Post by somejabroni on Feb 5, 2021 12:23:00 GMT -6
So I'm finally taking the time to learn how to record demos that don't sound like total booty. It's not much, but I'm proud of it, and it's nice to see the effort put into learning how to do all of this pay off a bit.
Post by somejabroni on Feb 19, 2021 15:02:17 GMT -6
The grind continues; I've spent the last couple of weeks trying to understand how to work the compressor & EQ and actually understand what I'm doing when I play with the knobs. I recorded a song I wrote about a week ago that I was really proud of from a writing standpoint, and although there are still problems with the mix, I'm really proud of the good things I was able to do with it and it will serve fine as an in-house, not meant for the public demo.
Always happy to hear feedback or take any tips for how to get better at doing this.
Post by somejabroni on May 11, 2021 11:43:57 GMT -6
I was dealing with some writers block all during April and finally got through it yesterday/this morning. Got it recorded on my phone as well, which is always nice since I've probably forgotten my fair share of bangers
Post by somejabroni on May 24, 2021 15:41:19 GMT -6
I didn't make this one, but I saw it and it made me think of the conversations I've had with people who, for whatever reason, give up on playing music or deal with imposter syndrome or look around at the established bands and say "I could never do that". Good scenes are a lot like a big ol pot of gumbo. With a lot of time, creativity, and most importantly care, the flavors marinate and you end up with something that's so much better and cooler than the sum of its parts. But it requires patience and an understanding that what makes the thing worth doing is nothing more than doing the thing.
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