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.
Out of my 20+ years of making music, I’ve done mastering work for about 10 now. I still don’t prefer to master my own music, but there are times I do it anyway. It’s likely you are doing it, too. This post helps you spot potential pitfalls when mastering your own music.
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.