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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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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Meaningful Relationships for Today

We remember the bad with the good… We only forget the bad. If you want to be remembered, take something from someone that is meaningful to them. They most assuredly will remember. If you don’t want to be forgotten, leave something with them that is meaningful to you. They most assuredly, won’t forget. J.C. … Continue reading

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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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