Artist Blog

I get a LOT of DMs on Instagram asking me how to progress as a musician, and more specifically, how to get more eyes on your content! This is a hot topic, especially in today’s world of internet sensation and influencer marketing. All that aside, I’ve boiled down some absolute gems that you have to be using if you’re trying to grow your music fanbase. 1. Provide value to your fans. This is the essential
I want to address something that has plagued producers and mixers alike for… well probably since the beginning of their respective careers. To get right to the point, I think what holds a lot of producers back is leveling their tracks. Oftentimes starting out with the right template can be an easy way to end up with a rock solid mix very quickly, and that’s what I’m going to teach you right now. Before we
There’s one sure-fire way to kill the energy in a mix, and that’s through over-compression. Used tastefully, however, compression can make your mix sound more authentic, and have more punch to it. Where a lot of people get lost is by throwing multiband compressors on every track because they don’t know what they’re end goal is, and this destroys any kind of subtle emotion from volume changes. In this post, I’m going to be covering
I’m just going to come out and say this: you can get some crazy sounds by experimenting with stacking different effects and plugins. There’s a right and a wrong way to do this though, and that’s what I’m going to be going over today in this post. First things first, make sure you’re sending your effects to a different buss. You might be saying to yourself, “Nah that’s garbage, I have nice control with my
Ohhh boy. The ever pervasive problem of “Man, my bass sounds great in the car, but I can’t even hear it on my phone!” I’ll tell you why, and it’s a really simple, obvious reason. Your phone, having as small speakers as it does, can only create a low frequency of about 100-120hz, and, depending on which model phone you have, is probably only one speaker, meaning you’re listening in mono. So what does this