part 75

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When you talk about electric guitar, it’s inevitable to think about the instrument and an amp. To the point that when you mention “direct recording” to some guitar players, they cry “heresy!” and shun it as a sort of safety net for budding audio engineers. And yet, many legendary tracks include guitar parts recorded sending the guitar signal directly into the console, without going into an amp. And we are talking about thousands of records! Here’s a non-exhaustive list….. Read more on Audiofanzine

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