How to Fatten a Sound in a Mix

I was doing mixing lately on my upcoming album. So I actually did some research on mixing a song. Sometimes when I hear a sound so thin that I really want to fatten it up (sometimes referred as ‘phat’ sound). It was taught in mixing using the visual imaging method. The secret is quite simple:…

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Learn Jazz Piano Playing from Doug McKenzie at Youtube

Doug McKenzie is a retired teacher in a jazz studies course at a tertiary college in Geelong Australia. He records video on a cheap web camera and mp3 file MP3 file on his computer and as a midi file on his Yamaha P-250 piano all at the same time so all are synchronized. On August…

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Original Song – ?????

[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XV_LmKnBfqA] ?????????????????????? 🙂

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Piano Eat Human Flesh

This clip was taken from some Japanese horror movie. After watching it, I think it is funny rather than horror. Piano Eats Japanese Girl Uploaded by omurap666

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How to Take Care of Your Piano

Thanks to LifeSpy who wrote about How to Take Care of Your Piano. Summary of the 4 tips mention: Mind where to place it – place it at dry spot Keep it out of the weather – piano wood may get warped in the cooling and heating process. Exposure to constant humidity changes can cause…

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Learn how to play ‘phat’ chord voicing

This video is prepared by PlayPianoToday, teaching you how to use ‘phat’ chord voicing in your piano playing. In the video, the instructor shows you how to play Em7 9 in ‘phat’ voicing. For normal dull piano playing, the Em7 9 is play from bottom E, G, B, D, and F# in close and tight…

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List of Free Software Synthesizers (Soft Synths)

Are you looking for free software synthesizers? You had come to the right page. Here is the list of free download of soft synths. The creators of these synthesizers do not require payment from downloader. Anyway, feel good to donate to their designated charity bodies.

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How to play a major scale on the Piano

A major scale is a series of notes composed of whole and half steps. A half step is simply the distance from one note to the very next. For example, E to F is a half step. Ab to A is also a half step. A whole step is just two half steps. Bb to…

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Giant Piano: What is the biggest piano you have seen?

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