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In The Studio: How To Analyze A Hit
« on: September 13, 2019, 07:51:03 am »

In The Studio: How To Analyze A Hit
It doesnít matter whether you like the song or the artist, the recording captured some magic that makes millions of people want to listen to it.
By Bobby Owsinski ē September 12, 2019


Hit songs are marvelous teachers. It doesnít matter whether you like the song or the artist, the recording captured some sort of magic that makes millions of people want to listen to it. That makes it worthy of analysis because thereís always something we can learn.

If you really want to understand an audio recording and hear it in a new way, here are a few pointers on what to listen for. Iím going to break it down to a general technique, and then add an additional advanced technique for experienced musicians, engineers and producers, since they already have more refined listening skills...

Continue reading here: https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/recording/in-the-studio-how-to-analyze-a-hit/
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