Interview: Indie Up visual

Interview: Indie Up

Amélie Martin presents us her Indie Up platform dedicated to the accompaniment of independent musicians. Its ambition today is to design and produce support through Masterclass and coaching that responds to the issues faced by its users: strategy consulting, EP release, promotion, business, legal issues, organisation, etc.
How to choose your external sound card? visual

How to choose your external sound card?

For once, Moja-audio offers you today the opportunity to read a very interesting article on the choice of your external sound card, written by Bruno L'Espérance of External sound cards... Does that mean anything to you? This is a very important element when making computer-assisted music. If you don't have too much computer knowledge, your computer already has a sound card (internal) that leads the sound to an output (e.g. headphones or speakers). Generally, they are very basic and do not allow for good quality audio recording.
News from february 2019 : EP/Album mastering! visual

News from february 2019 : EP/Album mastering!

The mastering of an album is a work that must be done by a single audio engineer. Indeed, beyond the corrections made on each song, the mastering must bring a harmonization between them (volume, sound color, etc.). Until now, Moja-audio only offered "Single" mastering, song by song... From now on, you can launch a "EP/Album" mastering competition! This allows you to benefit from a service...
New features from January 2019! visual

New features from January 2019!

We are pleased to announce that two new features have been implemented in the past few days.... They were eagerly awaited by some of you! The "One-to-One" contests, which allow a direct collaboration with the audio engineer of your choice, and the "stems" mastering, which can be a good compromise for some people who hesitate between mixing and mastering. Here are some more detailed explanations....
What is stem mastering? visual

What is stem mastering?

Stem mastering is a variant of "classical" mastering, which is done from a track (most of the time stereo): the export of the mix. As its name suggests, stem mastering is based on stems, which are stereo tracks that group together several of your tracks. It will allow the audio engineer to have more flexibility in his work, to be able to make small corrections, to optimize and improve the sound quality of each stems if necessary. The result will inevitably be better! The interest is to group your tracks by "theme", such as vocal stem, percussive stem, bass stem, etc. We will go into more detail on the choice of stems a little lower....