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Audio Engineering

WHY USING A MIXING TEMPLATE? In 2013 when I quit my job at NaCena Studios, I literally drove down the street and immediately started working as a mixing assistant at Ricardo Mosca’s private studio in São Paulo. While I was there, one of my responsibilities was to prepare the mixing sessions for him, ensuring all …

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A GUIDE TO MASTERING YOUR OWN MIX If you mix music, you’ve undoubtedly heard of mastering. It is a critical stage in the music-making process; one that should never be overlooked. But why is that? And what exactly is mastering, anyway? Is it something I can do myself, or something only an elite few truly …

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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: 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 SIM There’s plenty of information out there online for producers and engineers about audio mixing. But the majority of them are quite misleading. Like everyone else, I used to go through all the magazines, blogs, articles and youtube videos when I was young, trying to pick up all the “tricks” I can get …

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