KHUR Radio Podcast

Is the music industry still alive? Does sports really increase brain power? Why do indie artist hate signing contracts? We answer these questions and more with exclusive interviews & hot topic discussions on The Grind Mode Show with host DinoFaReal, The Next MC 2Blow Show hosted by Heavy Hustles & Tee’s Corner Sports hosted by Tee Word on the KHUR Radio Podcast. All podcast shows can be heard weekly on KHUR Radio or right here on the KHUR Radio Podcast channel.

The LUFS [loudness units relative to full scale] meters are extremely accurate at displaying the perceived loudness of audio material. The LUFS scale (sometimes called LKFS, though they're exactly the same thing) was introduced primarily to outline broadcast standards to keep the perceived volume of the different shows and adverts the same. This is called loudness normalisation and it stops the consumer from constantly reaching for the remote to control the volume.

The music industry is following suit, and now many leading streaming platforms such as Spotify, Youtube and Apple Music are normalising music so the play back is at a consistent volume. If you hear a dynamically mastered jazz track followed by a compressed, loud dubstep track on Spotify they maintain a relatively constant perceived loudness.

If you produce music, the following podcast is crucial for you to know, as you need to understand how your audience will experience your music. The current trend of mastering music super LOUD is already extremely detrimental to the quality of the audio…But, as I will explain in this podcast, the future of music consumption will favor dynamic music over loud compressed music. So understanding and using LUFS meters in your production process will ensure your music is heard in its best possible form.

Mixing and Mastering can be done by anyone with access to a digital audio workstation, right?  Join Executive Engineer & Producer DinoFaReal of MEMG, Boss Beatz & KHUR Radio as he breaks down the ins-and-outs of audio engineering at the industry level while offering quick tips to improve your skills.  Whether you are mixing and mastering your own music looking to make your mark in the music industry as an engineer, just starting out or been at it for a while, this podcast is for you.  

The Grind Mode Show host DinoFaReal goes 1 on 1 with independent artist & business owner T-Krazie about his new single "Enough To Go Around", recent projects, industry inside tips, music business current events and much more.  T-Krazie tells his unique story directly to music fans on the ups & downs of becoming successful in the music industry. This is a must listen for any independent artist looking to pursue a career in the music industry. 

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