Posts Tagged ‘outrun’

La mesa de trabajo de Mage – Episodio 1: Mezcla dinámica

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Artículo original de Dan from Techno Mage. Traducción al español por Pixel Guy.

Bienvenidos a La mesa de trabajo de Mage, una mini serie en la que hablaré de varios temas relacionados con la producción de audio; desde los secuenciadores (o trackers), hasta las DAW —y todo lo que haya en medio—. Mientras que puede ser que el material no siempre pueda ser aplicado directamente por ti, la meta de cada episodio es presentar técnicas de producción en una manera amplia y universalmente aplicable. En resumen: deberá de haber algo para casi cualquiera que trabaje con audio. Para la entrega inaugural, daremos un vistazo a cómo puedes utilizar la automatización para crear una mezcla refinada que evolucione a través del curso de tu canción.

Episodio 1: Mezcla dinámica

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The Mage’s Workbench – Episode 1: Dynamic Mixing

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Welcome to The Mage’s Workbench, a mini-series which tackles various audio production topics spanning from trackers to DAWs (and everything in between). While the material may not always apply directly to you, the goal of each episode is to present production techniques in a broad, universally applicable fashion. In short, there should be something here for nearly everyone that works with audio. For the inaugural installation, we’re going to take a look at how you can use automation to craft a polished mix that evolves throughout the course of your song.

Episode 1: Dynamic Mixing

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Rhyphte Reviews ‘PWRNEON’ and Interviews The Mad Lads Behind It

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What’s up, gamers. If this isn’t the first article of mine you’ve scrolled through, you know I’m a sucker for living examples of collaboration in action. I love seeing different creative directions come together to present a totally new musical idea or experience, and, like many of you, I fucking adore LSDJ chiptune and Famitracker-based synthwave. Basically, it should come as no surprise to anyone that I’m about to unleash a whole article about ‘PWRNEON,’ an absolute banger of a single and cover of toasterpastries’ ‘PWRMEOW’ by Techno Mage, a Seattle-based duo comprised of famitracker musician Dan Butler and guitarist Austin Schuyler. The track premiered last night on Nightride.fm alongside a playlist of recent LSDJ tracks curated by Dan himself. There’s more to be said about Nightride, but first I’d like to kick things off with my own review of ‘PWRNEON.’

Album artwork by Melissa Butler

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Rhyphte Reviews: ‘Scars’ by Watch Out for Snakes

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Y’all. It has not been easy deciding what to write about. The late autumn/early winter releases have been fucking killer. Right now, I’m sitting on like, two half-finished reviews—which is nuts! But I’ve just decided to take the plunge on this ’cause I’ve gotta honor what Matt has accomplished here. Watch Out For Snakes (hereon referred to as WOFS), is a synthwave project from Matt Baum featuring prominent chiptune elements and is a cornerstone of the Atlanta synthwave scene. When I heard ‘Arms Race’ on Volume 7 of the annual compilation, I knew that something truly remarkable was taking shape in the chiptune scene and I couldn’t be happier to see this fucking stellar release at the forefront of Georgia’s chiptune landscape.

Album art for ‘Scars’ by Andrew Tremblay.

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Hoodie Highlights… Lars Shurilla of SLC Chip!

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Happy November, folks! For this month’s interview, I talked to a multi-instrument & multi-alias chipmusican & event curator friend of mine. This cat’s done quite a bit over the last handful of years (even more than I realized!), and shows no signs of stopping any time soon!

Welcome Lars Shurilla aka The Laohu/Immortan of SLC Chip!

Lars Shurilla aka The Laohu; photo by Neil Jarvie.

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