Listening to music in stereo is best, right? Well, yes, but for listeners using a phone, laptop, or in a bar, you’re going to want a balanced mono sound.
Layering your voice to create a chorus effect is a great tool that costs you nothing but time, and can add tons of value to your chorus. Here’s how.
You read that right… Doodling can help increase memory recall, relieve stress, and reorient your focus when your mind is wandering. Any questions?
What does it mean to “steal like an artist” versus like a thief? Austin Kleon helps explain the difference, and we’ve got advice as to how to do it!
More than just a marketing gimmick, recording new acoustic versions of your songs can be an enlightening, enjoyable experience on a few levels!
In this article, we break down the differences between two oft confused terms, process and workflow, and why this distinction matters for musicians.
Automated mastering opens a lot of doors for artists on a budget, we’ve compared the two major services to see which is best.
Here’s five of our favorite quick mixing tips for when you’re trying to give your song a fuller, wider, and deeper sound.
If all you’re doing is mirroring the root notes of your chord progression, you’re not using bass lines to their full potential. Can we talk about it?
What’s more important than finding success in music? Find out in this thoughtful OpEd written by a musician, husband, and father in 2019.