Tempo is the speed (measured in beats per minute) of a record single or instrumental. And generally speaking, the higher the tempo the faster a vocalist should sing or rap because the song will sound terrible if an artist doesn't have any sense of rhythm or timing. But that can be somewhat fixed...
The table below shows a tempo of sixty beats per minute converted to milliseconds:
Musical note name
Duration in milliseconds
octuple note (8)
quadruple note (4)
The main difference between an algorithmic and convolution reverberation plug-in is that the former makes use of specified mathematic algorithms hence the name itself to generate a sense of space whilst a convolution reverb utilizes impulse response samples to do so.
These impulse response...
I know both are bass enhancement plug-ins but what's the underlying difference between Waves Audio Renaissance Bass and MaxxBass? And which one is better between the two, particularly for audio mastering?
In an effort to meticulously emulate the high-gain Mesa Boogie guitar amp, Kuassa has now released a new pro-audio software product, Amplifikation Rectifor, which makes it the company's fifth guitar amp simulator they have launched to date.
And at the time of writing, there is a generous...
The way in which you create an automation clip within Image-Line's FL Studio DAW depends on whether the software plug-in you want to automate is a native or a third-party VST effect or instrument.
Step 1: Load a native effect or instrument that comes with FL Studio. For this example, I have...
Boxtone, it's sound engineering jargon that describes how some but not all analog gear or digital audio software plug-ins (e.g., parametric equalizers, dynamic range compressors, master buss processors, etc) will add unique fairy dust by altering the program material in a pleasurable way (i.e...