March 26th, 2017 by SonicScoop
Every weekend in March, we’re posting some of Justin Colletti’s best free music production videos to help spread the word about his new course, “Mixing Breakthroughs”—which is filled to the brim with the kinds of valuable lessons Justin wishes he had learned years ago.
This week, we’ve got Read more...
March 22nd, 2017 by Jason Moss
They say first impressions are everything.
But today, it’s often not you, but your website that makes the first impression.
The bottom line: If your site isn’t up to snuff, you may be scaring off potential clients.
The good news is that crafting a top-tier site is easier than ever. Read more...
March 19th, 2017 by SonicScoop
Every weekend in March, we’ve been posting some of Justin Colletti’s best free music production video tutorials to help spread the word about his new course, “Mixing Breakthroughs”—which is getting rave reviews from readers.
This week, we’ve got some of his best tips on the most crucial, fundamental, Read more...
March 15th, 2017 by Jesse Klapholz
Jesse Klapholz‘ analysis of Rudy Van Gelder’s place in recorded music history is excerpted and adapted from his upcoming textbook, The New Cyclopedia of Jazz Recording Techniques.
It offers what may be considered a controversial take on the legendary recordist, but one worth considering and debating. These are the Read more...
March 12th, 2017 by Blake Madden
This story first appeared in Trust Me, I’m a Scientist, December 2, 2013.
For musicians of my generation, our first experiments with turning two cassette decks into a makeshift multi-track recording device—by dubbing the output of one deck into the input of the other while playing a new instrument—could Read more...