Category Archives: Software

Creating Sounds in ES P (Logic Pro X)

By Jon Martin Overview In this post, you will learn about how the parameters in the ES P virtual instrument in Logic Pro X can be used to shape a synthesized sound. Before beginning, confirm that your speakers or headphones … Continue reading

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Using libmapper for signal connections among visual programming projects

by Sam Walker-Kierluk In this age of innovation in the area of digital musical instruments, ever-increasing numbers of interested musicians and programmers are experimenting with the development of new and exciting pieces of hardware and software that are redefining what … Continue reading

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A reversed reverberating effect in 5 steps

by Sebastien Caron-Roy In this tutorial, I will explain how to create a reversed reverberating effect in 5 steps on any source using any DAW and any reverb plugin. Reversed reverb is a fairly common effect, but this has been … Continue reading

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A look into MuseScore: a free music notation program

by David Adam As music students, enthusiasts, composers, recorders, and players, we are always looking for ways to improve our craft, whether it be with new technology, techniques, or software. One aspect for musicians is writing our own music. Notating … Continue reading

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How to Make Your Voice Sound Like a Portal-Style Robot Using Melodyne Editor

by Graham Trudeau The Portal series of videogames is well known for its distinctive characters, and their voices. Here’s a video for anyone who may be unfamiliar. The distinctive sound of many voices in the Portal franchise is the result … Continue reading

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Getting started with Jitter (Max)

This video was created by Robin Stubbs as a course assignment for “Integra Contemporary and Electroacoustics Ensemble” at The University of Lethbridge (Canada).

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CSound Tutorial: Instruments and Score Code

by Jake Hills Csound is one of the most powerful computer programming languages for generating and processing sound. There is almost nothing in the realm of digital audio that Csound can not do. It was developed by Barry Vercoe at … Continue reading

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