Not every music producer or artist has the luxury of having a background in sound engineering. However, understanding a few properties of noise and its effect can help even the most novice of musicians gain an optimal edge. Learning the speed of sound can help you predict sound delay and echo problems – and learning the importance of grounded equipment will help you get rid of that annoying buzz.
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What are the frequency and amplitudes of your noise issues.