Author Archives: Musicman

Rough Mixes – What are They

For me, a mix is not a rough mix until I am done tracking. Regardless of the overall quality and cohesiveness associated with a project, I am not bouncing tracks to stereo and seriously evaluating tracks as they pertain to … Continue reading

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Saturday

Saturday Here is another one of those potpourri “What Day is it Songs.” Now we have Sunday and Saturday… We had a bit of a holiday in that we needed some maintenance. It is good stuff though…It’s all about workflow, … Continue reading

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Oh, Positive

Originally called Saturday, here is another one of those, What day is it diddys. I decided I have to become more serious about titling my works…so I am now calling it, “Oh, Positive.” Like my blood type, subject to change…

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Smooth as Silk

There are times when as an Artist things go, as smooth as silk.  Such is the case when I composed “Etude para Usted.” Besides, in my biased opinion, being a very pretty composition, the thing I find to be the … Continue reading

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Less is More, More or Less

In this piece, Accessible Passage, I would like to illustrate something every Producer will encounter sooner or later. As in most Electronica music, the content is busy, throughout the piece. When I originally created this song, I used the version … Continue reading

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