Thanks to our sponsors at Soundtoys, we get to bring you some key highlights from Marc McClusky‘s unforgettable MixCon presentation, in which he walks us through a real working mix for Motion City Soundtrack. Marc shows us his overhead treatments, his methods for tasteful and organic sample augmentation, his approach for making snares punch using […]
We keep churning out great new stories on SonicScoop every day. But If you haven’t seen many articles from me personally on SonicScoop lately, there are a three very good (and very exciting) reasons for that: 1. I’ve been working to help develop new writers for the site. The more we can open up SonicScoop to become […]
The last time we talked to songwriter Paul Waaktaar-Savoy, he was working out of his own studio in SoHo, prolific as ever after having completed a farewell tour for his mega-platinum band A-ha a couple of years prior. Today, he is back with a new studio and a new album with A-ha—the band’s 10th studio […]
So, you’ve recorded some great songs. Now how in the name of heck do you get people to actually listen to them?? Justin Colletti is back on the SonicScoop Video Blog with a new post on promoting and distributing music: “How To Get Your Music Heard (By Actual People)”
How one arranger roped in millions of listeners with unusual renditions of pop songs, video game scores and TV themes.