Useful Audio Engineering Terms or Recording Terms.

Hello audio masters and beginners,
I hope you had a great week, and I wish it will get even better.

these series of articles that I am about to publish, will deal with terms that are used often in the music world, and give them an easy to understand definitions, so you can use them whenever you need to communicate clearer when you are working with other musicians or technicians whom you just meet.

another HUGE advantage of these terms definitions is that you can look at the list of terms, and recognize immediately which subjects you need to strengthen your knowledge, this is of course besides the fact that you are sharpening your musical vocabulary.

for example :
if you look at the list and see the “haas effect” term, and you don’t know what it means or where it got from, reading about this term in google or everywhere else can grow your knowledge and better if you now know what is the haas effect it is now time to find ways to use it in more creative ways to leverage your production to the next level. Read the rest of this entry »


it is a great time, for a quality post.

I decided to collect FREE & HIGH QUALITY links to a one Musical Education resource, I must say that I am checking those links carefully to make sure that MUSIC-DM readers are exposed to HIGH QUALITY and of course FREE material.

in this opportunity I should say that I am sorry if I don’t see all the links out there or if I forgot someone.
this list of links will grow with time, when I see something worth recommending, I will put the new link in this list so you all can enjoy it.
if you have any suggestions of anything that you think should be in that list and that everybody here can benefit of, you are more than welcome to submit it, and I will add it to the list. Read the rest of this entry »

I always believed that what was built with on logic, we don’t need to remember, because we already understand.
understanding is the ultimate learning breakthrough almost in every subject in the world.

I hope I will answer here most of the questions on reading chords names and understanding them, and with that, clearing this subject for a lot of us so we will be able to advance together to more complex subjects in our Music Journey.

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after a long time that I couldn’t write anything, I happy to say again, Hello everybody and I ‘m happy to be back.

in this time that I didn’t write here, I was busy with lectures and lessons which made me realize a very disturbing¬†phenomenon.
a lot of the new students that I was teaching and lecturing to use their visual sense to make critical decision about their sound in the studio,
which for me is very disturbing, because the most simple logic says :

Question : which sense is used to percieve music ?

Answer : Hearing

Question : which organ is serving this sense ?

Answer : the EARS.

We percieve music through our ears.


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Inspiration for me is a very valuable energy,

I try not to lean on inspiration alone, I also use knowledge and patterns sometimes, but when inspiration knocks on my door I will always open the door and welcome it,

this energy or feeling of being inspired is the first thing I fell in love with when I started making music,

people who can keep that enjoyment in making music are most likely to discover deeper secrets inside the music.

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Emotional Connection – Scales

Posted: February 25, 2011 in Composing

hi everyone,

I am glad to get back to writing articles in my blog after this crazy week,

but the most important thing I learned in this week is :


and us, musicians, we Love Music, so lets keep music Original, Refreshing and Fun ūüôā


today we are going to take a look at the emotional connection of scales, and their effect.

I will write the simple, general way to see the emotions scales can evoke,

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basically any difference between the left and the right side will be perceived as a wider stereo image,

the more obvious the differences, the wider the stereo image,

until in some point the differences will be so obvious that the left and the right sides will be perceived as two different sounds, which still make a wider stereo image.

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