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- Music & AudioSetting up iOS MIDI over WifiDifficulty:IntermediateCompletion Time:Medium
- Music & AudioHow to Use External Instruments in your DAWDifficulty:IntermediateCompletion Time:Quick
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- Music & AudioExpanding Your Audio Horizons: Choosing a Related Field of StudyAudio is a peculiar field of interest. Like most commercially oriented fields, audio is a blend of both the science and the arts. Without one or the other we would not have the industry we have today. While many of us have entered into the audio realm through music, not everyone does. In fact, there are related fields of study that we as audio engineers owe a great deal of gratitude towards. Having a knowledge of what these fields do can have a tremendous impact on how we work in the audio field. So for those of you who ever wondered what lies underneath the console, what is inside that effect, or maybe even why some bands are more successful than others, read on and see where you might end up!Read More…
- Mac Computer SkillsUsing a USB Audio Device With a Raspberry PiMy previous tutorial on the Raspberry Pi, Using a Raspberry Pi as an AirPlay Receiver, made use of the device’s built-in 3.5mm jack for audio output. This, however, produces sound that is mediocre at best and if you’re wanting to use the Raspberry Pi for any amount of audio listening, it’s going to have to produce a better quality of audio. We’re not going to squeeze much more out of the built-in components so, in this tutorial, I’ll explain how to set up and configure a cheap USB sound card as the Raspberry Pi’s default audio output device, providing a better quality, and volume, audio.Read More…
- Game DevelopmentDynamic, Sequential Soundtracks for GamesDifficulty:IntermediateCompletion Time:Medium