11 Comments

  1. jouni korhonen

    There is also a such thing as an adjustable phase shifter. Comes with Reaper, but I suspect there are others, possibly VST.
    Not only to correct phase issues, I use it as a creative tool to sculpt sounds like double-miced guitars, and more commonly, the OH sound of recorded drums vs the close mics, or just between them stereo-selves. A shift of only a few degrees can change the sound immensely. Definetly worth exploring with layered sounds.

    • Rory Seydel

      Wow, nice tip, thanks :)

  2. Don D

    Great advice!

  3. steve

    Just an FYI, the TR-808 is a pre-Midi machine.
    Modded ones do exist, converters as well that take the DIN and convert it to Midi, but overall, terrible choice to illustrate this article.

    • Rory Seydel

      Hi Steve! Sorry for the delay. That was a huge oversight on my part, thanks for the advice.
      Best,

      -R

  4. Zweiliner

    Thank you !)

  5. ilter

    MIDI was not f***d because “audio was introduced” into PCs, it’s because PCs has NEVER supported MIDI natively. ATARI ST was one of the last computers which supported MIDI natively – it had a MIDI port onboard.

  6. Philippe

    first time i read clever tips.
    Thank you and keep up the good work :)
    Philippe

  7. Alan

    Learned something new. Thanks

  8. g.BYRNE

    Awesome tips man. I always thought that about the midi being off when replicated.

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