“I would rather write 10,000 notes than a single letter of the alphabet” – Ludwig van Beethoven

Audio editing

While the recording of a track may sound OK without any editing, a few improvements in terms of fixing noticeable timing issues, getting rid of unwanted noise such as unnecessary breaths, pops and clicks and reducing sibilance, or harsh high-frequency sounds from vocalists can turn a good recording into a “professional” one.

MIDI editing

MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface.

It is a way to connect devices that make and control sound — such as synthesisers, samplers, and computers — so that they can communicate with each other, using MIDI messages.

MIDI can be played by a MIDI enabled instrument and recorded as a track on a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). This recording can be edited down to fine detail.

A great advantage with MIDI is that just about any sound can be applied to that MIDI track which allows great creativity in the music creation and mixing stages.

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