May 23, 2022 5:15 pm

The crash cymbal is made to be hit on its edge, so you should put it at a more or less horizontal position. Put it at a height that’s comfortable for you and the length of your arms. Be careful not to put it up so high that you need to stretch your arm all the way to hit it, and don’t put it low enough to knock against the top of your hi hat stand or your first tom when it’s in free motion after being hit. Think of the height that Goldilocks would like: just right. The Ride Cymbal The ride cymbal is most likely the largest and heaviest cymbal in your collection. Go ahead and put it on a cymbal stand the same way that you put your crash cymbal on its stand, with one felt under the cymbal and one felt and the wing nut on top of the cymbal. You might want to tighten down the wing nut just a little bit more than you did with the crash cymbal, but again, not too much.
Music is pleasant to the ears. Producing a very good music involves a lot of process from its creation up to its reproduction. One of these processes is a critical procedure called mastering. In this procedure, the audio recording is enhanced for perfection and greater sound quality. This stage is a very important part of the entire process of producing the album. A lot of people may not know that between recording and the reproduction of the music contained in the CD, there is still a vital stage. It is in this stage that the audio was made into the sound quality that everybody hears. The quality of the sound as it was heard by people is done through mastering.

Mastering involves the preparation and transfer of the recording into its final storage medium, which is the copy used for mass reproduction. The entire procedure is done by a specialist in audio engineering called mastering engineer. A special type of equipment is used for the procedure. Basically, there are three steps in the mastering process. All these steps are vital in the creation of a very good sounding CD music. First, the recorded audio, or tracks, are arranged into a sequence. The spaces between each song will be arranged to avoid overlapping or too long or too short transition of songs. After the sequencing, comes now the andldquo;sweeteningandrdquo; of the audio. In this stage, the songs is enhanced or improved by removing the impurities of the audio. The volume levels of each song are equalized. The frequency will be balanced for consistency. Unnecessary noises are reduced or eliminated. And a lot of other actions are undertaken. All of these are performed under the skillful ears and amazing knowledge of the mastering engineer. The final stage in the mastering process is the transfer of the audio into its final storage device. The recording is then transported into the CD, audio tape or other device. It is this device that will be used for the replication of the album. This procedure will dictate the quality of the album.

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