Peace all, Professor SentZ here. I'd like to Introduce the Lab Brief, a short segment in between episodes where we discuss quick, actionable tips and scene announcements that we think you'll enjoy. Today Professor SentZ discusses some ways to maximize your practice routines whether you're a DJ, performer, or play an instrument. We'll also discuss how to manage the expectations of other creatives in the crowd during your sets.
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After 2 weeks of synthesizer heaven, episode 5 of the Lab Science Podcast covers a topic that anyone making music should start to understand, mixing. We're dishing out an episode full of tips that you can start to practice immediately, covering topics like compression, EQing, Saturation, Reverb and tons more!
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The Lab Science Podcast returns with a new episode dedicated to the Roland AIRA System-1 synthesizer. Captain Lean Automatic is at the helm as we navigate through some of the System-1's best features and sounds. We also spent some time at the end experimenting with the synth patched into the Roland AIRA VT-3 Vocal Transformer, and boy were we pleasantly surprised!
For this episode's homework assignment, we've included a download to the entire synth recording track from the podcast, and it's up to you to find a spot on it to sample. There's TONS of audio craziness to choose from, so chop, produce, share and the best song gets a free iTunes gift card!
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Welcome back to the Lab Science Podcast. This week we take a look at some synthesis basics while conducting an audio overview of the new Korg Monologue, a hardware synth that literally can't be found in stores. Professor SentZ and Captain Lean Automatic also crack a few Modelo's and discuss Troy Ave, the difficulty keeping NYC clubs open, and the "post crack" hiphop generation.
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