Rainy day in NYC! Have you ever gotten stuck in the rain without a poncho or umbrella? I certainly have, and let me tell you, it’s miserable! Fortunately I work for the @thesyndotcom and they hooked me up with this mustard-colored thing to prevent me from being wet and sad. Oh yeah, and be sure to watch The Misery Index, premiering tonight on @tbsnetwork ☔️/=|=\
Playing around with #grooverider 's app presets. So much good sound to export to my projects or sync with Ableton link. The workflow for this groovebox is similar to the better known #korgelectribe but according to reviews is lot better. As far I can see it comes with lots of samples/ patches to start with.
It's a been a little while now that I am using this mic, @weissklang V17. It has a circuitry supposed to emulate tube mics. Tube mics tend to have, globally, a specific way to handle transients, with a sense of more brightness (harmonics) and tighter but rich (ouuuch the fancy words) low-end. And..... Yeah I am impressed. This mic is nailing it without the need of those big power supplies. I like when brands are trying things like this. It is still circuitry and analog parts, but it makes our life as producer and engineer easier. This make this mic very well suited for background vocals recording. I have recorded an excerpt of me doing BVs to show you but it was impossible to import it in my phone. So I will just let you with this picture that looks like one of those picture of instagramengineers trying hard to be on brand d**k to have some free gear or sponsorship. This is not the case. I have not being paid to say this and I paid for this mic. It's just a good one that is not fancy and very well known. Like the amazing Reslo and Beens or other mics that not a lot of people seems to know but really should :). #wheeliemix#microphone#weissklang#mixing #mixingengineer #audioengineer #protools #soundengineer#analog#studiogear#recordingstudio#recording #gearporn #vintage #mastering #studioporn #musicproduction #producer #composer #recordingengineer #musicproducer #musicstudio #sound #studioflow#music#musiccomposer#audioproduction#plugins#plugin
One thing that continues to surprise me is how songs - and their meanings - evolve over time. I originally wrote I. Letting Go over 2 years ago. (Wow, time flies!). The first part of a 3 part movement of songs, the piece was about letting go over other's expectations and standing in my truth. Since then, the piece has held many different meanings - from letting go of Star (my heeler's) time on earth, to beginning to make peace with a close friend's suicide, and much more. I've changed and evolved over the past few years in countless ways -- I'm not the same person I once was (and I think that's a good thing). How have you grown in the past year?