Building a vinyl record collection is easy; buy what you like and just enjoy them. I get common questions from close friends and peers about record players and how to take care of vinyl records. It’s nothing too complicated, but it’s a little overwhelming at first. So, I compiled a small list of 3 guides that I think are perfect for newbies.
Here’s a quick look at 3 different posts for beginners who are trying to get into audio production. I assure you, this list will grow with the blog in time. These guides are a primer for future posts that will reach deeper into other branches of audio.
It’s been a tough week, and today feels like the 6th day of the work week. I guess I can’t really complain as a writer. Sometimes I feel more like a part-time vigilante than a […]
Ableton Live is a powerful sound design workhorse. In this post, I break down some advice for beginners working with Live for the first time.
After buying vinyl records and expanding my vertical collage, I’ve become a well-versed scholar in the ancient art of turntablism. If you’re new to vinyl, you’re in luck. In this post, I discuss how to find the perfect record player.
So you want to assemble a home recording rig? Whether you want to explore a new hobby or establish a budding career in audio production, I want to help you seek out the necessary equipment. I will also point out what you don’t need, as well as dispel some misconceptions and common pitfalls.
If you want to learn how to prolong the livelihood of your record collection, dig no further. I have a wealth of knowledge on how to revitalize your cherished music medium, but today I’ll keep it simple and provide a few easy upkeep methods.