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Owl City
One of my favorites on piano and acoustic.
With a starry brush, paint the dusk venetian blue, because in the evening hush, you’ll never believe the view. And when the leaves return and their whisperings fill the night, they’ll freeze and burn where fire and ice collide.
Testing out some new mics. This one suits the timbre of my voice nicely but it feels a bit harsh in the midrange so the jury is still out. I like making weird faces in the reflection of this microphone though so that's a plus.
No matter how hard you try you will never be as happy as this clip
This app is designed to help teens deal with death by making music
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Galatians 1:10 From time to time, it's easy for me to subconsciously slip into desiring the approval of people more than I ought, and when I find myself putting that desire before my longing to please, and more importantly, love God -- I realize I need a wake up call. When I acknowledge this and ta
Do you ever just love music so much you uncontrollably fall on the floor out of sheer happiness
Nice day for a chicken sandwich
One time in 2nd grade we had to draw our favorite animal and I was emotionally confused because I was a second grader so I drew a picture of a granola bar because I like granola bars okay and everyone made fun of me and I got so upset I wrote to santa claus and told him I wanted a $10000000 dollar s
Till summer turns to fall
The old failed hard drive in the freezer fix. Whoever figured this out rules.
Digging through old sessions and exporting old favorite synth patches. I made this lead out of two square/sine waveforms probably six or seven years ago and it's the simplest thing ever but I forgot how pure it sounds. Medicine for goat.
Programming automation is maybe my favorite part of making music. It's so gratifying to have an idea and allow it to come to life by creating subtle variations that change over time and compliment each other to make an otherwise lifeless track feel real and dynamic and alive. Automation is like play
Sometimes when I'm working on a mix and it sounds okay but it's missing a certain ingredient and I'm not sure what it needs, I bounce it down to a stereo file, import it in another DAW I'm not as familiar with like Studio One, and add additional production using stuff I don't normally use. Working i
One time after I graduated high school I worked in a warehouse loading UPS trucks because I had no idea what I was doing with my life and one time a huge cardboard box came down the conveyor belt and I didn't think anything of it until I picked it up and the bottom fell out and i'm not even kidding
A few more tweaks during the 11th hour.
I recorded all the guitars on the upcoming album with a 57 and a Cascade Fat Head ll. Tried the 57/Royer 121 combo but favored the Cascade. I haven't done much with ribbon mics until this album and I got so excited I drank fabric softener
Guys I finally released my latest holiday song, it's a cheeky little tune called "Kiss Me Babe, It's Christmas Time." I really hope you like it! Grab it now on iTunes!
or you can snag it on @iTunesMusic here! -> what do you guys think of it?!!!
The Vintechs are epic, the GML goes on the master, vocals send to the Avalon, the Behringer unit sounds unbelievable, it's cheap and I use it on everything.
Get my new song because I played saxophone and flute and violin and glockenspiel and other weird stuff on it