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  1. Hello to Australian DJs, music producers, audio engineers, and musicians. Today I would like to tell you about a wonderful project, in which I was honored to take part. Sorry for self-promotion but I guess it can be useful. "Good Musician" is the second edition of the biggest glossary in the world of music creation, written by a team of professional music producers and audio engineers. Here you can find ALL definitions and terms (even rare and unique) that are used in music production, audio engineering, DJing, and beat making; differences and characteristics of all major EDM genres; explanation of all sound effects that you saw in your DAW (FL Studio, Ableton, Cubase, Pro Tools, etc.); compression and its types; all types of sound synthesis; sound waves characteristics; all types of noise and sound; reverberation, ADSR, equalization and all kinds of equalizer; distortion, saturation, dispersion, mastering; music recording terms, features and characteristics of all types of microphones; delay and its types, chorus effect, dithering, all types of filters, AND SO ON. The book contains about 800 definitions and is suitable both for beginners in music production and for more experienced professionals. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072M8QRLN Thanks for attention!
  2. Mostly, for EDM and not only EDM music producers + audio engineers
  3. Hello to music producers, audio and acoustic engineers, DJs, and musicians. Today I would like to tell you about a wonderful project, in which I was honored to take part. Sorry for self-promotion but I guess it can be useful. It is a book, written by a team of professional music producers, sound engineers, and music teachers around the world, which contains all music production words, acoustics terms, all EDM genres, audio engineering terminology, recording vocabulary, DJ slang, and electronic music theory definitions. Ebook and print version are available. This is the second version of the book, which we launched just now. We added even more words (rare and unique) that we could only find, and now it contains 201 pages. The book is suitable both for beginners in the world of music creation and for more experienced producers and engineers. Here is a link to it, if anyone is interested. Thank you for attention. https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B072M8QRLN
  4. Hello, music producers, sound engineers, and musicians, my name is Dan, and I have been producing electronic music for more than five years. Sorry for self-promotion and advertising, but I guess it can be useful for musicians. Today I would like to present you a "Good Musician" app (that was made by a team of electronic music producers, DJs, and sound engineers around the world). It is a free offline dictionary of all music production words, audio engineering terms, DJ slang, EDM genres, sound effects, types of synthesis and sound waves, sampling forms, compression, reverb, ADSR, EQ, distortion, delay types and so on. In other words, it is a dictionary (with easy search and navigations) of all the most relevant and important words and definitions in the world of music creation. The app is 100% free, offline, 1.5 MB only, without any paid content and without any advertising. The link below is on PLAY MARKET, not on some strange websites. Thank you for attention. P.S. For now, it's just for Android. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=by.strategicsoft.goodmusician P.S.S. There is a kindle book, that came first. We made it first as a book, and then as an app. Maybe for IOS users and for those, who want to support our work, that we can create an IOS version of this dictionary and continue to grow and improve our app, it may be interesting. Kindle book is better, because it has all words in categories. For example: word * Compression* and all relative terms to compression, word *Reverb* and all relative to this term definitions, category *sound synthesis* and all types of synthesis, sound wave – and all types of waves, etc. (in app it's just a list of words, in alphabet order). So, I just put a link if anyone interested. https://www.amazon.com/Good-Musician-production-engineering-terminology-ebook/dp/B072M8QRLN/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1498901012&sr=1-1&keywords=good+musician
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