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7 Weird Mixing Terms And What They Mean

Guest post by Michael Hahn. This article originally appeared on Soundfly’s Flypaper

Engineers can get pretty fired up when they’re talking about mixing music. Your sound is a difficult thing to describe — throw in a layer of technical jargon and it can be downright frustrating just to talk about your tracks.

Fortunately, there are some common terms engineers use to help communicate mix issues and the qualities of sound. I’ll go through seven of the most common “odd” mixing terms, what they mean, and how to deal with the elements of your mix they refer to.

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How To Change Bitrate On MP3 Files

Wish to change the bitrate on your MP3 files? This may be beneficial if you must reduce the size of the MP3 information, as an example. A MP3 file at 320 kbps, the very best bitrate allowed for MP3 documents, could be reduced to 192 kbps so as to considerably lessen the measurement in the MP3 file.

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5 Suggestions For Decking Out Your Car's Audio System

Cars have come a long way from cassette players and out-of-tune radios. But there are always ways to deck out the audio system in your car. Here are just five ways to enrich your audio system and improve the sounds that you hear during your morning commute.

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7 Things You Need To Build A Portable Studio

A Musician that’s always in transit but needs to express himself will need some sort way to record or edit his music. In today’s day and age we have all of these Apps for our tablets and smartphones which are very handy. But sometimes we really need a computer based portable solution to a real studio setup.

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