After my 3 month absense I am so happy to be back! Here is the beginning of my trials that kept me away.
What it took to work myself to death and not only survive but thrive.
In the music business we too often measure our success by how little sleep we get. *That may be fun for a short period of time but after a while it starts to change who you are and how you view the world(at least it does for me). *
As I stated in a thread a while ago I knew I would
This is a continuation of my blog on mixing the winning mix of the 1st round of the Slate Digital Cup. Here is the previous installment: http://forum.recordingreview.com/blo...-4-synths.html
... & here is the link to the actual mix: http://forum.recordingreview.com/f14...29/#post334474
Gather 'round boys & girls, let me tell you story...
Once upon a
Updated 07-30-2012 at 09:32 PM by fHumble fHingaz
I've got a bunch of fun hardware synths. I'm finding VST synths to be more fun. I set aside two hours per day, each and every day this week to get a handle on Native Instruments Absynth 5. Stephen Ambrose, I can't remember which book it was, mentioned that one of Hitler's flaws in terms of the military machine was he'd assign two different groups the same task. (He believed in competition....rather strange for a guy who hated capitalism.) Anyway, when two competing isolated groups were doing
Edit: Well this is cute. My video isn't showing up. Hmmm.
I started a thread where I discussed this concept http://forum.recordingreview.com/f8/...limiter-46447/ , but what Iím up to is so foreign that Iím not even sure I get it. I went ahead and made this video to explain myself a little more clearly.
-- I do feel that Iím on to something and a certain segment of my clients would dig this kind of sound. (Iím also
Updated 06-16-2012 at 09:57 PM by brandondrury