All posts by Michael Reed

Gleetchlab, experimental DAW, is now on Windows too – and crazy as ever

No timeline. No sequencer. No stereo limitations. No “included library of trap loops and trombone samples.” Nothing but glitch – so much glitch. And Gleetchlab is not only still evolving, it’s on Windows as well as Mac. (Insert snark about glitch and Windows here.) The post Gleetchlab, experimental DAW, is now on Windows too – … Continue reading Gleetchlab, experimental DAW, is now on Windows too – and crazy as ever

10 Strategies for Better Music Marketing

The advent of P2P file-sharing and streaming services changed music forever. If you only read the headlines, you might think the industry is on shaky ground. Google the phrase “Napster killed the music industry,” and you’ll see 242,000 results. Does that mean music marketing is dead? Actually, the reality is very different. In fact, the … Continue reading 10 Strategies for Better Music Marketing

The 10 Best Online Audio Editors for Any Music Producer

When it comes to making music, tools like online audio editors deliver some big benefits. From ease of use to affordability, these platforms have a lot to offer. In this guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about online audio editing platforms. What you’ll find here will help you pick the best one … Continue reading The 10 Best Online Audio Editors for Any Music Producer

Stock Photos are Dead: Create These Blog Images Instead

Illustration by Laetro The use of images in your blog posts is a no-brainer. Images are an easy way to break up chunks of text, add context, or give your readers a more accessible medium through which to digest your content. With the growth of written content online, it’s harder to have your content be unique from … Continue reading Stock Photos are Dead: Create These Blog Images Instead

How to sample your hardware synths with Logic’s Auto Sampler

The renaissance of hardware synths over the past decade has offered producers a welcome break from working entirely within the virtual realm, making sound design an activity you can enjoy without the need for a mouse and keyboard. Once you’ve created your sound on a hardware synth, though, there’s often little to do other than … Continue reading How to sample your hardware synths with Logic’s Auto Sampler

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Openbase | San Francisco, CA | Frontend+Backend+Fullstack Engineers, Developer Advocate | Full Time | https://openbase.io Openbase helps developers choose among millions of open-source packages – so they can build amazing products faster. The company was founded in 2019 and is backed by Y Combinator and some of the best investors in the industry. We’re growing … Continue reading New comment by liorgrossman in "Ask HN: Who is hiring? (October 2020)"