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Attack of the 808 (Vibrating Audio Sphere Mix)

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  1. May 31,  · mixing is particularly important for the radio. Tracks that sound heavy in a studio or club can sound empty on the radio, so sometimes it’s necessary to add 3 rd - or even higher-order harmonics using these techniques, to give the listener the impression of .
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  3. If you want to convey "room shaking bass" without destroying the low end of your mix, then put the "sound of the room shaking" right into the mix. Just get samples of stuff vibrating and layer them in gently under the mix whenever the big bass notes hit (maybe have a 16th note delay for extra realism). DIALOGUE SAMPLES: Ahh this old chestnut.
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  5. -1 The biggest thing that the sample is missing is an attack. Everything else you added will help the synthesized sound become even better once an attack is added, but without an attack, the sound won't ever sound convincingly like a piano. I don't believe your answer emphasizes the need for an attack enough to be helpful. – Kevin Jun 1 '
  6. The kick will provide the initial impact, while the will cover the sustain and body. You can use sidechain compression to make this happen. Here’s how: Add a compressor to the Route the kick into its sidechain input. Set the attack to its fastest value, so that every time the kick hits, the turns down momentarily.
  7. The vibrating disc vibrates and agitates the liquid to generate a mist or vapor that travels upwards towards the coupler In other words, the vibrating frequency of the vibration disc correlates to the particle size of the mist, with higher vibrations resulting in a smaller particle size.
  8. First, consider a very simple vibrating object – a tuning fork. When the tuning fork is struck, it begins to move back and forth. As the prong of the tuning fork vibrates outward (in Figure ), it pushes the air molecules right next to it, which results in a rise in air pressure corresponding to .

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