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Roland Go:Mixer Audio Interface
83,60 € *
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Kompakt, handlich und einfach in der Anwendung – der GO: MIXER ermöglicht es, erstklassige Tonaufnahmen abzumischen und zeitgleich unter dein Musikvideo oder sonstigen Video-Content zu legen, während du mit deinem Smartphone filmst. Verbinde dazu einfach den GO: MIXER mit deinem Smartphone und recorde den kristallklaren Stereo-Soundtrack* zum Video, während du performst. Dank mehrerer Inputs, kannst du ein Mikrofon, Musikinstrumente und einen Mediaplayer anschließen und den Sound während des Shoots live mischen. Anstatt das knisternde Mono-Mikrofon deines Smartphones verwenden zu müssen oder den Sound bei der Nachbearbeitung am Rechner unter den Film zu mischen, nimmst du nun gleichzeitig Video und Audio in erstklassiger Qualität auf. Der GO: MIXER ist die ideale Lösung, um deinen Social Media-Videos professionellen Klang zu verleihen und so mehr Views zu erhalten und neue Follower zu gewinnen! · Handteller-großer Audio Mixer für Smartphones · Ideal für die Verwendung am Rechner und unterwegs · Mehrere Eingänge zum Anschließen eines Mikrofons, mehrerer Musikinstrumente und · Mediaplayer · Plug and Play – einfach aus der Verpackung nehmen und loslegen · Verbindungskabel für iOS- und Android-Smartphones liegen bei · Stromzufuhr über die Verbindung zum Smartphone; keine Batterien oder Netzteil nötig · Center Cancel-Funktion zur Karaoke-Verwendung · iPhone/iPad/iPod · Bauform: Desktop · Abtastrate (max.): 44,1 kHz · Auflösung (max.): 16 Bit · Anzahl Mikrofoneingänge: 1 · Anzahl Analog I/Os: 4 In / 2 Out · Anschluss Rechner: USB 1.1 · Monitor Mixing: Hardware Monitoring · Bus Powered: Audio Interface

Anbieter: Musik Produktiv
Stand: 14.07.2020
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Taking the Work Out of Networking
24,95 € *
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The former Google executive, editorial director of Twitter and self-described introvert offers networking advice for anyone who has ever cancelled a coffee date due to social anxiety-about how to nurture a vibrant circle of reliable contacts without leaving your comfort zone.Networking has garnered a reputation as a sort of necessary evil in the modern business world. Some do relish the opportunity to boldly work the room, introduce themselves to strangers, and find common career ground-but for many others, the experience is often awkward, or even terrifying.The common networking advice for introverts are variations on the theme of overcoming or "fixing" their quiet tendencies. But Karen Wickre is a self-described introvert who has worked in Silicon Valley for 30 years. She shows you to embrace your true nature to create sustainable connections that can be called upon for you to get-and give-career assistance, advice, introductions, and lasting connections.Karen's "embrace your quiet side" approach is for anyone who finds themselves shying away from traditional networking activities, or for those who would rather be curled up with a good book on a Friday night than out at a party. For example, if you're anxious about that big professional mixer full of people you don't know, she advises you to consider skipping it (many of these are not productive), and instead set up an intimate, one-on-one coffee date. She shows how to truly make the most out of social media to sustain what she calls "the loose touch habit" to build your own brain trust to last a lifetime.With compelling arguments and creative strategies, this new way to network is perfect not only for introverts, but for anyone who wants for a less conventional approach to get ahead in today's job market.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 14.07.2020
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Musician's Survival Guide to a Killer Record
47,90 CHF *
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You're a musician. Like most musicians, you write songs. And when you write a song that you're all excited about, you record it, probably mostly at home, perhaps in some local studios too. You may even invite some friends to participate. Then you probably put your new record on streaming sites, band sites, and social media sites, perhaps all of those, because you feel you absolutely killed it, and the whole world needs to hear your new song right now. Some months later, you listen to your record again, only to realize you still adore the song, but the record itself fell short. Just like the last one did. Which brings up a very important question: Are you 100% satisfied with your records? Most of you are going to answer 'no' to that. Some of you probably believe that it's not even possible to be fully satisfied with your records. I'm here to tell you that it is. Who am I? I'm Mixerman, a producer, mixer, and recordist with multiple gold and platinum awards to my name. I was in precisely your position when I started out. I was a musician, happy with my songs, but frustrated with the recordings. In fact, it took me years to figure out how to make a Killer Record. The good news? I can help you to accelerate the learning curve considerably. It doesn't matter whether you make hip-hop or country, electronica or metal, indie rock or power pop, no matter the genre, there are certain truths that are universal to all music. You are operating within a set of limitations both musically and technically and that's where your creativity must shine. You have what you have, and what you have is going to change. Your great Art is made manifest with the resources available to you right now. This Survival Guide will help you overcome any impediment that might prevent you from achieving the record you intend, regardless of your recording environment, regardless of your gear, and regardless of your current skillset. You can make a Killer Record under nearly any circumstance. It just requires the right mindset.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 14.07.2020
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Musician's Survival Guide to a Killer Record
24,99 € *
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You're a musician. Like most musicians, you write songs. And when you write a song that you're all excited about, you record it, probably mostly at home, perhaps in some local studios too. You may even invite some friends to participate. Then you probably put your new record on streaming sites, band sites, and social media sites, perhaps all of those, because you feel you absolutely killed it, and the whole world needs to hear your new song right now. Some months later, you listen to your record again, only to realize you still adore the song, but the record itself fell short. Just like the last one did. Which brings up a very important question: Are you 100% satisfied with your records? Most of you are going to answer 'no' to that. Some of you probably believe that it's not even possible to be fully satisfied with your records. I'm here to tell you that it is. Who am I? I'm Mixerman, a producer, mixer, and recordist with multiple gold and platinum awards to my name. I was in precisely your position when I started out. I was a musician, happy with my songs, but frustrated with the recordings. In fact, it took me years to figure out how to make a Killer Record. The good news? I can help you to accelerate the learning curve considerably. It doesn't matter whether you make hip-hop or country, electronica or metal, indie rock or power pop, no matter the genre, there are certain truths that are universal to all music. You are operating within a set of limitations both musically and technically and that's where your creativity must shine. You have what you have, and what you have is going to change. Your great Art is made manifest with the resources available to you right now. This Survival Guide will help you overcome any impediment that might prevent you from achieving the record you intend, regardless of your recording environment, regardless of your gear, and regardless of your current skillset. You can make a Killer Record under nearly any circumstance. It just requires the right mindset.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 14.07.2020
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