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Inner Portal Studio Fall 2013 Update

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Hi everyone, just wanted to let you know about some changes happening at Inner Portal Studio. First up, I have new rates for all of my studio services, effective as of today.  For those clients who I have already discussed a project and budget with, I will continue to honor that quoted price. Mastering is $60 a song.  If you …

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More Power

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Ah, the dream of blazingly fast computers and never needing to wait for renders again, something all computer based musicians wish for at one point or another. Luckily there’s a few computer upgrades you can make that promise to speed up your workflow, but are they really worth it for day to day use? Will these upgrades make a noticeable …

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The Wind Waits, new ambient track.

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 The Wind Waits – Ambient 09-03-2013 Nice rainy day today, so I wanted to record something a little more cinematic and ambient this morning.  Used Live and Push for everything, pretty straight-forward little soundscape to drone out to on cloudy days.  Enjoy!

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And The Best Sounding DAW Is…..

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Not sure what’s causing it, but in the last few weeks I’ve been getting a lot of people sending me emails about my Live versus Logic Sound Quality post from a couple years ago.  Figured it was time to maybe update my views on the topic.  Or maybe clarify my views my be a better term. So no, I’m not …

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Push Part 2

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It’s great to see that so many people are curious about Push still, I’ve been getting a lot of questions since I posted my first thoughts after playing one.  So I think I’ll keep a running log here on the blog about how I’m getting on with it over time, since it’s likely going to be something I use a …

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Ableton Push – First Thoughts

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I have to admit, I was on the fence about Push when Ableton first announced it with Live 9.  After people started getting them and I heard generally positive things, I decided perhaps it was time to give one a try.  So I placed an order and after a bit of a wait, it arrived yesterday. A few people have …

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Plan Generate Content

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Well, now that I’m taking a break from my recent iPad music making kick, I find myself once again in between projects.   That nebulous place where you’re not quite sure what you want to work on next.  It has to be BIG, it has to be NEW, and it has to be FUN.  Ideally, it will happen with ease …

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Bits Gone By

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Last week I had a some fun putting together a list of all the different music making hardware I’ve owned over the years, so I thought I’d try and do the same thing with the different software I’ve used over the years.  There’s a lot more overlap in the software realm than the hardware side of things for me, but …

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Gear Gone By

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I recently finished a major overhaul of the studio, improving it not only for my mastering business, but also making things a little better for me as a musician as well.  You can read the full details of the build process here if you’re curious: The New Studio Desk As I was working on rearranging things, I started thinking about …

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The New Studio Desk

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For awhile now I’ve been thinking about building a new desk for my studio, one that would be custom-designed for my own personal needs.  In the past I’ve maintained two separate set ups in all of my studios, the main work area where I do all of my critical mastering work and most of my writing, and a separate set …

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