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October 9, 2013 Posted by Kevin in Blog


July 3, 2012 Posted by Kevin in Blog

Are you concerned about the future of music and your creative rights?

Sign this petition at ASCAP's link:
June 5, 2012 Posted by Kevin in Blog

Buying into name brands

Everything is marketing today, though most people don't realize how much they are controlled by the media. Does this mean that everything you hear and see on tv is the best quality? Of course not, it just means that the product has a big budget behind it and the means to get marketed. Radio is just that: marketing. Not every song that is a hit song on the radio is a great song, they are just marketed properly. I can go on about the media but it also applies to the gear we buy. Protools is not the best program out there, but they are the most popular. There are other programs that are as good as, and in some areas superior to Protools but do not have the marketing resources that PT does. My advice is to shop and do your homework, don't just buy what everyone else does because of its popularity. Make an educated purchase based on features you like or want in the gear you buy. Not always is the most expensive product the best. Do some homework and you may get more bang for the buck.
October 27, 2011 Posted by Kevin in Blog

Software Beta Testing

October 2011 Selected for the second time to beta test Solid State Logic's SSL Duende Native Plug-ins. Excellent company and proud to help out.
February 1, 2011 Posted by Kevin in Blog

My advice to aspiring vocal talent

Most of the singers that I have interviewed over the years have come into the studio looking for something that they hear in their head, missing out on the opportunity that I've presented to them. Singers and musicians should be looking for any and all opportunities to get themselves the right kind of exposure and whatever might get them to the next level. The days of sending in your voice on a cassette/CD hoping that you'll get a $250K advance are gone. There are tens of thousands of studios out there and you've got to interview studios and producers to pick the right one, not just because it's the studio closest to your house.
February 1, 2011 Posted by Kevin in Blog

DAW software and producing

I've been an owner of a top of the line Protools system and a user of Motu's Digital Performer practically from the start of Motu. Certainly no program is perfect but I have found Digital Performer to be the best DAW software for writing and producing music. I searched for many years for a quality reverb and found that in TC Electronics plugins. As for today's  hottest sounds, nothing beats the Access Virus TI series, I own and use the Access Virus Snow.