Audio Production Neologism: Homodulation

Homodulation – noun – In modern recording studio practice, the practice of removing any sort of idiosyncrasies, character, individuality, or other perceived ‘imperfection’ from the recorded product.


You heard it here first. (Actually, I just posted this on Gearslutz, but you heard it from me first. Well, unless you’re coming here from somewhere else long in the future when my new coinage is a commonplace in the studio world. Uh huh.)