This here’s a guest post! This article was written by Scott of MIDI Lifestyle – a performer, composer and music producer. His work is heard in the soundtracks of shows such as ”It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,“ ”Entertainment Tonight“ and ”Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Let me ask you a question. Or rather, allow me to be bold and make an assumption.
Can I be honest with you for a moment? Really honest? I’m talking completely, brutally, hopefully-not-too-offensive honest?
Isn’t one of the biggest worries we have as musicians, as producers whether or not people will actually listen to our art?
EQ cheat sheets are attractive solutions for producers that are starting out. But there’s a danger in using them… And you really shouldn’t! Here’s why…
First things first. Today, we’ll talk about how you can get the best sound out of your drum samples. Introducing Drumdrops as well, because well… those are some great drum samples, to be honest!
Dear Native Instruments, Now will you maybe, perhaps, please… consider developing Rack Extensions for Reason? … Recap from a year ago The video above was a plee I did a solid 11 months ago, to NI, to ask if they wouldn’t join the whole rack extension game. As you can see in the comments, a lot of people feel very strongly about this idea and it proves that there is definitely a market segment for Native Instruments rack extensions. Unfortunately, they’re not here yet. But there is hope! I don’t know if any of you guys noticed, but the kind...
Tired of your regular old plugins? They not offering you enough versatility or possibilities? Don’t like how they sound?