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The Recording Revolution
Learn how to record radio-ready songs in your home or bedroom studio.
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The Recording Revolution Feb 20
Which isn’t the wisest move long IMO because it’s a trap that leads to workaholism. But we Americans are addicted to work so we swallow the pill willingly. Just trying to offer another way. Cheers.
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The Recording Revolution Feb 20
Glad you watched it all. And glad you got into Tim Ferriss. I’m not muddying things - I see the type of content coming down the pipeline from a lot of people and while I agree with hard work and taking action, the common theme is “outwork” the other guy
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The Recording Revolution Feb 20
This isn’t about Gary - it’s about a popular but self centered approach to business that sacrifices everything else (family, friends, sleep, health) at the altar of growth and usually tends to lead to burnout. Watch the whole video and you’ll see my point.
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The Recording Revolution Feb 20
I have (and have read) two of his books. He’s a brilliant business mind. However, I personally don’t believe in doing “whatever it takes” to grow my business. But that’s the culture of hustle.
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Justin DiRose Feb 19
THIS THIS THIS x1,000 Thank you for being the one voice I’ve heard say that hustle is not the only way to be successful.
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Music Jobs Podcast Feb 14
Don't miss out on a fantastic interview with about his and how he's making and more accessible to and
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The Recording Revolution Feb 14
Talking my musical journey and building The Recording Revolution Ep. 16: Getting the Word Out with Graham Cochrane
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The Recording Revolution Feb 12
Anybody wanna guest post pitch this idea to me?
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The Recording Revolution Feb 9
If you’ve ever wanted to reach for reverb on your vocals to help them sound like they weren’t recorded in a bedroom or closet, this is the video for you.
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The Recording Revolution Feb 8
Yeah - the broadcast mix is usually different than the house mix in the stadium.
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The Recording Revolution Feb 5
How the Super Bowl halftime show gets set up in just six minutes
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The Recording Revolution Feb 4
Square Space is an easy way to go
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The Recording Revolution Feb 4
My advice? Stick with what you have and learn your speakers. I still mix on my KRKs. No reason to switch.
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The Recording Revolution Feb 2
I teach my students a simple 4 step process for turning their home studio gear and current skills into a steady and consistent income stream – and I want to share that process with you today
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The Recording Revolution Feb 2
How cool would it be to get paid to record or mix (or produce or master) music for other bands and artists? VERY cool is the correct answer!
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The Recording Revolution Feb 2
Replying to @mirandadodson
beautiful voice!
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The Recording Revolution Feb 2
How To Make An Income From Recording, Mixing, or Producing
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Phil Jan 31
Fantastic read if you’re wanting to learn more about how to use compression.
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The Recording Revolution Jan 28
I use screenflow - handles all of it!
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The Recording Revolution Jan 26
Everyone says you need to use compression on vocals. But why? What does compression really do for your vocals. Here's the answer...
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