Thickify is a distortion plugin, designed to add density and SWOLness to your audio tracks in a straightforward (and entertaining) manner. Here is a video review and discount code for Thickify.
Eager to buy something special for the guitarist in your life? Here we have the 5 best and 5 worst gifts for guitarists to help you navigate the minefield of musical gift-giving!
Recently I had a chat with my good pal Tom Anderson, filmmaker and writer at FStoppers, about some of the ways audio and images can work together. If you've followed me or the blog for a while, you'll know I have a soft spot for sonification so it's only natural that this article resulted from … Continue reading Sonification Article on FStoppers
Hey people, just wanted to share this article I wrote for Music Tech Magazine where I share examples of times Holywood set designers use music hardware in their sci-fi environemnts! Here's the intro: With their complex interfaces and shiny, animated LEDs, music equipment is a great choice for set designers looking for futuristic set design. … Continue reading Music Tech Magazine – Aliens, Superheroes & Spies
Today I had an article published on Podcasting Today, drawing on my audio background to help new podcasters choose the best mic for their new shows.
Here's a guide to the livestream setup I've been using to broadcast music production sessions for the last few years.
How to make a seamless music edit.
Is there an easy way to move a piece of music from Digital Scoring Software, (Sibelius, Dorico, MuseScore, Guitar Pro, etc), to a Digital Audio Workstation, (Cubase, Pro Tools, Ableton)?
Intro taken from StabbedPanda.com: "Combating the technological and societal restrictions of quarantine during the COVID-19 outbreak, a group of musicians combined forces to create an album in aid of Olympias Music Foundation.The project is led by Cambridge-born musician Jay Plent, (Scatterchild), and features a variety of artists from his creative network working in a variety of … Continue reading Collabavirus: Isolate & Collaborate
Did you know you can bow a crisp? Nope, me neither.