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Why no plug-in will ever fix this issue!

I have had the great pleasure of working side-by-side with some amazing, and very talented individuals who have been working on their craft with more than forty plus years of experience. Some of my favorite moments were when they would share stories of working in the studio without all the fancy technology that we have…

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getting your music on film

6 Things to keep in mind when pitching for Film and TV.

1. It’s all clear There is nothing worse than actually getting the attention of a music supervisor and they finding out that you don’t you have the right to license both the song and the recording. Keep in mind, Music supervisors do not want to go through the crazy amounts of red tape to get…

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4 ways to get over feeling like your music is not good enough.

Some things just go well together.  Peanut butter and jelly, a bagel and cream cheese, Daft Punk and Vocoders.  Other things go together, but not so great.  Like working on a track and then feeling that it just isn’t good enough.  This is how I felt when I began my career as a music producer.…

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How your passion for making music can leave you feeling lost!

In this video I explain how sometimes our passion for making music can be the #1 thing stopping us for reaching our goals.   You can download the Free eBook here: Download Your Breakthrough Artist Blueprint

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The two things I learned from working with Sia

Being able to work with A-list artists has been a tremendous blessing.  Each artist brings a whole new learning experience for me because each one shares a whole new perspective on sharing their message with the world.     I invited a producer friend of mine, Kevin Rudolf, to my studio and we went through…

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Breaking down walls

How Successful Artist Break Through Their Walls Of Frustration

Most artists I talk to never really start to pursue a career in music because it was the “safe & easiest” path to take, they started because of a passion they had for music.  I have to admit this was the same story for me as well. I loved music and always knew one day…

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The Broken Music Business Model & The Digital revolution

A lot has changed in the music industry over the past eight years or so.  It used to be the only ones who knew and felt the shift in the industry were those already in it, but it has even trickled down to the consumer of music.  I have been working closely with the tech…

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2 Easy Steps to Get over Your Writers Block and Finish those Tracks.

You probably have heard the saying  “nothing is certain, except for death and taxes”. Well you can most definitely add writers block into that quote as well.  The creative process of making music does come with its many ups and occasional downs. The first thing I want to point out is that writers block is perfectly normal and…

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Make A Living In Music Through The Power Of Generosity. Interview with Graham from Recording Revolution

Throughout my years of producing music I sometimes get the chance to meet some incredible people. Graham from the recording revolution happens to be one of those guys.  He has been blogging about the recording process for a couple of years now and has helped countless amounts of people get through their struggles with recording their…

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Streaming music verses downloads

To stream or not to stream? The uphill battle of streaming your music.

Take a good look around.  Streaming services are breathing down your neck trying to get you to give up the fight of trying to provide any other way of delivering your music to the masses.  Apple music has just announced they reached 10 Million subscribers worldwide, and Spotify has nearly reach 20 Million, and reports to…

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