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Got this from my friend off twitter @VIVIANA_XVIII

I never heard of this dude before, but what he said is a gold mine of information.

Inspiration/Creativity/Motivation / Doctor P on Pensado's Place
« on: June 04, 2016, 06:41:31 pm »

i suggest you watch the entire video, they have some good bits of information about perspective and the creative process.

You Might Like... / Look it's dat boi!
« on: May 21, 2016, 06:21:02 am »
Oh shit whaddup?

For your health.

You Might Like... / Skream April Mix
« on: April 08, 2016, 12:36:54 am »

Mixing/Mastering / RMS style compression with PEAK compressor
« on: April 04, 2016, 09:07:05 pm »
I had a thought today and was wondering if you could get a PEAK compressor to work like an RMS compressor?

My theory is this; you'd need to have more signal going into the compressor with a low ratio. probably also a soft knee rather than a hard one.

I also tend to think that a higher attack and release setting would be needed to capture the average aspect of this particular theory.

Let me know if I've done goofed or if it's something that could work.

Mixing/Mastering / Loudness metering
« on: February 25, 2016, 02:06:15 am »
I had a conversation with an engineer for the local college campus i attend, and he said that my songs should be metered with -24 LUFS.

I've done a bit of reading, and the LUFS are directly proportional to decibels in terms of measurements.

I was wondering, why -24 LUFS in order to be heard on the radio?

Do they have their own "normalization" that is best optimized for radio projection?

Is this LUFS range only viable for radio?

How do I incorporate this into my mixing/self mastering?

Perhaps an expansion on the topic might be in order, since it is quite hot.

Sound Design / Saturation or distorted signals
« on: February 22, 2016, 03:06:50 pm »
A problem I noticed was that I wasn't quite getting the sounds to punch(not punchy) through and out of my speakers, unless the volume was really loud.

I was speaking to one of my friends the other day who also produces, and asked him about my basses not being "full enough". My ratio to the components in the mix sounded good, but I know that i can do a little more to get some more volume out of it (always been a struggle but now I can handle it properly).

He suggested that i use a saturation unit to bring out some of the more audible content. Also advised to have a low cut.

After experimenting, it seemed to have a very good overall result, and one that puts me where I want to be but, I have yet to dial it in.

I was wondering, after getting a satisfying mix, if by adding a controlled distortion/saturation unit on the buss(return), does that help generate a louder signal in terms of audible frequency?

And what frequency range should that bussed(return) distortion/saturation unit work best in?

Or is bussing(return) should be the technique to be best utilized?

Inspiration/Creativity/Motivation / Interview With Pinch and Benga
« on: February 12, 2016, 05:56:43 pm »

Very interesting insight if any thing a solid read on inspiration, creativity, and self awareness.

Suh dude?

Interesting read. It relates to creative hobbies and creative discoveries in science.

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