Have you ever been mixing a song for a long time and then realize it doesn’t sound right? Something is obviously wrong with it but you can’t figure out what? Everything sounds OK but not great. Sounds familiar?
A common question I often receive is: What music equipment do you use? I decided to give you a detailed list of my home studio setup, it’s not a secret.
One of the best things in the world today is that we all have access to vast amount of information. The internet has made it possible for anyone to learn almost anything at any given moment. You don’t even have to leave your house to do that. How amazing is that?
Making music alone is fun. You’re in charge of everything. Just let your mind be creative. However, collaborations with other independent musicians is extremely beneficial in several ways. Here’s 5 reasons why you should collaborate in music.
The best type of feedback you can get is compliments. Or is it? Compliments makes you happy and makes you feel invincible. But, does compliments make you better at what you do? If you want to improve your craft, you need criticism. You should never be afraid of constructive feedback.
One of the most common mistakes I see beginners making in music production is that they start mastering their music before they start mixing. Stop mastering before you start mixing! Let me explain.