Virtual Sound Technology

VST Stands for Virtual Studio Technology. There are three types of VST plug-ins: VST instruments: These plug-ins generate audio and are either virtual synthesizers or samplers. Many VST instruments emulate the appearance and sound of famous hardware synthesizers. Popular VSP instruments include Massive, FM8, Absynth, Sylenth 1, Reaktor, Gladiator, Vanguard, and Omnisphere. VST effects: Effects process audio…

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Monitors Shop

Studio Monitors : What’s the best for you?!    Do you want to set up your own home-studio and finally be able to record your own music? Getting some Studio Monitors would be a great place to start. As the name implies, studio monitors enable you to monitor and control the sound of your recordings.…

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Aka. Micing

Aka. Micing  Engineers have been discovering unique techniques for recording in stereo for decades. Most of us are familiar with two or three techniques, but there are well over a dozen great methods to choose from, each with its own particular strengths.with some nods and honorable mentions to a few others. Next time you need…

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Guitarisma

Guitarisma Have you ever wondered why guitarists seem so laid back and loose on stage? Some shredders even appear to be immortal, like the Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards. Maybe they just have access to really good doctors, but here’s another potential explanation: The axe might be as powerful as anything inside the medicine cabinet. Strapping…

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Pianology

Pianology How technology can assist an amateur or professional classical pianist? The task at hand right now is to discuss the advantages of practicing on a digital piano. Nothing said here is meant to imply that digital pianos are “better” than acoustic pianos. They both have advantages and disadvantages. Beyond the essentials of quality sound…

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