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  1. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Seventy-one

    Seventy-one bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 27042 quadruple note (4) 13521 breve (2) 6760 semibreve (1) 3380 minim (½) 1690.141 crochet (¼) 845.07 quaver (⅛) 422.535 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 211.268 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 105.634...
  2. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Seventy

    Seventy bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 27428 quadruple note (4) 13714 breve (2) 6857 semibreve (1) 3428 minim (½) 1714.286 crochet (¼) 857.143 quaver (⅛) 428.571 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 214.286 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 107.143...
  3. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Sixty-nine

    Sixty-nine bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 27826 quadruple note (4) 13913 breve (2) 6956 semibreve (1) 3478 minim (½) 1739.13 crochet (¼) 869.565 quaver (⅛) 434.783 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 217.391 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 108.696...
  4. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Sixty-eight

    Sixty-eight bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 28234 quadruple note (4) 14117 breve (2) 7058 semibreve (1) 3529 minim (½) 1764.706 crochet (¼) 882.353 quaver (⅛) 441.176 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 220.588 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 110.294...
  5. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Sixty-seven

    Sixty-seven bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 28656 quadruple note (4) 14328 breve (2) 7164 semibreve (1) 3582 minim (½) 1791.045 crochet (¼) 895.522 quaver (⅛) 447.761 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 223.881 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  6. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Sixty-six

    Sixty-six bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 29538 quadruple note (4) 14769 breve (2) 7384 semibreve (1) 3636 minim (½) 1818.182 crochet (¼) 909.091 quaver (⅛) 454.545 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 227.273 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  7. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Sixty-five

    Sixty-five bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 29538 quadruple note (4) 14769 breve (2) 7384 semibreve (1) 3692 minim (½) 1846.154 crochet (¼) 923.077 quaver (⅛) 461.538 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 230.769 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  8. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Sixty-four

    Sixty-four bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 30000 quadruple note (4) 15000 breve (2) 7500 semibreve (1) 3750 minim (½) 1875 crochet (¼) 937.5 quaver (⅛) 468.75 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 234.375 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂) 117.188...
  9. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Tempo

    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...
  10. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Sixty-three

    Sixty-three bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 31474 quadruple note (4) 15737 breve (2) 7868 semibreve (1) 3809 minim (½) 1904.762 crochet (¼) 952.381 quaver (⅛) 476.19 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 238.095 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  11. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Sixty-one

    Sixty-one bpm in milliseconds. Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 31474 quadruple note (4) 15737 breve (2) 7868 semibreve (1) 3934 minim (½) 1967.213 crochet (¼) 983.607 quaver (⅛) 491.803 semiquaver (¹⁄₁₆) 245.902 demisemiquaver (¹⁄₃₂)...
  12. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general Sixty

    The table below shows a tempo of sixty beats per minute converted to milliseconds: Musical note name Duration in milliseconds octuple note (8) 32000 quadruple note (4) 16000 breve (2) 8000 semibreve (1) 4000 minim (½) 2000 crochet (¼) 1000 quaver (⅛) 500 semiquaver...
  13. G

    question Why does my voice sound different when I record?

    After tracking is done and during playback, my voice sounds different why?
  14. M

    question What is better: EQ before compression or vice versa?

    Whether you are recording, mixing, or mastering I am kinda wondering, when should you use parametric EQ before compression and when is it best to use compression before EQ.
  15. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    sound engineering What is an algorithmic and a convolution reverb?

    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...
  16. Tafadzwa Twabam

    question What is the difference between Waves RBass and MaxxBass?

    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?
  17. Sekuru Dhorofiya

    question What is easier to learn: mixing music or audio mastering?

    Hi y'all, the title says it all, doesn't it? Of course, I'd assume both stages can be challenging but I want an overview and that is to say what is easier to learn: music mixing or audio mastering?
  18. Tanonoka

    general Kuassa has released a new plug-in Amplifikation Rectifor

    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...
  19. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    general How to create an automation clip in Image-Line's FL Studio DAW

    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...
  20. Mpumelelo von Mumhanzi

    sound engineering Boxtone explained

    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...
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