If you are reading this, there is a chance that you fall into one of two categories: You are either reading this because you are relentlessly pursuing that never-ending quest for better tone, or you have realized that your live performances could use a little polishing and are hoping for a pair of fresh ears on the subject. As a full-time live and recording sound engineer as well as a performer, I hope you will find this advice comes from the heart to help you achieve your own vision.
Frequency Consciousness – It’s not a new yoga fad, though it should be..but why?
When you read or hear “state of the art”- what are the first thoughts that come to mind? Many people think best of the best, but what does it REALLY mean?
Call it a happy place. Call it home. Music Therapy brings commitment to yourself and your craft which can truly bring you back from the brink…
“Practice Makes Perfect” is an age-old phrase we are all told to get to greatness in our respective careers, but it can be a complete pain, especially as a performing artist.
If we only have one-dimensional hearing, how can we hear a sound in two dimensions? If you were in a completely anechoic space, a space with no reflections, it would be much harder.
Networking can become such a chore to because of the misunderstanding of its worth and the pervasive stereotype of “kissing butt” all the time to get where you want to go…and honestly, that’s NOT it. Building your musical network outside of musicians can be one of the most important things to enhance your career.
Going into the studio requires an array of rehearsal and preparation to maximize your time. Now you are stepping into the studio – totally pumped.
Moving to a new area can be daunting for anybody. The stress alone from changing your address can make you sweat. But when upcoming musicians relocate, they have the additional burden of re-establishing themselves as an artist in the new area.