April 16th, 2016 by Justin Colletti
This story first appeared in Trust Me, I’m a Scientist on April 2, 2012.
Image courtesy of Flickr user Dennis AB
Recorded music has been getting louder over for the past few decades. So much louder in fact, that everyday-listeners have begun to hear about it in general-interest papers like Read more...
March 23rd, 2016 by Justin Colletti
It’s no secret that recorded music sales have dwindled dramatically since the dawn of the Napster age, more than 15 years ago. When adjusted for inflation and population growth, U.S. recorded music sales in fact dropped by an astonishing 64% between 2000 and 2009, and they have been slow to Read more...
March 4th, 2016 by Justin Colletti
This post first appeared in Trust Me, I’m a Scientist on March 17, 2014.
Image courtesy of Flickr user Nosha
“Good habits are worth being fanatical about.”
Research shows that developing a skill is nothing like cramming for an exam. Creative ability, like physical strength, is something that Read more...
March 1st, 2016 by Justin Colletti
Thanks to our sponsors at Universal Audio, we get to bring you some key highlights from Kevin Killen‘s unforgettable MixCon presentation. In this one he takes us through a real working mix for up-and-coming Houston Texas band, The Vanity.
Kevin starts off by giving us some background on his history Read more...
February 19th, 2016 by Justin Colletti
We are proud to begin re-posting some of the greatest hits from Trust Me, I’m a Scientist right here on SonicScoop for posterity. This story was originally published in TMIAS on February 4, 2013.
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One of the most hotly—and perhaps unnecessarily—debated topics in the Read more...