Is it time to reinvent the physical mixing console?
Can you hear the subtle effect of the knee control of the compressor? (With audio and video demonstrations)
What level of background noise is acceptable in a recording?
An investigation of the pre-delay parameter of the Lexicon 480L reverb plug-in
Why your new monitors should make your mix sound bad
How much difference does mastering really make? [with audio]
Q: Should I upgrade my Shure SM58 and use technical solutions for noise and ambience?
One simple step you must take to make sure your masters sound really great
Visualizing stereo information using Lissajous figures
Make your recordings richer with double tracking
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December 1, 2004
MacAudioLab, makers of The Complete Digital Performer Learning Series, have released an update to the series that focuses on all the new features of Digital Performer 4.5. All the new enhancements in Digital Performer 4.5 are covered in the update videos, which are now part of the DP Learning Series. As an added bonus, they are including their TC PowerCore instructional video series for free in the DP Learning Series.
This interactive video consists of 9 hours of training and is authored in an interactive QuickTime environment, and can be played on any computer running QuickTime 6 or higher. Plays natively in Mac OSX, Mac OS9, and Windows.
"The DP Learning Series" is an interactive QuickTime instructional video on 3 CD-ROMS and is available directly from the company's website for $79.95. An Upgrade CD-ROM is available at a discount for existing customers who purchased the DP series prior to 11.27.04. MacAudioLab is also offering holiday discountson their Mobile Macintosh Recording Studio instructional video for the Holidays.
For more information, visit their web site at www.macaudiolab.com