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    You can't

    Phase cancellation occures when 2 frequencies are the exact oposite of each other (or close). The only thing you can do is remove one of the frequencies, by eqing or simply removing.
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    practise and experience.

    Practise and experience, that's all there is to it. Like KasioRoks says.. after a while you simply know at wich frequency to cut or boost a bit to raise some snappyness in a snaredrum for instance....
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    one word.. experience. you can have a zillion...

    one word.. experience.

    you can have a zillion mastering devices and software tools to pollish your music, but in the end it comes down to personal experience, good and trained hearing and a solid...
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    cubase ain't the industry standard.. that's pro...

    cubase ain't the industry standard.. that's pro tools. and pro tools is a finetuned version for audio. (lacks a good MIDI part though.). Cubase only got audio from version 3 and has been fintuned and...
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    It has been a long time..... but here you go.. ...

    It has been a long time..... but here you go..



    it's not because you set up memory per channel you are buffering audio. In fact you are buffering your processors calculations (wich is the one...
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    compared to cubase .. Reason is uttermost crap,...

    compared to cubase .. Reason is uttermost crap, but then again go with reason (trust me on this.) you can always expand to cubase later on. Reason is a good prog for beginners and covers all the...
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    because that's the nature of distortion. if you...

    because that's the nature of distortion. if you put bass and drums through the same distortion the pedal is gonna act like a compressor and push the silent signal away, this combined with the...
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    Absynth IS awsome, probablly one of the best soft...

    Absynth IS awsome, probablly one of the best soft synths on Mac.

    Waldorf PPG Wave: I love this one. Very eighties sounding, so if you're into that. It's a wavetable synth so that's a bit of an...
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    Most DAT recorders do have balanced inputs. See...

    Most DAT recorders do have balanced inputs. See the manual to make sure.

    Yes you want to record balanced as it eliminates all cable noise or interference that the cable could generate. This is...
  10. Thread: Your Music !

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    here you go (http://www.ampcast.com/inocybe) ...

    here you go

    Hope you like it.
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    Get a sampler. I think you'll better go for a...

    Get a sampler. I think you'll better go for a hardware version, keep in mind that software crashes, eats up resources etc... well a sampler gives you all the drums you want. Especially for drum and...
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    depends on what you're after of course. A little...

    depends on what you're after of course. A little direction in style could be helpfull.

    i'll go for the Roland R8. lovely machine..
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    First of all Cubase doesn't load its audio in...

    First of all Cubase doesn't load its audio in RAM. It is played directly from disk. So having 30 tracks playing at once gives you about 2.5MB/sec (or 150MB/minute) data transfer from your HD, read...
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    well ... it's not wrongly connected. Get...

    well ... it's not wrongly connected.



    Get your hands on a parametric EQ to surgically attack certain problems if needed. A 30 Band Equalizer and compressor should take care of the whole thing....
  15. I'm not a mic specialist but here it goes. YOU...

    I'm not a mic specialist but here it goes.

    YOU WILL NEED A PRE-AMP. (i stress on this, the build in one in your puter is where your lack of quallity mainly comes from !!!) Wheter you use a small...
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    soma advice do what you want with it.

    Ditch the 505 it's basiclly crap. they're not exactly known for their flexebillity and sound quallity. In a studio situation when compared to a decent synth they tend to fall out rather weak. As you...
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    I've tried it, it doesn't worked. Maybe other...

    I've tried it, it doesn't worked. Maybe other brands do work. (I believe I saw it once, not sure though.) You should try it, the best is to find a store where they have those things and ask if you...
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    sorry to tell you, but you are basically ****ed...

    sorry to tell you, but you are basically ****ed with the MC303. whenever it comes to MIDI implementation it sucks big time. (That's why i sold mine.. well one of the zillion other reasons.. buth I...
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    first let's get things straight... First and...

    first let's get things straight...

    First and for all a sequencer is used for MIDI data, wich is NOT audio. Getting an external sequencer will NOT make your puters life easier, nor yours as...
  20. Thread: Beat matching

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    i suppose you don't want micky mouse vocals so...

    i suppose you don't want micky mouse vocals so get some software wich lets you timestretch and pitch-shift. (it will let you speed up or slow down audio without changing the pitch. Or it will let you...
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