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coiski 101: Understanding the Use of Audio Ducking When and how to drop the beat.

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Ducking – Ducking in audio recording is a technique for allowing a narrator’s voice to be heard clearly and consistently when there is other audio happening at the same time, such as background music.

In today’s coiski 101 piece, we explain the use of audio ducking and how it’s implemented in today’s digital media. Check back later to see our video featuring DJ Skee, in which you can see the use of audio ducking in a real-life example.

Norris Groves Jr.

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