Loudness or LUFS describes how loud we perceive an audio signal to be. But caution please, things are a bit complicated.More
Abbey Road Studios – Remastered, Remixed and Rerecorded
The Abbey Road Studios in London’s Westminster district are most likely the most famous recording studio in the world.More
What is the difference between mastering, remastering and remixing records?
The terms mastering and remastering are not perfectly defined. In principle, they describe the last creative step of a music production before the creation of a sound medium.More
What is a waveform diagram?
The waveform represents the shape of the temporal course of the change in the magnitude of an oscillation. The x-axis usually represents the time, the y-axis the level.More
What is a frequency spectrogram?
A frequency spectrogram lets us see sounds. Unlike the waveform diagram, which visualises different levels, a spectrogram shows frequencies of different loudness.More
What is the function of a compressor/limiter?
Sound studios use compressors and limiters to limit the dynamic range of a signal and to prevent clipping.More