Music Technology

Train Your Ears to Recognize Frequencies in Equalization

Train Your Ears to Recognize Frequencies in Equalization

A child is able to perceive frequencies between 20 Hertz and 20 000 Hertz. As you grow older a natural hearing loss occurs. So when you are 50, you might just be able hear up to 15 or 16 kHz and by the time you turn 80, your upper limit normally drops down to 8 or 9 kHz. That is also the reason why some older people have trouble understanding the high pitched, squeaky voice of their grand-children. As most things in life hearing abilities and hearing loss are highly individual. They vary from one person to another.

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The MIDI Note Number Frequency Wavelength Table

MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. It is a protocol to transfer controlling data in a musical context. MIDI-Controllers appear in forms of keys, wheels, faders, pads and sensors. The protocol contains information about […]

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How to Find the Sample Rate and Bit Depth of an Audio File

How do you find out the sample rate again? I often forgot how to do it but actually there is an easy and quick way to find out the current sample rate and bit depth […]

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How to Record What You Hear ( Built-in Output ) for Mac

Every Mac or Computer user comes across the moment when he or she simply wants to record what he hears through his speakers. Let it be a show on your favorite life stream radio or […]

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Jazz Blues Chord Progression Generator

The Jazz-Blues-Generator is a program written in Max/Msp that plays a 12-Bar-Dominant-Jazz-Blues chord progression and generates a fitting solo over it. It can be used

– to get to know the chords, modes and sound of […]

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Game of Sound – (by Conway’s Game of Life)

The Game of Sound is a small project of mine where I combined a simple 11 by 16 step sequencer with the principles of Conway’s Game of Life. I used Max/MSP to program it and […]

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