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![Read more…] about How to finish what you begin
Do you think that you should feel inspired when you start working on music? You may have a problem.[Read more…] about Inspiration is overrated
It’s the best time of the year to invest in music tools. Some of my most valuable everyday workhorse tools are discounted. I am keeping this list short, sweet and basic. Only sharing a few of the most important tools that I have used extensively for many years with great results.
If you have any questions about these tools, feel free to hit me up!
Out of my 20+ years of making music, I’ve done mastering work for about 10 now. I still don’t like mastering my own music, but there are times I do it anyway. If and when you do decide to do your own mastering, this blog post should help you understand what potential pitfalls to look out for.[Read more…] about Mastering Your Own Music: 5 Reasons Why You Should Not (And Why I Sometimes Do It Anyway)
Here’s a review of what I have found to be the best bus compressor plugins. I use these guys all the time on my mix bus – or the master bus – however you wanna call it.[Read more…] about The Best Bus Compressor Plugins
Last year marked my 20th year releasing electronic music as an artist.
I started dabbling with electronic music and made my first tracks already back in 1996. But I started releasing music to the public in the following year. Back then I was using tracker software to make music and I ran a tracker scene label called Rebound. We released more than 100 tracks as free downloads within a timespan of about 4 years.