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Avoiding Clicks with Crossfading
by Scott R. Garrigus
http://www.digifreq.com
Someone recently asked me why every time they tried splicing two pieces of audio together they kept getting clicks in their audio. They also wanted to know how to eliminate the problem. [read more]
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Changing MIDI Controllers
by Scott R. Garrigus
http://www.digifreq.com
For example, you may want to convert some prerecorded MIDI modulation (#1) messages to MIDI volume (#7) messages for a little sound level experimentation. Most sequencers provide this functionality, but [read more]
Eliminating the lead vocal
by Scott R. Garrigus
http://www.digifreq.com
What I mean by the title 'Eliminating the Lead Vocal' is removing the main vocal part from a prerecorded song. Someone recently asked me if this was possible, and I [read more]
Extracting the Lead Vocal
by Scott R. Garrigus
http://www.digifreq.com
Well, some of you have asked if you can also do the opposite. That is to remove the backing tracks and just be left with the lead vocal part. The [read more]
Finding glitches with Sound Forge
by Scott R. Garrigus
http://www.digifreq.com
During a live recording, you can't go back and ask the performers to do it again. So if your live recording suffers any audio problems, you're stuck with fixing them [read more]
Fix up your MIDI
by Scott R. Garrigus
http://www.digifreq.com
If you find that your MIDI performances aren't quite as perfect as you'd like them to be, and the velocities of your notes are sometimes too soft or too loud, [read more]
Matching Echo with Tempo
by Scott R. Garrigus
http://www.digifreq.com
When adding an echo effect to audio or MIDI data, there may be times when you want the echo to be synchronized with the tempo of your song. To figure out [read more]
Using MIDI Control in Sonar
by Guillaume Jeulin
Blue Cat Audio
http://www.bluecataudio.com
This tutorial will help you understand how to use parameters MIDI control in Cakewalk Sonar. It is applicable to any DXi plug-in (MIDI enabled DirectX plug-in). Step By Step 01 - Insert [read more]
Using DXi plug-ins in Sony Vegas
by Guillaume Jeulin
Blue Cat Audio
http://www.bluecataudio.com
This tutorial will teach you how to use any DXi plug-in in Sony Vegas: Sony Vegas does not support MIDI automation, so if your plug-in supports the MIDI Dxi protocol, [read more]