I am a big fan of convolution reverbs. I love exploring different free impulse responses. Doing that often sends me off to completely unexpected creative paths. You can even create a trademark sound of your own based on impulse responses alone.
Record labels and brands I’ve worked with include:
A while back I asked my email subscribers: What area of music production are you struggling with the most? Your feedback was abundant! I learned that working with bass, sub-bass and the low end of the mix generally was challenging for many of you. So let’s do something about it!
Since the beginning of this year I’ve been thinking about the question: How can I serve you better, how can I connect with you more and accomodate more of the requests I get – in a sustainable way without destroying myself in the process?
A lot of audio plugin companies base their business around big discount campaigns. You can get things for really cheap sometimes but before you go on a buying rampage, I wanted to share with you how I make buying decisions when it comes to plugins and audio tools.
A while back I wrote to my email subscribers about my biggest struggle: how to finish what you begin. I have since collected some further thoughts, so let’s talk about it some more!
Do you think that you should feel inspired when you start working on music? You may have a problem.