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5/9/2011 7:20 AM

I’ve seen references to “convolution reverb” and “algorithmic reverb.” What’s the diff erence between them? Is one type better than the other? How do you know which kind is best for a particular project? JOE PASQUALE, HACKENSACK, NJ Convolution and

5/9/2011 7:15 AM

BY CRAIG ANDERTON 1 Be open minded. Good DJs are musically open minded, ready for anything, and have an encyclopedic knowledge of all kinds of music. 2 The audience is all that matters. DJs live and die by the reaction

5/9/2011 7:11 AM

SOCIAL NETWORKING is the most indispensable tool that an artist can use to maximize exposure, build a fan base, and capture the attention of the industry. The era of the major label showcase that wins an artist a record deal

5/9/2011 7:06 AM

BY MICHAEL MOLENDA WHETHER IT’S fair or not, commercial musicians don’t typically hit the top of the pops solely because they are extremely talented instrumentalists or singers. The “x factor” for fame (apologies to Simon Cowell) is as brutally simple

5/2/2011 4:16 AM

I’ve seen references to “convolution reverb” and “algorithmic reverb.” What’s the difference between them? Is one type better than the other? How do you know which kind is best for a particular project?JOE PASQUALE, HACKENSACK, NJThanks for your question, Joe

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