One of the most common problems I face when making music is getting stuck on an idea. The dreaded 8-bar loop syndrome![Read more…] about 9 Advices for Getting Unstuck in Your Music Project (#8 May Hurt)
A while back I received a copy of Eiosis AirEQ Premium to try out (thanks Eiosis). I’ve been using it now for a good couple of months – here are my thoughts.
AirEQ is a plugin designed by Fabrice Gabriel. Together with Steven Slate he is also responsible of many of the great Slate Digital plugins. So needless to say I had pretty high expectations of this EQ.
Industry Spotlight is a new interview series dedicated to introducing interesting music industry companies and software developers, sharing their insight and showing you some of what’s going on behind the scenes. [Read more…] about Industry Spotlight: Airwindows
As we begin our journey into 2015, I wanted to take a moment to look back into the past year and make notes of some of my personal highlights.
Workflow things, books, plugins, tools, music, websites, general wellbeing and productivity… This is a very personal list and some of the stuff I’ll be mentioning doesn’t sound like anything to do with music production. Never the less it all has made a difference for my work.
Every once in a while I come across a book that is truly transformative. This book is one of them. I can’t help but write a few words about it.
I love Ableton Live. It taps into your imagination. There’s so much you can do with Ableton it never ceases to amaze me.
I like to learn and immerse myself with new ideas by watching YouTube videos. For this post I’ve put together a few great Ableton tutorial videos as examples of what is possible when great software design meets creative individuals. Let’s have a look.