In this video, the team over at Consordini Music show us how to use Reaper when adding effects and which are the most suitable for an instrument recording.
In this video, the team over at Consordini Music will teach us some tips on making an instrument recording.
In this video you can will learn about Reaper, a digital audio workstation (DAW) and all of its basic functions from the team over at Consordini Music.
A great tool for adding a different color in a chord progression is to include one or more half-diminished seventh chords (sometimes just called half-diminished chords).
The most common and most useful of these chords is the seventh, which you can use pretty much anywhere just to add a slightly different color to a chord, or in some types of progression to give the sequence of chords some extra thrust, because the added seventh is a mild dissonance, or clash, that makes the chord sound like it wants to move somewhere.
Chromatic alterations, such as sharps and flats, can be used to help create a more interesting chord progression in a piece of music. Ed Bell explains how to use these alterations effectively.