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Amin Asbaghipour

The Tuco Compressor is based on vari-mu tube technology with feedback topology. Although it has similar characteristics to the classic Fairchild compressor, it is truly a different beast. With some added features this affordable plugin that is available on Windows and Mac OS, in AAX, AU, VST 2.4, and VST 3 versions, packs a punch. …

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Written By William Robertson Intro We are, for most of us, all getting stuck at home. Far away from studios where you canhave all the studio gear you want to express our creativity without limits. We are, for most of us, stuck with our laptop, our favorite instruments maybe (often thefirst one we started with), …

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BY MATTHEW SIM 1. Once you engage it, it already has the tube character, with a little bit of tube buzz, which is refreshing on certain things. It gives that analog vibe. 2. On transient heavy instruments (e.g. kick, snare, toms, percussion), I love to use the Tuco compressor in mode 1 (slow attack) and …

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BY: LIC. EZEQUIEL MORFI | TITANIO CONCLUSION DITHERING and its siblings NOISE-SHAPING and AUTO-BLANKING are subjects of profound although often mistaken discussion, both in formal literature as well as in casual forum debates, and constitute subjects and procedures that need to be understood and mastered by the audio engineer, most especially in our current times of …

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The new technology in audio recording and mixing is amazing. A new parade of plugins, consoles and outboard emulations appeared in the last few years to revolutionize the field and help us. Personally, what I like most from the modern audio recording process is the flexibility that it gives us. The chance to combine different …

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BY: LIC. EZEQUIEL MORFI | TITANIO FLOATING-POINT CALCULATIONS Today’s digital processing is entirely accomplished using FLOATING-POINT mathematical calculations in a single-precision format consisting of 32 bits (informally called “floats”), a double-precision format of 64 bits (“double- floats”) or even in some cases the extended-precision format of 80 bits (“long- floats”). Unlike the fixed-point format, floating-point …

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By Matthew Sim In recent decades, while everyone is chasing for the bright yet smooth pop vocal tone that competes on the radio, we tend to overlook the other side of the spectrum. Warm vocals are still sought after in soul/r&b, folk, ballads, country, and sometimes pop music also! Especially in Asia, where I worked …

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By Taylor Chambers Preparation – The things often forgotten. Preparation is key! Before jumping into the vocal mixing processes, you can assist in making this process easier for yourself (and everybody involved), if you take the following factors into consideration as it will ensure optimum results. You won’t only get quicker results, but better-quality results. …

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By: LIC. EZEQUIEL MORFI | TITANIO General CONCEPTS Much has been said about DITHERING and the purposes of its implementation. While some of the statements are indeed true, often times the analogies or other means of illustration for what really goes on behind the scenes end up forming the actual definition and conception that engineers …

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BY Matt Greco It’s tough in a lot of modern pop music to find space especially as productions grow larger in what seems like a never-ending quest. I’m all about a big beautiful production but instead of adding more instruments or vocals, how about stripping things down? I know this isn’t a new idea but …

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