In this post I'm going to discuss how you can use a combination of editing software to get the most out of your productions.
Is the era of the production supergroup upon us? It’s not unusual for producers to work with each other, but over the last couple of years a few acts have taken this idea further, joining forces and dominating the scene together as a single unit. In this post I'm going to run through some reasons for joining or forming your own collective unit, and taking over.
Professional kitchens use a variety of practices and working methods to streamline the processes that get food from the kitchen to your plate. These rigid, almost militaristic methods have been developed over years and earn battle-hardened chefs Michelin stars and critical acclaim. Fortunately, you don’t need to put up with Gordon Ramsay’s verbal abuse to cook up serious beats, and in this post, I’m going to discuss a few ways that thinking like a chef will enhance your productions.
A couple of years ago I decided to make it my mission to find the cure for ‘writers block’. I had it all planned out, I started writing a book, testing new techniques and typing my results to a word document. I even took a little break from making music to do it. After overthinking the whole thing, I shelved the idea. Why?
Check the link below to watch today's live stream where I made some sounds and started a beat: