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What exactly IS sound?

So I’ve decided to augment my reading of Mixing a Musical with Sound and Music for the Theatre by Deena Kaye and James Lebrecht, with help from David Budries (whom I’ve worked with). 412 more words

Psychoacoustics and the auditory masking phenomenon

Happy New Year dear fellow geeks!

Many new year celebrations around the world involve at some point listening to the national anthem, or any other background music. 664 more words

Signals And Systems

EQ 4 TJ: Getting the Best Sound out of Your Tango Records

INTRODUCTION

This article is about a simple and effective technique for getting the best sound out of your tango recordings. More specifically, we are targeting the electric recording era, from 1926 to 1949. 4,655 more words

LOOK AT A FELDMAN - LISTEN TO A ROTHKO!

The power of music, every so often, astonishes me in its capacity to make us transcend reality and pull us into the depths of our souls, our inner world. 993 more words

20th Century Music

The Haas Effect

Whilst browsing the internet on a lazy afternoon I came across an interesting effect that pulled in my curiosity. It’s called the Haas effect, or it’s also known by the precedence effect. 551 more words

Audio

Of Colorspaces and Image Compression (Part I)

The art of lossy compression consists almost entirely in choosing a representation for your data in which you can easily figure out what data to destroy. 885 more words

Algorithms

Focus group feedback to 'Reassembled...' (Sept 14)

The development of Reassembled, Slightly Askew continues, with one more focus group held this month, in the same format as the one held in May… 438 more words

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