A great article on what you need to know about Metadata and embedded information on your music!
We run a remote business. We don’t have a permanent location right now and both of us have full-time day jobs. We’d love to each be able to go full-time with Constant Q in the future, but for now, it’s just not feasable. So how do we communicate, work, and create remotely?
One of the ways we’ve discovered is to leverage the great resource that is Spotify. In prepping for new acts in the studio, discovering our favorite sounds, and comparing tracks, nothing beats the availability of almost every song ever recorded! We especially like the ability to build collaborative playlists, so even if we’re not working together, we can research and share artists and tracks and listen at our own leisure.
This is just one of the ways that we’ve found to be productive during the day or at home when we can’t be at the studio.
“Sweet Things” by Sally Rose, recorded live at George Bowers Grocery, Staunton, VA.
I Know That Voice (Trailer)
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According to Ian Shepherd, a renowned mastering engineer who has mastered literally hundreds of major acts from Keane to The Royal Philarmonic Orchestra, the answer is most certainly no.
Shepherd set up Dynamic Range Day and has led ‘The Loudness Wars’ movement in an attempt to put a…
Do you hear the loudness? If so, maybe you should enter the Dynamic Range Day Competition here: http://dynamicrangeday.co.uk/comp-live/
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