If you play the guitar or deal with any stringed instruments when making music, I welcome you, friend. An article especially for you has been long outstanding. It is time. Lets talk guitar strings. Everyone who ever picked up the guitar for a while knows how quickly a guitar can start to sound dull, boring and entirely uninteresting. Most people are attentive to this. And I’m sure you can guess what exactly the problem is. If you’ve got old strings on your guitar, the sound can get a little muffled. Just compare it to the auditory orgasm a new set...
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.
Can I be honest with you for a moment? Really honest? I’m talking completely, brutally, hopefully-not-too-offensive honest?
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!
Tired of your regular old plugins? They not offering you enough versatility or possibilities? Don’t like how they sound?
This post is inspired by @thereelvalentin, who asked me this: “Does good mastering really come down to if you have a great ear?”.