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This is a guest post by Sam Matla.
Sam is the author of the most excellent eBook/audiobook/video package The Producer’s Guide to Workflow & Creativity. I totally love what he’s done with the guide. It’s important and well carried out and I think it deserves all the attention it can get.
If you like this post then you should check his guide as well. Now, let’s welcome Sam to Resoundsound and see what he has to say about focus. -Ilpo
The Italian company Acustica Audio are known for their quest on uncompromising sound quality and accuracy in emulating analogue sound and equipment. They sent me the Blue Eq plugin from their Acqua series to try out (thank you very much). I have given it a good spin – here are my thoughts.
I recently listened to an excellent audio biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (grab it free with Audible trial here). It was extremely inspiring and thought provoking to say the least.
Besides teaching me a lot about history it especially got me thinking about the parallels between Mozart’s days and ours. Of course, musical styles and the tools of making music have since evolved to something completely different. But there’s a lot – and I mean A LOT – of common ground underneath when it comes to conducting the craft itself. [Read more…] about 6 Lessons From Mozart to Modern Creators
The Softube Console 1 has greatly intrigued me ever since it first came out in early 2014.
Part of the fun in making music for me is honing my workflow and experimenting with different tools and processes.
The Console 1 is a new generation mixer that combines hands on workflow and analog modeled sound with software that integrates neatly into your DAW.
How would the Console 1 work for an electronic music geek like myself? I decided to jump in and find out. [Read more…] about Softube Console 1 Review – Analog Workflow in Digital Domain