Posts Tagged ‘mixing’
Filmmaking using DSLR cameras has divided professionals, with purists pointing to the need for a separate external recording device and lots of fiddling in post as being a significant downside. The arrival of devices such as the 24-bit/96 kHz-capable Røde iXY microphone which is used in conjunction with an iPhone mounted in a camera’s ‘hot [...]
We’re often led to believe that the world’s rock glitterati are out squandering their cash on private jets and fast cars and lounging around their mansions counting their millions. But then we find out, no, they’re as prolific as ever, and re-visiting their back catalogues for our benefit. Today, we want you put your hands [...]
As we look forward to a warm Easter weekend of barbecues and lazy afternoons picnicking in the park here in the UK, and as they prepare to celebrate its 50th. birthday next year (it was originally released on May 11, 1964), The Beach Boys have been hard at work in the studio re-mixing their classic [...]
Extreme Music has launched a new cloud-based online tool that allows registered users to mix and manipulate tracks from the company’s extensive music library on the fly so that they can be made to suit a particular project.
Users can adjust the volume to individual elements of a track (vocals, drums, guitar, bass, etc.), change a [...]
I tuned into last Friday afternoon’s film review show on BBC 5 Live just as co-hosts Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode were listing the latter’s favourite 12 films of the year. Having “wrestled, and wrestled, and wrestled” to separate his top two, Dr. Kermode (he’s a Visiting Fellow at the University of Southampton) finally gave [...]