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Graham Cochrane
Musician | Entrepreneur | Founder of The Recording Revolution | Most importantly a husband and father.
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Graham Cochrane Jun 23
The recording phase is truly where the magic happens – so don’t rush it and don’t settle
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Graham Cochrane Jun 23
3 Simple Truths For Recording "Radio Ready" Songs
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Graham Cochrane Jun 20
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Graham Cochrane Jun 20
Your recording or mix is like a box – you must choose wisely what fits inside and where it will be placed
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pureMix Jun 20
Check out this article by & learn that only practice makes perfect - very motivational:
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Graham Cochrane Jun 19
This is one of the most pointless things I see people do in the home studio
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Graham Cochrane Jun 19
Why Switching DAWs Can Ruin Your Recordings
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Tim Snider Jun 18
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Waves Audio Jun 16
Audio Mastering for the Internet
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Graham Cochrane Jun 16
The real way to get huge sounding recordings and mixes is by reducing the number of tracks you record
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Graham Cochrane Jun 16
What Green Day, Lit, And Eve 6 Can Teach Us About Huge Recordings And Mixes
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Beato J Jun 16
Wondering how to your for ? This by Can help you a lot!
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AJD Jun 15
I had to purchase one of newest songs, & it's lit!! I'm also going to eventually…
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Graham Cochrane Jun 15
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Graham Cochrane Jun 14
If you’re an artist trying to get your music out to the world (or make a living) you need to play by the new rules
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SoundGym Jun 13
Struggling with electronic production? Check out this great tip by
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Graham Cochrane Jun 12
No matter how awesome it sounds, one thing lacking in some electronic productions is a human or organic element
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Graham Cochrane Jun 12
Find ways to be "seen". Support other artists, start a YouTube channel, etc
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Graham Cochrane Jun 12
Start sharing your music with the world regularly. Part of the "new rules" of the music industry
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Graham Cochrane Jun 12
Yes. And the pool grows bigger every day as new musicians start making music in the home studio
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