Top Free Vsts

Top Free Vsts

VST’s De-constructed: Do you know what Music Synthesis is? Is it important to know all the knobs that are there in a soft-synth? Well, according to textbook definitions, A synthesizer is an electronic musical instrument, operated by a keyboard with knobs and control parameters a wide variety of generated sounds by combining signals of different frequencies created by processing them all together. The knowledge of how soft synths works is an important part of Music Production. Hence, Soundideaz Academy has also exclusively dedicated a portion of its syllabus of Diploma in Sound Engineering with Music Production Specialisation for understanding how synths work. The Korg MS10 Music Synthesizer A software synthesizer is an emulated version of a hardware synthesizer. A Software synthesizer processes signal with virtue of Digital Signal Processing (DSP). We are sure most of you didn’t understand that definition completely, and that is why we have explained it in this blog, in a clear and simple way. The software synthesizer

mixing and mastering courses

5 Best Mixing and Mastering Plug-ins Available in the Market:

The key to a music song’s success is its mix.Since the revolution in DAW Technology, aspiring Music producers from all over the world Have found a medium to express their creativity. While this has really made things very exciting, that you can produce your latest composition from the comfort of your home studio setup, this also has pushed the limits for how balanced and creative a song should be! The following blog deals with plug-ins that are used all over the world -by Professionals and Beginners alike.    1.iZotope Ozone 7 This plug-in is not just the most popular plugin in this list, but also the most comprehensive and easy to use mastering plug-ins out there in the market. Ozone 7  provides the feature of building a mastering chain of 6 modules and comes in AAX/AU/VST/VST3 formats. Ozone is also used by many in the mixdown stage, although it is primary intended to be used as a

music production course

4 Tips to make your DAW run faster

This blog addresses the problem of every budding Music Producer- whether he is pursuing Music Production Course or starting out with his budget setup. Almost every aspiring music programmer ends up thinking that their budget gear is not good enough. More often than not, this makes them go on a wild shopping spree wanting to buy the best audio interface, the best mic, the best MacBook, etc. While an audio gear upgrade might improve the audio quality, it is seldom a necessary requirement. In this blog we will address some workarounds that can improve the performance of whatever DAW the music programmer is using be it Logic Pro, Ableton Live, Cubase, Reason, etc. To best utilize the full potential of the DAW, it is advisable for a beginner to undergo formal training through Music Production Courses. 1)Buffer size: When recording audio into your computer, the amount of time allotted for processing the audio is called the Buffer Size. Often times a smaller..

Mumbai Memoir 85- Leaving Footprints in the Bygone Year in Mumbai

Published By: Shraddha Sankulkar, head of Mindmatterz & Faculty of Applied Psychology at Soundideaz Academy Here we are in a brand New Year! The arrival of the New Year brings along fresh hope in every mind. Learning from the mistakes of the past and by taking new initiatives we literally reboot our lives with a positive mindset. After experiencing a fantastic travel time at Goa, the last month of the bygone year sowed fresh seeds of creativity for me, which I believe will bear fruits in the New Year. On 2nd December last year, I presented my first ever webinar on the topic ‘Mind Management in Media Careers’. Throughout my teaching/training career so far, I have only been lecturing ‘Live’ in classrooms & through workshops, but, with the enthusiasm of

Bengal Classical Music Fest

Pramod Sir with the Astana Symphony Philharmonic Orchestra

On the opening night of this year’s Bengal Classical Music Festival, the Dhaka audience experienced something unique: the Astana Symphony Philharmonic Orchestra’s presentation of Western Classical classics like Tchaikovsky’s ballet composition “Swan Lake”, as well as a magnificent blending between Eastern and Western classical music through collaboration between the Orchestra and Carnatic violin virtuoso Dr. L Subramaniam and his ensemble.      Chandorkar (R) busy behind the console Any discerning listener who has experienced a full orchestral performance would realize how incredible it was to have a 58-piece orchestra with a vast tapestry of sounds play in an open-air venue and still have the same experience of a concert hall with specially-architected acoustics where Western classical is usually performed. This performance underlined one of the most crucial factors behind the