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You've probably heard the term stems in the context of music production - probably in the context of mastering. In this post, you'll learn all about stems and how they can help you make your music productions more efficient.
Headroom is not only extremely important for mastering engineers, but also for anyone who wants to buy an amplifier or record their songs at home. Here you can find out everything you need to know about headroom as a musician and producer.
Have you always wondered what AutoTune is and how it works so you can use it in your productions? Here you'll learn everything about pitch correction - explained with practical examples.
Choosing a bass amplifier is a difficult but exciting process. The variety of offers is huge and there are good amps in every price range. In this post, I tell you all about the different types and compare the best models in each segment.
808s have a long history in music, especially in hip-hop. In this article you'll learn all about the legendary Roland TR-808 and the development of this drum machine over the years.
You want to learn everything about the flanger effect to be able to use it effectively in your music productions? Then this article is just right for you.
Choosing an electric bass is extremely important for every bassist. There are thousands of models on the market, with different designs and sound characteristics. I am a bass player myself and in this article I will compare the best electric basses on the market.
Audio mixing is the penultimate process in music production, taking place after recording and before mastering. In this article, I will explain my mixing workflow step by step.
The treble clef is the best known and most commonly used clef. In this post, I explain everything you need to know about it and give you a few tricks on how to memorise the notes.
Choosing an electric guitar can be difficult with so many models available on the market. In this article, I'll compare the best models in history and always give you an affordable alternative to make your choice easier.
Musical symbols enable us humans to interpret and write down the music. They form the "language" of music. Although nowadays it is no longer necessary to be able to read music in order to produce music, it can be helpful to have some basic knowledge.
Have you ever been listening to music when suddenly the next song starts and it's so loud that you have to turn down the volume? Or the other way around: you have to turn up the volume so that the new song sounds as loud as the old one.