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What Are The Best Tools To Develop VST Plugins & How Are They Made?

How TO Develop Your Own VST Plugins | Integraudio.com

Understanding how VSTs are made will provide you with insights on how you can make your own VST plugins. Virtual studio technology (VST) is an audio plug-in software interface that integrates a software synthesizer and effects into digital audio workstations. It uses digital signal processing to simulate a traditional recording studio’s hardware in software. There …

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How to Use Ableton 10 Live (Beginner’s Illustrated Guide)

How to Use Ableton 10 Live (Beginner's Illustrated Guide) | Integraudio.com

Here is a beginner’s illustrated guide to Ableton 10 Live, which has become the workstation of choice for many music producers, beat-makers, DJs, turntablists, and more, due to its capabilities not only as a traditional DAW but as an instrument for live sequencing and performance. Ableton has developed a unique range of native software tools …

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What Are The Best Ways How To Fix Bad Audio In Post Production?

How To Fix Your Audio In Post Produciton? | Integraudio.com

You can use the tools to re-shape and fix the potential bad audio in the post-production, whether you are using De-Esser, De-Clip, De-hum, De-reverb, De-Noise, or some other great modern audio plugins. A combination of these will re-balance the bad audio issues.  Identifying the issue beforehand is very important to ensure you don’t create any …

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Should Drums Be in Mono or Stereo? (Kick, Snare, Clap and Percussions)

Should Drums Be in Mono or Stereo? (Kick, Snare, Clap and Percussions) | Integraudio.com

Should drums be in mono, panned straight down the middle? Or should drums be in stereo, spread across the entirety of the stereo field? You should keep your individual drum hits in mono if possible, especially the kick drum, though you should also use stereo effects or panning decisions to create width and separation in your …

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