The tools and techniques musicians use have a huge impact on the sonic style of their music. Those technologies play important roles at every stage in the lifecycle of a song. But there’s no process in music production more tightly linked to tech than mixing. We sat down with star engineer Robert L. Smith to … Continue reading Robert L. Smith: How Music and Technology Meet in Mixing
Let’s be real – opening the DAW is scary. Whenever we as producers think about making music, we encounter this … Read More The post Dawphobia: Why You’re Not Making Music As Much As You’d Like appeared first on EDMProd.
My guest on the podcast this week is engineer, producer and musician J.J. Blair, who has a long list of engineering credits including Joe Bonamassa, Kelly Clarkson, Jeff Beck, the Black Eyed Peas, Keith Urban, Weezer, and many more. He’s also produced and mixed the Grammy winning record Press On, by June Carter Cash, engineered on the Grammy … Continue reading Sony De-Emphasizing Electronics, Music Piracy Evolving, And Engineer J.J. Blair On My Latest Podcast
Do you use outboard gear when you mix? If so, you probably have a way to document the gear settings so you can repeat them if a mix revision is needed. But what happens if you can’t find the documentation? Snapshot 2 from Non-Lethal Applications is a way that you can attach your documentation to … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: Non-Lethal Applications Snapshot 2
Music intervals are an essential part of every musician’s journey with music theory. They’re the basic building blocks that make it possible to assemble chords, map out progressions and construct melodies. But intervals can be difficult if you haven’t seen them before. With such a fundamental topic, it can be confusing just to get started. … Continue reading Music Intervals: How Notes Work Together
If you like to use a lot of plugins, there will come a time when you’re going to run out of processing power. That means you’ll either have to disable a few plugins or try to squeeze in some native processors that you might not like but don’t take up much computer power to get … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: PSP InfiniStrip FIRE Plugin
Learn about the essential music production gear that you need to record, mix, and master music at home.
Click here to listen on your favorite podcast provider. This week, Ed Brew sat down to chat on the EDM … Read More The post Ed Brew (LabelRadar CEO) on How to Promote, Market, and Brand Your Music appeared first on EDMProd.
ADAM Audio‘s six-part Women In Music: From Start To Finish series approaches its penultimate session this Thursday with a webinar on How to Market Your Track. This week’s super-panel of music business executives and artists consists of Estelle Rubio (musician and producer), Stef Pascual (Director at High Fives Digital), Alice McLean (Comes With Fries) and … Continue reading Learn how to market your music in ADAM Audio’s Women In Music webinar
The online seminar takes place on Friday 11th September and includes a start-studded cast of producers, musicians and engineers.