It’s not the tool, it’s the user. But as a blogger and content creator, I get to play with a lot of cool tools. Here’s a few of them that I highly recommend checking out. 1. The Plugins From My Walkthroughs. Obviously anything from my recent product videos, and not just because I did the product walkthrough. Boz Digital Labs’s … Read More
Dancing Angels – From idea to finished mix!
One of my latest mixes, which you may have heard by now, is “Danging Angels” from Project DIVIDE! It’s not been officially released yet on iTunes, but you can check it out on our youtube page here. This one was fun as hell! I wrote the music on my iPhone using NanoStudio one day while waiting outside of a doctors … Read More
Mix Breakdown: “Blue” by Patric Talbot
Today, I decided to push into new territory and mix a bluesy jazzy number. This was done purely for mix practice, not for a client. The song was “Blue” by Patrick Talbot, which you can download and mix yourself from the Cambridge Site. In this post, I wanna walk through my process on this mix. We’ll start with mix prep. … Read More
Why I’m moving on without my Analog Console.
Last summer, after a year of VCC use, I got my first analog console. I got it on a trade, an Audio Technica AT4050 for this killer Panasonic Ramsa. I figured it’d be something I could expand into, because I didn’t have the I/O for more than 6 channels. Closing ones studio to be a caregiver, and moving into a … Read More
Why Steven Slate is the reason I use Slate Plugins.
(This is a guest post from Nick Wilke near Chicago Illinois) I’ve been tinkering with recording since i was 13 and had an old tascam portastudio (1996) and it’s been a big part of my life ever since. I started with Pro Tools 6.8 and a USB Mbox. Back then i didnt give a flying shit about plugins, i used … Read More