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The Many Faces of Music
Music is a powerful way to connect with people and create emotions. It can be used to invoke age-old traditions or to inspire social change. It can make people happy and sad and everything in between. The fact that everyone can experience Music in so many ways is truly fascinating.
Producing is the process of turning an artist’s ideas or raw talent into a finished musical product. Oftentimes, producers act as a liaison between the artist and recording engineer, translating the artistic language of the artists into the technical language of the studio. They may also play a role in finding new talent by scouting potential artists and helping them develop their skills. Many producer’s have engineering backgrounds and often have a great deal of knowledge in the technical aspects of production.
The most common aspects of Music are melody, harmony, rhythm and tone/timbre. These are all related to the way that sounds are perceived, but can differ depending on the genre of music. For example, a symphony can have an orchestral sound, whilst a solo ukulele might have a more light and breezy feel to it.
Most music is created using instruments, either real or virtual. Virtual instruments usually fall into one of two categories; synthesisers, which are purely digital and use algorithms to make all the sounds you hear and sampled instruments, which rely on carefully prepared recordings of acoustic instruments to work (called ‘samples’). These samples are then loaded into the virtual instrument and are triggered as you play. You can also add effects such as reverb, delay and chorus to the instruments in your song. This is called the mix, and is a crucial part of creating your song.