My Top 5 Recording Tutorials

As I’m celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the Recording Revolution, I’d like to share with you the top 5 Recording tutorials I’ve done over the years. Check them out below! Recording Great Vocals In Two Steps  Recording vocals is honestly one of the hardest things...

My Top 5 Mixing Tutorials

To commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the Recording Revolution, I’d like to share with you the top 5 mixing tutorials I’ve done over the years. 1. Mixing in Mono  This is an old tip from audio school that I thought never made sense, but when I started using it...

What I’ve Learned In 10 Years

This October marks the 10 year anniversary of the Recording Revolution! I can’t believe it’s been a decade since I started teaching recording and mixing online. I’m so grateful for the hundreds of thousands of people that follow my channel and blog, and I want to...

Don’t Upgrade Your Gear

Today I want to give you permission to not upgrade your home studio. In fact I want you to experience the freedom that comes from not feeling the need to always upgrade. I hate feeling like I’m not in control. This is definitely true when it comes to gear upgrades. ...

Build Your Own Mix Template (And Mix Faster)

Want to mix faster, with more consistent results, and be more creative in the process? Then it’s time to build your own mix template. Whether you need to churn out more mixes for client work in less time (and increase your income) or you just want to create more...

Analog Summing Is Not The Answer

If you’ve ever wondered if analog summing or mixing with a hybrid approach is what your music needs, today’s video is for you. In case you didn’t know there’s a big debate looming in the recording world and it revolves around analog summing. People...

The 24 Track Rule

Today I want to make the case that you shouldn’t need more than 24 tracks to record your songs. In this digital world of “unlimited track counts” we are set up for failure. More tracks doesn’t mean better sound. Usually, it’s the...

The Vocal Ambience Arc

I used to think vocal ambience (reverbs and delays) were an either or choice. Either have reverb on the vocal or not. Either have a long or short delay. Over the years I’ve learned to better harness vocal ambience as a tool to tell a story and enhance the...