Category Archives: Advice/Tools/Tips

In a Rut? What’s Today?

This tip is geared mainly for Keyboardists, though parts of it might apply to other instrumentalists or musicologists: Often there have been times when I start working on a project only to find I cannot finish it or worse can’t … Continue reading

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Why Drum Module Software Plug-Ins Work for Me

Part I – The Drums, The Studio, The Drummer A good software drum module plugin is something I cannot over emphasize when it comes to working in the studio.  I’m not advocating it as a substitute for a live drum … Continue reading

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Attila…Pretty Sure I Could Fix This in the Mix….

Much ado about how bad this album was. I’m pretty sure I could fix it in the mix….

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Are You Being Honest in Your Music?

So what kind of question is that? The more I learn about the technicalities of performing music, the more I come to realize the arbitrariness of the pleasure experienced from listening to music.  I’ve got to be honest.  I’ve been … Continue reading

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Grading BerkleeMusic’s “Audio Basics for Recording”

Written Kelleigh Welch For Dan Thompson, a professor with the Berklee College of Music, the ability to become a great producer begins with the basics. “A big part of the job (as a producer/ engineer) is making things work and … Continue reading

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