Monthly Archives: July 2015

Building a solid platform for your recording

Recording a song can bring with it many challenges. Even the humble home studio offers up many unforeseen problems that sometimes require a little thinking outside the box in order to successfully lay down a track you can be happy

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Making a music video clip

When it comes to making your own video clip, this can be a time of true exploration, or just plain old one shot video recording. There are no rules here. You can follow a written script, or do a simple

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Business before music [reboot]

It’s been nearly one year since I started video recording all our [Mould] jam sessions [August 2014] and our progress since then is steady and consistent. In that time, we have finished recording our first lo-fi song {Jamming at the

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Writing a lead guitar solo.

Originally posted on howtostartasong:
These days, the guitar solo in a rock song might be a changing thing of the past compared to its high popularity during the 70’s 80’s and declining 90’s, due to the ever-growing popularity of dance,…

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