Common Studio FX and Plug-ins

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Common Studio FX and Plug-ins

  1. 1. Pre-production: Anything before mixing of the track, so normally Recording. Post-production: Anything after recording, mixing and mastering. ( MIDI track) Plug-in Instruments. ( Audio track) ‘ Bus ’ input receiving from elsewhere. Both Audio MIDI allow use of studio FX, e.g. Compression , Delay or EQ .
  2. 2. Limiter and Expender
  3. 3. The human brain is excellent at estimating exactly what environment it is located in purely from the sound of the reverb in that environment. Sound travels at 760mph ( 340 meters per-second ), roughly a foot each millisecond . Predelay = defines the distance of the first reflective surface. Defines the material within the room. Amount of FX within the Mix ( Wet/Dry ) EQ Setting, different frequencies behave differently in different acoustic spaces.
  4. 4. Time Parameters Sound Parameters Mix Envelope - Reverb is added to create a sense of space and distance.
  5. 5. Where else to you see ‘Q’ what important aspect of production?
  6. 6. http://documentation.apple.com/en/logicexpress/effects/

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