Transient Shaping

In this blog, I've already discussed many ways of playing with your track to create new textures and variations and how to keep your sounds interesting. I'd like to discuss another way of colouring your music: transient shaping; something that can completely change the way a track sounds and feels,...

Pointers To Define Your Sound

The majority of artists I work with during mastering and finishing your tracks, talk about their desire to define their...

Creating Timeless Music

Recently my Facebook page was flooded in a fantastic way. This thread became overwhelmed with comments I was happy to...

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...

Bonsai Method

Are you having a hard time writing music? Are you confused what DAW to begin using, what plugins to download, what...

Beats and Melodies

One aspect of using the Non-Linear Music Production technique that I want to share with you involves two simple, and...

Experimental music

It was suggested to me to write about experimental music. The topic is extremely broad, and even when limited to...

Riding the Grooves in Ableton

Have you ever felt that your music's rhythmic structure lacked a certain human touch? This seems to be the general consensus...

Dealing with Past Mistakes

I was chatting with a producer friend of mine recently, and he mentioned that he was currently contacting some record labels he...

Simple Sound Design Tips

I've been giving some classes since the beginning of the year, and I noticed certain questions around sound design that...

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