[This article was written by Joey Sturgis, a music producer and recording engineer who’s worked with bands like Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, Attila, and more. He is offering a free mixing masterclass on July 16 & 17 at CreativeLive.com.]
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Ways to avoid the grumpy mastering engineer adage: “garbage in, garbage out.”
In the era of modern editing and correction tools, infinite tracks, and no outside-world time constraints, it’s super-easy to get carried away and disappear down […]Read more
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I just posted my first update on Apple Music using Apple Connect, the streaming service’s social networking feature, and I figured I’d share some step-by-step instructions.
Before you can use Apple Connect […]
I’ve been looking forward to the interactive streaming aspect of Apple Music with excitement for a while now.
As for the radio (Beats 1) and social networking (Apple Connect) features of the new service? Well, I suppose you could say I’ve been a skeptic in advance […]
[This article by Amy Sciarretto originally appeared on the Sonicbids Blog.]
Networking in the music industry is an art more than a science. There’s no rule book on how to network, but there are some tips that can make navigating the act of schmoozing more […]
One of the valuable things about this blog that might not be evident to casual readers is that its comment section is a forum for musicians to communicate and help one another out.
Every week, as I moderate comments, I see artists thanking other artists for their contributions […]
[This article was written by Gray Gannaway. To make the most money from your music and videos on YouTube, check out Illustrated Sound.]
Watch time is one of the most important but misunderstood concepts that affect the health of your YouTube channel and videos.
While many […]