A Side Productions A Side Productions is a music production company established by Per Magnusson and David Kreuger in early 2001.
Anchor point (audio) In audio and recording, what is know colloquially as an anchor point is a center position in a stereo mix reserved for only three or four important tracks.
Andrew Louper Andrew Louper (born 18 March 1973) — a Russian producer, musician, composer, songwriter, best known as one of the principal innovators of Russian production music, general producer of i-Volutio...
Artistic control Artistic control or creative control is a term commonly used in media production, such as movies, television, and music production.
Audio post production Audio post production is the general term for all stages of production happening between the actual recording in a studio and the completion of a master recording.
Backing track A backing track is an audio or MIDI recording that musicians play or sing along to in order to add parts to their music which would be impractical to perform live.
Click track A click track is a series of audio cues used to synchronize sound recordings, sometimes for synchronization to a moving image.
D'Knock Darko Juranović, better known by his stage name D'Knock, is a Croatian music producer, songwriter and performer, as well as a promoter of the Croatian club and hip-hop scene.
Dan McKeown Dan McKeown a Philadelphia producer who has gained international fame with his music and television productions.
Dave Miller (producer) Dave Miller (born David Leonart Kleiber) 4 July 1925, Germany – 24 May 1985, London) was a record producer and the founder of many budget album record companies.
Dave Ockun Dave Ockun was born in Syosset, New York and is a well-known Los Angeles Real Estate Agent for Keller Williams and former concert producer and music industry professional based in Los Angeles.
Demo (music) A demo version or demo of a song (shortened from the word "demonstration") is one recorded for reference rather than for release.
Dubbing (music) In sound recording, dubbing is the transfer or copying of previously recorded audio material from one medium to another of the same or a different type.
Ensoniq PARIS Ensoniq PARIS was a digital audio workstation available for PCs and Macintosh computers, sold by Ensoniq Corporation in 1998 and later by E-mu Systems.
FL Studio FL Studio (formerly known as FruityLoops) is a digital audio workstation developed by the Belgian company Image-Line.
FL Studio Mobile FL Studio Mobile is a digital audio workstation available for iOS devices such as the iPad, the iPhone, and iPod touch.
Gene Pierson Gene Pierson is an Australian recording artist, music publisher and promoter who had a successful solo recording career in Australia and New Zealand in the 1960s and 70s.
Gorilla Tek Tony Castillo, better known as Gorilla Tek, or G-Tek is an award-winning American record producer and composer.
Guide track A guide track or ghost track is a recorded selection of music or song used as an aid in sound recording, filmmaking and performance.
Icon Collective Icon Collective is a digital music production school created by artists for artist.
Ilias Papadakis Ilias Papadakis (born January 27, 1977) is a Greek thrash metal guitarist.
K&K Verlagsanstalt K&K Verlagsanstalt is a German record label, based at Landau in der Pfalz, owned by Josef-Stefan Kindler and Andreas Otto Grimminger.
Linda Nash Linda Nash is a music producer and hit maker that has worked with many well known international musicians and recording artists.
Lip dub A lip dub is a type of video that combines lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video.
Live instrumentation In music, live instrumentation is the use of acoustic and electronic musical instruments in live music and recording rather than DJing, sampling, and other recording techniques.
Music library A music library contains music-related materials for patron use.
Needle drop (audio) A needle drop is a version of a music album that has been transferred from a vinyl record to digital audio or other formats.
Neutron and Star Neutron and Star, also known as Seventh Heaven, is a British trance duo consisting of producer/writer Alan Stott and vocalist/writer Lucy Clarke.
OnClassical OnClassical is an Italian independent record label.
Overdubbing Overdubbing (the process of making an overdub, or overdubs) is a technique used in audio recording, whereby a performer listens to an existing recorded performance, and plays a new p...
Overproduction (music) Overproduction is the excessive use of audio effects, layering, or digital manipulation in music production.
Peter Antal Peter Antal is a music producer, singer/songwriter, Peter made numerous recordings and covers which helped popularize him, in the US music industry.
Phil Dudderidge Phil Dudderidge (born 6 February 1949 in Watford) is an English sound engineer.
Pre-release cover version In the music industry, a pre-release cover version is a type of cover version that arises when a cover artist releases a version of a song before the original artist does.
Prime Loops Prime Loops is an audio production company based in London, UK and was founded by Ben Jayakody in 2008.
Pro Tools Pro Tools is a digital audio workstation for Microsoft Windows and OS X, developed and manufactured by Avid Technology.
Pumping (audio) In audio, recording, and music, pumping or gain pumping is a creative misuse of compression, the "audible unnatural level changes associated primarily with the release of a compressor".
Quantization (music) In digital music processing technology, quantization is the process of transforming performed musical notes, which may have some imprecision due to expressive performance, to an underlying music...
Re-edit In popular music, a re-edit is an altered version of a recorded song created by repeating, reordering, or removing sections of the original recording - for example, making a chorus repeat severa...
Record producer A record producer is an individual working within the music industry, whose job is to oversee and manage the recording (i.e.
Reference tone A reference tone is a pure tone corresponding to a known frequency, and produced at a stable sound pressure level (volume), usually by specialized equipment.
Rupert Neve Rupert Neve, born 31 July 1926 in Newton Abbot in the county of Devonshire in southwestern England, is an English electronics engineer and entrepreneur, who is particularly known as a designer o...
School of Synthesis School of Synthesis was a development from the electronic music scene in Melbourne, Australia.
Scratch vocal A scratch vocal is a vocal performance recorded by a singer in order to provide reference to a producer when crafting other pieces of the recorded song.
Sideman A sideman is a professional musician who is hired to perform or record with a group of which he or she is not a regular member.
Sonic artifact In sound and music production, sonic artifact, or simply artifact, refers to sonic material that is accidental or unwanted, resulting from the editing or manipulation of a sound.
SOUNDEDIT SOUNDEDIT (International Festival of Music Producers and Sound Designers SOUNDEDIT) − an annual, international festival dedicated to music producers and sound designers.
Soundedit Festival SOUNDEDIT (International Festival of Music Producers and Sound Designers SOUNDEDIT) − an annual, international festival dedicated to music producers and sound designers.
Soundrangers Soundrangers was the first online sound library of original sound effects and production music designed for specifically for interactive media such as video games, websites and interactive software.
Stem (audio) In audio production, a stem is a group of audio sources mixed together, usually by one person, to be dealt with downstream as one unit.
Stem (music) Stems can refer to two things in music: music notation and audio production.
Take A take is a single continuous recorded performance.
Tonmeister Tonmeister is most often found as a job description in the music and recording industries.
Xenochrony Xenochrony is a studio-based musical technique developed at an unknown date, but possibly as early as the early 1960s, by Frank Zappa, who used it on several albums.