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Canadian Musician

Part III: Post-Production And Beyond

作     者:Linderman, James harmonyhouse@rogers.com 

出 版 物:《Canadian Musician》 

年 卷 期:2006年第28卷第2期

页      面:59-59页

学科分类:13[艺术学] 1302[艺术学-音乐与舞蹈学] 

主  题:DEMO recordings MUSICIANS SOUND recordings MUSIC MUSIC publishing SOUND recording industry 

摘      要:The article presents information on demo recording as a post production process in the music publishing. It reflects that there are many ways to record songs that inspire variations on the methods and are many kinds of studios and operators, which demands some conditions. If the tracks start to lose their definition the singer can always go back to where it last sounded good and start again from there. When the volumes are set, the singer can determine if any of the tracks need some extra presence by adding compression. If each instrument requires its own reverb setting, one can go for that but there is an option of just adding reverb globally to the final mix.

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