All posts by Michael Hardin

Learn how to edit arrangements quickly in Logic Pro X

Turning a spark of creativity into a full-blown production is hard enough as it is, so it’s best not to hinder your workflow with endless clicking and dragging of multiple regions. Instead, why not make use of Logic Pro X‘s Insert Section and Cut Section tools to quickly make changes to your project? In this … Continue reading Learn how to edit arrangements quickly in Logic Pro X

Road Veterans Share Their Tips On What To Eat On Tour

Except for a few outposts in small parts of the world, no one is out on the road making music at the moment. The lockdown won’t last forever though and there will be a time when everyone that can tour will tour so now is a good time to prepare. If you’ve ever been on … Continue reading Road Veterans Share Their Tips On What To Eat On Tour

“Recording Studio Operations in a Post-COVID World” – NAMM Webinar on 5/28

NAMM is expanding well beyond its namesake winter and summer conferences that set the pace for audio and music. The organization has a busy Webinar agenda building up, offering expert advice on topics to help guide the industry through the unprecedented challenges brought on by coronavirus. The next essential NAMM Read more… The post “Recording … Continue reading “Recording Studio Operations in a Post-COVID World” – NAMM Webinar on 5/28

Modular Synth: The Beginner’s Guide to Eurorack

Modular synth is taking over the world. This once uncommon synthesis type has become the main arena for sonic experimentation in electronic music—and beyond. Modular synthesis has a rich history that dates back to the earliest electronic instruments. And its flexibility and versatility are second to none. But getting started with modular isn’t easy. It’s … Continue reading Modular Synth: The Beginner’s Guide to Eurorack

New comment by chrisstuta in "Ask HN: Freelancer? Seeking freelancer? (May 2020)"

SEEKING FREELANCER | London or remote I’m Looking for a full stack developer (react native, node.js) to help build my product – stuta.io . A mobile app to play prediction based football games in a group. I’m a product manager and have a full strategy and design. Looking for either a freelancer or someone that’s … Continue reading New comment by chrisstuta in "Ask HN: Freelancer? Seeking freelancer? (May 2020)"

New Music Gear Monday: Boz Digital Pan Knob Plugin

Have you ever panned a mix element wide and liked the placement but noticed that it sounded unnatural? How about a bass with a cool stereo effect but no anchor in the middle? The reason for this is that standard every day panning in your DAW or on your console moves all the frequencies of … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: Boz Digital Pan Knob Plugin

New comment by JonasKS in "Ask HN: Who wants to be hired? (March 2020)"

Location: San Bruno Remote: Yes (US only) Willing to relocate: No Technologies: C, C++, Ruby, Java, Javascript, Netbeans, PHP, Python, SQL, Xcode, Slack, JSON, SQLite, CodeIgniter, Eclipse, MySQL Workbench, Android Studio, Git, Github Résumé/CV: https://angel.co/jonasks. If unable to create an account, please see https://portfolium.com/JonasKS/access/5998c63d0e93a instead. Stack Overflow: https://stackoverflow.com/users/story/3127548 Github: https://github.com/JonasKVJ Email: jonaskaneborg@gmail.com About: Recent Computer … Continue reading New comment by JonasKS in "Ask HN: Who wants to be hired? (March 2020)"

The One Thing Every Marketer Should Do

Marketers tend to be very reactive. And it makes sense because every time a search engine or a social network changes their algorithm we jump as marketers. We are conditioned to be very reactive. Whether it’s your boss who is pissed that your traffic dips or even yourself… everyone hates when sales and income drop … Continue reading The One Thing Every Marketer Should Do

New comment by summitto in "Ask HN: Who is hiring? (December 2019)"

C++ Developer @ Summitto Amsterdam, Netherlands | Full-time | Onsite We https://stopvatfraud.com . We are building the largest invoice registration network of the world. The purpose? Helping EU tax authorities to eliminate 50 billion EUR in annual invoicing fraud. If you’re excited to build and design open-source software which will be used by millions of … Continue reading New comment by summitto in "Ask HN: Who is hiring? (December 2019)"