A compressor is a device that allows you to smooth out the dynamic range of a signal. In simpler terms: what was quiet will become louder, and what was loud will become somewhat quieter. As a result, the sound will become more dense. In addition, the compressor allows you to even out technical recording defects: for example, when recording vocals, vocalists (especially not experienced ones) shake their heads, swing the microphone back and forth, periodically bounce, kick their feet and do other funny tricks, which leads to a floating volume level. In this (and in many other situations) a compressor will help, which will smooth out the level change. Continue reading
In general, a radio DJ or radio host does not need to be able to put together records, because his work is in a completely different way of handling music. On the one hand, it simplifies your life: it may even seem to you that absolutely everyone can become a radio DJ. But, alas, everything is not so simple: just wanting to work on the radio is not enough, you need to develop yourself and broaden your horizons – and in what exactly directions, you will learn further.
In addition to the ability to handle a computer, vinyl and CD-ROMs, you must have a beautiful voice, good imagination and the ability to instantly clothe any thought you like in a coherent and interesting speech.
Everything is clear with the voice and imagination: the radio does not “sell” you, but your voice, and what Continue reading