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Artists and musicians recording their tracks from home have got more resources on hand than ever before. Recently, I discovered a new website called Kollab that will definitely be of interest to any of our readers looking to find musicians and producers to help finish their tracks. Collaboration is the name of the game for […]
Meet Dominic Fragman, a multi-instrumentalist who sings, drums, and plays guitar… at the same time. He never has to worry about lining up schedules for his band to rehearse because he is his band. Do you remember Rahzel, in particular his song “If Your Mother Only Knew” from nearly 2 decades ago, where he would […]
Among the recent questions we've been helping readers out with, there were a couple very technical ones about recording and acoustic treatment. The third is about overcoming the obstacle of fear when it comes to pursuing music theory. It can be daunting at first and we have some advice regarding making progress... We like to […]
You know what really butters my biscuit? You know what really grinds my gears in the studio? Let me tell you... Not wrapping long cables in the over-under fashion. I'm aware that not everyone is aware that there's a better way to wind a cable in a circle. Ignorance is no excuse. A 50 foot […]
Before we jump right into my list of best mixed albums, let's remind the jimmy rustlers... this is an opinion post. And since it's based around my opinion, it's limited to the albums that I've had the fortune to listen to and become intimately familiar with. These are my favorite in terms of mixing, and […]
I, for one, welcome our new piano overlords. In 2009 at the World Venice Forum, Austrian composer Peter Ablinger unveiled his crazy-ass talking piano by having it read the Proclamation of the European Environmental Criminal Court: The video is in German but there are subtitles and the piano speaks in English. This is incredible though. […]