Sunvox Tutorial/Mastering and presentation

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Mastering and Presentation[edit | edit source]

A tutorial on how to polish and present your work using Sunvox music software.

Tutorial objectives[edit | edit source]

Once you have completed this tutorial, you should be able to:

  • Balance sound levels using the graphic equaliser
  • Mute and Solo sound sources
  • Exporting your song
  • Choose performance options

Introduction[edit | edit source]

This tutorial helps you to answer the question:

I can efficiently produce complex materials in Sunvox, but how can I get it to sound really polished?

You will take a tour through some of the options Sunvox offers for monitoring and analysing your music. You will see how you can use modules and module parameters to balance your sound, and you will learn what sound export options Sunvox offers as well as examine some live and recorded display options.

Bringing up the EQ[edit | edit source]

Displaying individual modules or sound streams in the EQ[edit | edit source]

The EQ as a guide to imbalanced sounds[edit | edit source]

Compression, filters, amplifiers and the art of soundscaping[edit | edit source]

Save your work[edit | edit source]

Sunvox for live performers[edit | edit source]

Software options for playing your .sunvox file[edit | edit source]