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ブログ 2017-10-06

「英訳記事(translation article)」Comments from musician “Daiki Kamisaki”

Today’s article is a translation of a comment article by Japanese musician Daiki Kamisaki. 
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As my composition style, I often make songs while making performances with improvisation conscious of live performance. I always compose in my own room, but I really care about sound leakage.

I use CUBASE as a sequencer, and I adjust the vocal effect with FX channel. But it doesn’t feel live with the headphones, so I am making a whole depth by relying on a speaker.

Although I was using another sound absorbing material, it was hard to put out a dead sound and remove the strange reverberation sound. This was stress of making songs.

When I was looking for a good sound absorbing material in such a situation, my friend told me that “SHIZUKA Stillness Panel” is good, I actually tried using it. Just making a little sound, I immediately understood the effect. It made the sound completely dead, I was surprised by the change that I smiled unintentionally.

The amazing part of this sound absorbing material is to make the grain of sound flat. The singing environment in the live house and the singing environment in the room are different, but by making it in a flat state as infinitely, it became possible to compose music assuming a live flowing sound.

This panel is a breakthrough sound absorbing material.

With this, I no longer have to worry about sound leakage, and the stress of creating sound space is gone.

I recommend this for those who are recording music at home, but also people who like movie appreciation can enjoy rich sounds without concern for sound leakage.

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