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1. The 7 Best Songs To Hear In Headphones!
The 7 Best Songs To Hear In Headphones!
Stereo sound is old news. When you separate the Left and the Right, songs sound better. But there are a few songs out there in particular that take it to the next level. These tracks were recorded, mixed, produced, and mastered to be experienced in stereo. And for those of you who didn't know, th...
Music - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:41:21
2. Audio Mastering: How To Get Started
Audio Mastering: How To Get Started
If you want to master your own CDs, or if you think you want to get into audio mastering as a full-time gig, this page will help you get started. I can't teach you everything you need to know, but I can save you some time. Most mastering studio owners wouldn't share this information with you beca...
Business & Work - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:43:08
3. The Loudest CDs of All Time! by SoundOps Mastering
The Loudest CDs of All Time!  by SoundOps Mastering
I was cruising deviantart.com and I found this picture by a young fellow in the Netherlands who calls himself Peeke. It reminded me that there were a number of records I've heard in the past that really did need some type of warning on them to prepare you for how much louder they were than other ...
Music - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:42:14
4. Watch Out! ... 3 Dangers of Audio Mastering
Watch Out! ... 3 Dangers of Audio Mastering
If you are reading this, you are probably considering the audio mastering process for one of your projects. Every recording artist should know 3 things before they spend any money on professional mastering services. I called them dangers, because it's that serious. This is your music we're talkin...
Music - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:43:49
5. How To Keep Your Band From Breaking Up (Too Soon)
How To Keep Your Band From Breaking Up (Too Soon)
I've played in several bands over the years, but none of them ever made it to the Big Time. In fact, I've been married longer than any of my groups were together. That tells me two things: 1) being married is easier than being in a band, and 2) wow, being in a band must be hard as hell! I'm not ...
Music - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:45:07

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