Learn more about this often misunderstood tool, which mixing engineers and bedroom producers alike can utilize to full effect.
Looking to get started mastering your own tracks? It’s going to take a lot of tries, but here’s some helpful info on using EQ as a start.
Taken from our course on advanced synthesis, this lesson provides a basic understanding of the acoustic science terms behind FM synthesis.
Bass frequencies can really mess up your mix, here’s why, how, and what you can do about it whether you’re mixing or mastering your audio.
Understanding the differences between these two types of Equalization can help you sculpt your mixes like a radio-ready professional.
What does that mean? It means not having to rely on engineers for clarity in your vocals, and taking control of the way your voice is mixed.
If you find yourself dealing with different guitar signals, here’s a primer on how to EQ acoustics versus electrics in your mix.
Some handy information on how headphone speakers produce sound, and what to consider when choosing new pairs for your audio usage.
Producing your own vocal tracks at home? Learn more about how human vocal frequencies work in order to manipulate how they sound in your tracks.
15 minutes of math and learning about frequency divisions can help you understand for good why your guitar may never fundamentally be in tune.