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Three steps to exploring the wonders of tempo shifting.

Hello and welcome back to another Dojo. This time I’m going to be talking about the joy of using varispeed in your tracking productions to give your music a different timbral shift and open you up to some very creative possibilities.

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Note the ability to make pinpoint-precise fixes in both Ozone's Izotope Dynamic EQ (Fig. 1— top) and Fab Filter's Q3 (Fig. 2 — bottom).

Want to surgically fix that "ice pick in the forehead tone?" Check into dynamic EQ.

Greetings everyone, and welcome to another Dojo installment. For my next two columns, we're going to be examining the differences between using a dynamic EQ or a multiband compressor. This month, I'm going to discuss the benefits of using a dynamic EQ in your recordings.

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Why you should consider tracking the acoustic sound of your solid-, semi-, or hollowbody axe in addition to the amp it's plugged into.

Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Dojo. This month we are going to do something rarely done and counterintuitive. We are going to mic our electric guitar in addition to the amp! Why? Because there is something to be gained. The Dojo is now open, so let's get started.

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