How about starting 2014 with a bang? I’ve decided to take up on a challenge, and I’m inviting you along if you dare.Continue Reading
Today I received an email from Mr X:
“I began with the program Logic pro X. But i have a problem: I want to get some plug ins for this program, i’d like to get it for free, because buying it is too expensive for me at the moment,
so i like to download it, but it’s so hard to find it…
I need the following plug ins:
[followed by a list of paid VST-plugins]“
This is something I keep coming back to again and again. I run into it in my own pursuits, my peers and the precious people who hit me up.
I’ve said it time and time again:
There is good. There is great. There is beautiful. Yes. But forget about perfect. It doesn’t exist. Striving for it will drain you and ultimately stall your progress.
It’s an illusion, a false mindset.Continue Reading
It’s been a little over a year since the debut album by Loxy and myself – “Burning Shadows” - was released on Exit Records. The project had many phases and we put a ton of work on it over the course of 3-4 years. I’m still very happy and proud about how it turned out. But life is about learning, and I’ve gained new perspective since finishing the project. So let’s reflect for a bit upon the experience of working on an album… And what I would do differently next time.
Here we go – my 5 tips for making an album.
So I’ve recently started dabbling in Ableton Live. Lots to learn. Here are some of my initial thoughts and first impressions.
Before finalizing your project, you might want to bounce to audio. This can yield many benefits. Let’s look into a few.