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Lesson Learned From Having My Music Mixed By Someone Else

Lesson Learned From Having My Music Mixed By Someone Else

As sound engineers, it’s amazing when you get hired to record or mix someone else’s music. It means the band or artist like what you do and trusts your opinion, however, how often do we base our decisions on our own perception about the music rather than working from what the band actually wants and how they hear things within their own music?

How To Priorities Your Spare Time To Achieve More

How To Priorities Your Spare Time To Achieve More

Does this resonate with you? “I have a little (not a ton) of time outside my job but I’m not really sure what to do with it: go push boxes with the local crews? Try to meet engineers at shows? Or online?” If yes, read the full article for some valuable tips!

The Importance Of Working Out A Deal Before Starting A Project

The Importance Of Working Out A Deal Before Starting A Project

Whether you are hiring someone or someone is hiring you to work on an album or EP, make sure you have worked out a deal beforehand so both parties know what they are walking in to. Otherwise, there can be some stressful moments for the person not knowing or thinking that he will get paid when in reality, from the “employers” perspective, you are doing them a favour.