Category Archive for: ‘Producing’

Welcome To The New Blog!

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Woo hoo, welcome to the new blog location.  Sorry if you got multiple notifications for this blog post the last day or so, still working out a couple last minute bugs with notifications.  Ummm, that’s all I have, but more soon! (Strymon Timeline review…..)

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Teenage Engineering OP-1 Review

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Well, it took me a few weeks in order to find the time to do a proper video, but my review of the Teenage Engineering OP-1 is now up on YouTube: http://youtu.be/Boo-J8jeZjI I wasn’t able to cover everything, so there’s still a lot the OP-1 can do that I didn’t go over.  Things like tempo and tape tricks, the MIDI …

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The Recharge

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Well, I’m finally back from a nice long vacation to Luxembourg, Paris, and London, and it was something I needed more than I realized.  Though in a way vacation is a bit misleading, as one of the main reasons Hallie and I went was to see if Luxembourg was someplace we would want to move to.  Yes, Hallie has been …

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Promoting Yourself

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Recently I had a friend send me an email to ask me how I went about attracting clients, as he was trying to get work doing audio engineering and was struggling a bit. It’s one of the many variations on a question I get asked all the time, how do I get work in the audio field? While this guide …

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DDP – New Downtempo Track

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 Tarekith – DDP <- Right Click to Save or Play. Well it feels like ages since I managed to finish up a track, though looking back that’s probably because it has been a few months since I have!   This track was something I started in Maschine Studio, using that to do all of the beats and most of the synths. …

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Sometimes The Brain Doesn’t Work

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Chalk one up to intuition and taking a leap based on a gut feeling. So far selling Maschine and going for the Teenage Engineering OP-1 seems like it was the right thing to do. I’m not going to go into a full review of the OP-1 right now, but it’s quirky interface and use of audio recording to save your …

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Garage Sale, Goodbye Maschine Studio

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Well, I guess at the very least the last thing I will ever need to worry about is where to store all my gear. Kind of hard to stockpile stuff when you barely hang on to it for even a year. Maybe I should back up. I’m selling the Maschine Studio, and likely most of my guitar pedals. Sigh, I …

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What’s In A Name?

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Ah, the joys of trying to find a new artist or DJ name! For many people this is actually a very hard task, as it’s the first time they’ve had to put an identity to their music. Especially when it’s something that might be with you for a very long time if your music is successful. I thought I’d give …

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Maschine Studio Review

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In some ways it feels like ages since I last gave NI’s Maschine MKI a try, but it’s been something I’ve been watching mature ever since. I loved the sounds, and the hardware integration felt pretty complete, if a bit long-winded in some cases. At the time though (pre-Maschine v1.5?), there were still too many things you needed to revert …

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iOS Mastering Apps Comparison

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As a full-time mastering engineer who likes to make music on an iPad in my spare time, it’s no surprise I have an interest in the recent flux of mastering related iOS apps coming out these days. Add to that how many people I see on various forums lately asking which of the options is better, and I thought it …

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