Beat making is an art and these days most of the music we are exposed is trap music, which is known for its signature bass. I got an interesting question in my email today. Somebody wanted to know what bass is used in trap beats. This got me thinking about how the answer to that […]
What Can I Use For Lofi Bass?
Lofi is a fairly new genre that has made its mark. Most of us came to know of the genre through YouTube on an Account called “Chilled Cow”. With this new genre comes a lot new producers looking to take a swing at it. I recently got a question in my Instagram DM that said […]
Do Singers Hate Their Own Voice?
In recording vocals we all aim to have our voice stand out and sound good. This is not only important for us, but also important for our audience. People listen to songs that they like and singer’s record songs that they like. Have you ever wondered whether singers actually like the sound of their own […]
How Many Bars Should A Trap Verse Be?
Trap music is a sub-genre of hip-hop music. It has become a popular genre and more than 50% of the hiphop being produced now is Trap Music. Many producers have come up because of this sub-genre. Producers like Metro Boomin’ are considered the godfathers of trap. For a newbie music producer, trap beat arrangement can […]
How Many Lines Is A Bar In Rap?
Rap music is known for its popular use of the word “bar”. The word bar is most common in music production because it is a measure that is used in determining duration. If you’re a hip-hop fan you’ve probably come across the term “16 bars”. 16 bars are considered the normal amount of bars that […]
Is Recorded Voice Real Voice?
If you’ve ever recorded your own voice on playback then you may have noticed that it sounds different. This is usually something newbie singers face when they record a song for the first time. They always wonder their voice is different from what they’re used to hearing. This is perfectly normal. So, have you ever […]
Why Do Singers Use Reverb?
There are different effects units that we work with in audio production. Some of these are digital plugins that we install and use in our Digital Audio Workstations while some of these are physical units that we integrate with our audio systems. Most singers during recording; will sometimes have their vocal being run through a […]
Can A Terrible Singer Become Good?
Not everyone has command over their singing voice and it’s understandable. Not everyone can sing very well. Most people pick up singing in their childhood and literally grow up with it and learn to wield this ability with a lot more command. This post will therefore discuss whether or not it’s possible for a terrible […]
Is Audacity A DAW?
Now more than ever, there are various Digital Audio Workstations out there. All you have to do is pick the one that suits you best and go on with your work. Audacity is probably a name that you’ve come across if you’ve done your homework on digital audio workstations. If you haven’t, you possibly pick […]
Do Singers Use Reverb On Stage?
Audio production in live performances is a different ball game compared to audio production in recorded audio. There are number of ways in which live sound differs from recorded sound. For example, the equipment used in stage performances is relatively different from the equipment we employ in recording studio production. For example, in live sound […]