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Harmonic rules for the Aeolian and Locrian modes

July 19, 2018

The Aeolian mode 00:0000:00   00:0000:00   00:0000:00   Although you might be unaware, you already know the Aeolian mode pretty well, since it’s no ...

The art of dialog – Part 3

Auto-psy This will hardly come as breaking news, but many home studio owners work on their own and hence take on the roles of songwriter, ...

The art of dialog – Part 2

Psy-losophy This might surprise some of you, but for dialog to be truly useful, you need first of all to learn how to… listen! A ...

The community’s favorite commercial audio editors

Do note that the poll included only commercial software tools and we only considered generalist audio editors, which explains the absence of more specialized software ...

The art of dialog – Part 1

Psycho-logic Regardless of whether you have a professional or home studio, you must never forget, not for whom you work, but rather for what, or ...

Harmonic rules for the Phrygian, Lydian and Mixolydian modes

The Phrygian mode 00:0000:00   00:0000:00   00:0000:00 The Phrygian mode is the one that starts from the third degree of the scale. ]It’s associated ...

Punch In / Punch Out

In and out As usual, the concept behind the punch in/punch out recording technique is relatively simple. When you have an almost perfect take but ...

Harmonic rules for the Ionian and Dorian modes

Foreword Apart from the characteristic degrees we already mentioned, and which I allow myself to recall again for the sake of exhaustiveness, you will learn ...

Recording by parts – Part 2

Lego Technic As I told you last week, recording by parts consists in tracking separately the different sections of the same instrument when its sound ...

Other methods to identify modes

Parallel modes As you saw before, what distinguishes modes is their tonic (yes, the same tonic that defines a key), associated to a characteristic note ...

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