All posts by Byron Delgadillo

Top 15 Liverpool FC Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019

Top 15 Liverpool FC Podcasts Contents [show]  1 Liverpool FC Podcasts 1.1 The Anfield Wrap 1.2 The Redmen TV – Liverpool FC Podcast 1.3 Kop On! A Liverpool FC (LFC) podcast 1.4 The Anfield Index Podcast 1.5 LFC Reactionz 1.6 LFC Daytrippers 1.7 The LFC Couch 1.8 Just Another Liverpool Podcast 1.9 Blood Red | The … Continue reading Top 15 Liverpool FC Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019

Careers in Music: Which Music Job is Right for You?

Careers in music have an alluring quality. It makes sense, so many people are passionate about music. But the music industry is known for being a competitive job market and it can be difficult to know what kinds of opportunities are available. The good news is that no matter what your skills are, you can … Continue reading Careers in Music: Which Music Job is Right for You?

Techno to terraforming: this ex-Berlin collective is planting 27,027 trees in Portugal

Could techno makers wind up shifting to rural landscapes from the usual urban ones? One collective imagines “terraforming … a sustainable green oasis.” Liquid Sky and ringleader Ingmar Koch aka Dr. Walker began life in Germany, but recently migrated to southwest Portugal. They are reforesting the land, as Ingmar joins with local architect Carina Guerreiro … Continue reading Techno to terraforming: this ex-Berlin collective is planting 27,027 trees in Portugal

Stereo Imaging: How to Make Your Mix Sound Wide

Stereo imaging is what creates the sense of width and depth in music mixing. Good stereo image is an essential quality of a good mix— and a good listening chain. But getting a wide, enveloping mix that feels 3D and draws people in is difficult. In this article I’ll go through everything you need to … Continue reading Stereo Imaging: How to Make Your Mix Sound Wide

macOS Catalina is here; Final Cut update, Logic compatibility, don’t update your Mac yet

macOS Catalina is here as a free update today, along with updated information on Apple’s own pro apps. But music users should continue to delay upgrading for now. I’ve already written about what changes in macOS Catalina, and why many DAWs, plug-ins, and hardware drivers will be incompatible without updates. You can read that full … Continue reading macOS Catalina is here; Final Cut update, Logic compatibility, don’t update your Mac yet

Google Update rel=nofollow is Now a “Hint” for Ranking

On Tuesday Google made an official announcement tohow they are changing the way they treat Nofollowlinks. (This change is actually live) Before the change Before when Google found a Nofollow link then thelink would NOT be used for Crawling or Indexing andit would NOT be used for Ranking. Now In the latest announcement Google has … Continue reading Google Update rel=nofollow is Now a “Hint” for Ranking

Get more out of your Korg MS-20 Mini with new overlays from Oversynth

Oversynth has released a variety of new overlays for Korg’s hugely popular MS-20 Mini synth. The overlays, which are detachable front panel skins, boast modern design elements intended to help you get more out of your MS-20 Mini. For a start, the overlays feature high contrast graphics and large fonts – ideal for working in … Continue reading Get more out of your Korg MS-20 Mini with new overlays from Oversynth

Liverpool's Wilson joins Bournemouth on loan

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson explains why he believes Liverpool were the better side and were unlucky to walk away from the Community Shield empty handed. Liverpool forward Harry Wilson has joined Bournemouth on a season-long deal for a £2.5 million loan fee. The 22-year-old travelled to the south coast on Tuesday afternoon to undergo a … Continue reading Liverpool's Wilson joins Bournemouth on loan