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February 13, 2017 Up vote answer Is learning more advance methods of sound design worth it?
February 13, 2017 Answered Is learning more advance methods of sound design worth it?
January 30, 2017 Commented Oops.... my fault. I read mastering instead of metering.... will delete soon
January 25, 2017 Answered Getting Children interested in Sound
January 25, 2017 Commented Justin - I just began experimenting with building those. Much of my motivation is for heavily designed sounds and also for them to used as midi triggers etc. My first build is noisy but I will be improving it. Having said that, certain types of sound generation/processing can use noise beneficially. Think of electronic sound synthesis where a noise sources are deliberately included as a creative element. In this particular recording, the noise is actually a good thing as it provides some low level "moss" for the simmer reverb to pull and act on. I never view contact mics as high fidelity transducers. I have expensive ones attached to my mandolin and it does not reproduce the sound of the instrument acoustics. It translates the surface vibrations which is something entirely different. I'll see how quiet I can get the mics I'm building. I think the quality DI box that I'm using will help as well. I'll report more in the future.
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