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  1. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    One hundred and seven

    One hundred and seven bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 17942 quadruple note (4) 8971 breve (2) 4485 semibreve (1) 2242 minim (½) 1121.495 crochet (¼) 560.748 quaver (⅛) 280.374 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 140.187 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  2. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    One hundred and six

    One hundred and six bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 18112 quadruple note (4) 9056 breve (2) 4528 semibreve (1) 2264 minim (½) 1132.075 crochet (¼) 566.038 quaver (⅛) 283.019 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 141.509 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  3. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    One hundred and five

    One hundred and five bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 18284 quadruple note (4) 9142 breve (2) 4571 semibreve (1) 2285 minim (½) 1142.857 crochet (¼) 571.429 quaver (⅛) 285.714 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 142.857 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  4. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    One hundred and four

    One hundred and four bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 18460 quadruple note (4) 9230 breve (2) 4615 semibreve (1) 2307 minim (½) 1153.846 crochet (¼) 576.923 quaver (⅛) 288.462 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 144.231 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
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    What is the best way to improve mixing and mastering skills?

    Are there shortcuts or a fast-track process of rapidly improving mixing and mastering skills for music? I want to be able to do some gigs on Fiverr for passive income. Any tips and hints?
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    How many digital equalizers are enough?

    I am sorry if this is a real noob question. But the sheer number of digital equalizers is so overwhelming. Is hoarding a natural part of music production? What about if you opt to only use one digital equalizer does that cover all bases in either mixing or mastering?
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    What is the difference between +4dBu and -10dBV?

    Can you tell me what the difference is between +4dBu and -10dBV?
  8. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    What is a parametric equalizer?

    A parametric equalizer (EQ) is like a sculptor's tool for shaping sound. Just as a sculptor uses different tools to shape a block of wood into a specific form, a parametric EQ allows a record producer or a sound engineer to adjust specific frequencies of an instrument in order to shape it into...
  9. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    What is a soft clipper?

    A soft clipper is a type of audio signal processing effect that limits the amplitude of an input signal. It does this by gradually reducing the level of the source material as it approaches the maximum level that the clipper is set to e.g., 0 dBFS or -1 dBFS. This helps to prevent the audio...
  10. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    What are plug-ins in music software?

    An audio plug-in is 3rd party software program that can be added to a digital audio workstation (DAW) to extend its native library. These digital audio extensions are often used as effects, such as audio analyzers, reverb, delay, chorus, compression, and EQ, to correct or enhance sound...
  11. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    One hundred and three

    One hundred and three bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 18640 quadruple note (4) 9320 breve (2) 4660 semibreve (1) 2330 minim (½) 1165.049 crochet (¼) 582.524 quaver (⅛) 291.262 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 145.631 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  12. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    One hundred and two

    One hundred and two bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 18822 quadruple note (4) 9411 breve (2) 4705 semibreve (1) 2352 minim (½) 1176.471 crochet (¼) 588.235 quaver (⅛) 294.118 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 147.059 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  13. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    Filter orders explained

    In the audio realm, "filter order" is synonymous with "filter pole". Both terms are interchangeable with one another. Order Pole Alternative name 1st 1-pole 6 decibels per octave filter 2nd 2-pole 12 decibels per octave filter 3rd 3-pole 18 decibels per octave filter 4th 4-pole 24...
  14. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    One hundred and one

    One hundred and one bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 19008 quadruple note (4) 9504 breve (2) 4752 semibreve (1) 2376 minim (½) 1188.119 crochet (¼) 594.059 quaver (⅛) 297.03 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 148.515 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  15. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    Hundred

    Hundred bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 19200 quadruple note (4) 9600 breve (2) 4800 semibreve (1) 2400 minim (½) 1200 crochet (¼) 600 quaver (⅛) 300 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 150 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 75 hemidemisemiquaver (¹⁄₆₄)...
  16. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    Ninety-nine

    Ninety-nine bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 19392 quadruple note (4) 9696 breve (2) 4848 semibreve (1) 2424 minim (½) 1212.121 crochet (¼) 606.061 quaver (⅛) 303.03 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 151.515 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 75.758...
  17. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    Ninety-eight

    Ninety-eight bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 19590 quadruple note (4) 9795 breve (2) 4897 semibreve (1) 2448 minim (½) 1224.49 crochet (¼) 612.245 quaver (⅛) 306.122 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 153.061 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 76.531...
  18. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    Ninety-seven

    Ninety-seven bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 19792 quadruple note (4) 9896 breve (2) 4948 semibreve (1) 2474 minim (½) 1237.113 crochet (¼) 618.557 quaver (⅛) 309.278 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 154.639 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 77.32...
  19. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    Ninety-six

    Ninety-six bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 20000 quadruple note (4) 10000 breve (2) 5000 semibreve (1) 2500 minim (½) 1250 crochet (¼) 625 quaver (⅛) 312.5 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 156.25 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 78.125...
  20. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    Ninety-five

    Ninety-five bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 20210 quadruple note (4) 10105 breve (2) 5052 semibreve (1) 2526 minim (½) 1263.158 crochet (¼) 631.579 quaver (⅛) 315.789 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 157.895 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 78.947...
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