Making Music On A Sailboat (Or The End Of Excuses)

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If you’re like me then at times you’ll look for any excuse possible as to why you aren’t making the kind of music you so desire. You might blame your lack of (expensive) gear, your lack of experience, or perhaps it’s even your lack of a professional recording space to work in. You wouldn’t be… Read more »

This Missing Ingredient In Your Audio Training

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As much as I want my site to help you get the training and teaching you need to reach your recording and mixing goals, I fear there is a danger to what I do. Unless you and I are careful (and I do try to make this point often) we can take all the audio… Read more »

The Prioritizing Track Principle In Mixing [Video]

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There is a simple mixing principle that has helped me get clarity and focus in my mixes more than almost anything else I can think of. It’s laughably easy to implement, but it works like a charm. I learned this years ago from the great Kevin Ward and have never looked back. And if you have 3 minutes… Read more »