LO.09 Implement performance correction techniques in music productions with specialised tools.

For this learning outcome i selected a sample of the lager phone from my recording in the Audient and placed it in on a new editing track, labelled it LO.9. I then proceeded to open the STEVEN SLATE triggering plug in. B selecting the different drum/snare sample triggers, I mixed elements of the various triggers to create a new audio asset which resembled a mix of the dr sample & the inclusion of the drum triggers to create  & correct the original sound. Through the use of the “mix” function in the plug in and panning the wet signal, I produced a new corrective sound asset through the STEVEN SLATE  specialised tool. The audio outcome was a mix between a snare and a tambourine instrument. The sound resonated well and I was comfortable with the frequency response and the tonal qualities of the new sound asset.

I then proceeded from there and i duplicated the new tambourine/snare sound to a new track and then changed the slate trigger into a mix of  kick drum and the lagerphone.  I then cut the samples to be manipulated individually and created a drum beat. From this, I then created two new sounds b correcting the original sample, my aim was to correct a recorded groove through the use of a drum triggering tool through the use of the plug in

snare trigger and lager phone

snare trigger and lager phone

kick trigger and lager phone

kick trigger and lager phone

From here, i continued to experiment with this performance corrective technique on a cajon beat to improve on the audio asset. Here i duplicated the new tambourine/snare sound to a new track and then changed the slate trigger into a mix of  kick drum and the lager-phone.  I then cut the samples to be manipulated individually and created a drum beat. From this, I then created two new sounds by correcting the original sample, my aim was to correct a recorded groove through the use of a drum triggering tool plug in.

the created trigger drum beat

the created trigger drum beat

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