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Audio Compression!

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Guide to Mastering - The Music Espionage

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3. Masking Area for Bass and Guitar

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MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS – MICROPHONES http://www.themusicespionage.co.uk/manufacturers-specifications-microphones/

Manufacturers Specifications – Microphones - The Music Espionage

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MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS – MICROPHONES http://www.themusicespionage.co.uk/manufacturers-specifications-microphones/

Manufacturers Specifications – Microphones - The Music Espionage

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MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS – MICROPHONES http://www.themusicespionage.co.uk/manufacturers-specifications-microphones/

Manufacturers Specifications – Microphones - The Music Espionage

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The ‘Guide to Stereo Recording‘ will help you record using two or more audio channels at once. Basically, any stereo recording is placing two microphones carefully in strategically chosen locations relative to the sound source (the guy with long hair playing the guitar), these are then set to record simultaneously. Read more... http://www.themusicespionage.co.uk/guide-stereo-recording/

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MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS – ELECTRONICS As all Music “Techies” will tell you at some point you will need a basic understanding of what is happening in that speaker, that microphone, that pre-amp or even mixing desk. In Part one of these tutorials we cover Manufacturers Specifications – Electronics. Read more... http://www.themusicespionage.co.uk/manufacturers-specifications-electronics/

Manufacturers Specifications – Electronics - The Music Espionage

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Most common method for recording Kick Drums!

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