Goals You Set For Yourself

As many of you already know, I've been offering personal coaching services since 2016, and seen some amazing breakthroughs with my clients. In every case, it's best to get a conversation going to learn about what goals you set for yourself. In many cases, I...

Besides music, labels are searching for these traits

If your productions are tight and ready to go, and you have been looking for ways to get labels to sign your tracks, the natural next step would be to send out a ton of demos to labels and wait for them to call you...

PreSonus StudioLive 32.4.2AI Review

I’m hearing lot’s of friends and readers super excited to start using the new gear they’ve recently bought for their studios, I certainly know the feeling. The thing is, learning to be confident and comfortable with new gear takes time, and it can often be...

My Music Doesn’t Sound Like Me

Does this happen to you? You start a project with an idea and a direction, “I’m going to make a techno track”, you fire up a drum machine, get a baseline going, start jamming, looking for sounds, creating a groove, and an hour later you...

Deleting all yours tracks and selling your gear.

Since the very beginning, I can remember many times I’ve questioned my abilities as a music producer. Feeling stuck on a project or coping with negative feedback from a track I was proud of left me wondering if I was starring down the path of...

Use a main project for organizing yourself

  Over the years I've talked with dozens and dozens of people from various backgrounds that would love to begin producing music but simply don't know how or where to start. On the other hand, if you've already been creating music but lately have become overwhelmed...

Background vs forefront to create dimension

Nearly every week I have a similar conversation with my clients. In good faith, and to save both my clients and myself time I'm writing this post to help answer the questions many producers keep wondering. The question of background vs. forefront to create dimension. My...

Templates As Seeds

As a producer, you're likely trying to balance several tasks all at once while working on your music. If you're spending time to look through four or five reverbs in search of the perfect sound, setting up buses and groups to pre-mix your tracks while...

An Interview with Techno Producer Stan Soul

This post is a Q&A with Dj, Producer, and label owner Stan Soul. Stan is based out of Tel Aviv, Israel, and has just put out an impressive 7th vinyl release as of late. In this Q&A we find out where the energy to record 4-5 songs a week...

What Is A Mature Sounding Track?

Recently, a video artist friend of mine was critical of a clip we were watching, and I was commenting about the audio portion of the video. We were both interested in each other's point of view to better understand what a professional in different fields...

Bouncing stems and mix

Recently I’ve been weighing the benefits of focusing on just one part of my production process exclusively, or, working on all the steps of a production simultaneously - arranging, mixing, pre-mastering, etc.. Very often producers ask me to explain a perfect workflow recipe and the...

Guide to shameless self-promotion

Let's face it, self-promotion is certainly one of the most loved & hated topics musicians face on a daily basis. I mean, you make music, it's hard to repress that inner compulsion of wanting to share your work to the world right? Finishing music and...

How To Quickly Audition New Plugins

Plugins - it seems every week there is a wave of new and exciting plugins released to producers. It’s true that using the right tools can make producing music more enjoyable, and help you make better sounding music. This post is very technical, but by the end...

Is My Song Good?

I can’t tell you how many times I've been asked that question, and asked myself the same thing - is my song good? With experience releasing my own records and working on amazing projects that inspire me nearly every day, I know what I like in...

Two birds one stone. Separating ideas.

I’m really excited to share a killer new exercise with you that I know will help you become really creative and productive. I’m using this exercise in my own productions and it’s a little like the Bonsai Method I wrote about in my last post....