A-B Comparison

A-B Comparison refers to the process of switching between two audio sources or parts of a grear / equipment to compare a parameter setting, component, or sound quality. The best A-B comparisons are “blind,” where the listener does not know the identity of the sources until after the test is concluded. The test results are better if the two sources can be switched instantly.

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Haas Effect

Haas effect is a bin-aural psycho acoustic effect regarding the sound source localization. It is known as the “precedence effect” or the “law of the first wavefront” and it was define and described by Helmut Haas in his Ph.D. Thesis in 1949. Shortly put, our hearing mechanism determine the position of a sound source based […]

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Music Producer

Music producer as a phrase indicate that person who manages all the things that are involved in the process of the production of a band or of a song from recording to master. Also known in music industry as record producers, executive music producers or simply put, executive producers, the “music producers” can be the […]

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Cubase

Cubase is a music production all-in-one solution, one of the most well-known and used music software. It was developed by Steinberg and it has almost any tools you need in the music production process from recording through editing and arranging and also mixing and mastering part of things.

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