In this post we’ll have a look at the 4 types of audio signals used in sound engineering and in the audio world. It’s a recommended reading for both apprentice-musicians and apprentice audio engineers.
this is my music related blog, here you will find posts about music composition techniques, different instruments techniques, orchestration, arrangements, sound recording, mixing and mastering, so more or less about what I do as composer, performer and producer.
If you prefer less music technical posts and/or you like Progressive Rock Metal I recommend you to read Obsidian Key’s “Diary from the studio” a blog about my best known project which aim to “document” all the music creation process for each album and single of one of the most popular new progressive rock metal project! You can find Obsidian Key – Diary from the studio here.
Thanks for reading and really hope you’ll enjoy the experience!
– Sonic V
- Progressive Rock Electro Metal (nobackgroundvocals.com)
- What are fundamental characteristics of Progressive Rock? (sonicvblog.wordpress.com)
I am a specialized studio sound engineer.
I started learning how to record music with the really old four tracks cassette recording units at the end of the 80s beginning of the 90s…
I used almost all the entry-level and mid-level equipment for recording and mixing down as well as adding private courses on sound engineering, sound recording and music mixing to learn all the theory and techniques behind the tools.
I now use mostly DAW digital systems on Mac (Apple Logic and Pro Tools).
Please contact me for more details.