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Keeping It Real: Psychoacoustics In IEM Mixing
« on: October 04, 2018, 01:44:47 pm »

Keeping It Real: Psychoacoustics In IEM Mixing
What do we know about how the brain and ears work together to create the auditory response, and how can we make use of it in our mixes?
By Becky Pell ē October 4, 2018


Monitor engineers know that there are many soft skills required in their job. For example, building trusting relationships with bands and artists is vital for them to feel supported so that they can forget about monitoring and concentrate on their job of giving a great performance.

But what do we know about how the brain and ears work together to create the auditory response, and how can we make use of it in our mixes?

Hearing is not simply a mechanical phenomenon of sound waves traveling to the ear canal and being converted into electrical impulses by the nerve cells of the inner ear; itís also a perceptual experience. The ears and brain join forces to translate pressure waves into an informative event which tells us where a sound is coming from, how close it is, whether itís stationary or moving, how much attention to give to it and whether to be alarmed or relaxed in response...

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