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How Should I Spend Money on My Studio?

How Should I Spend Money on My Studio?

Hobbiest Let’s talk about being a hobbyist first. Making music for fun is awesome. In this scenario, purchases should be based solely on means and immediate needs. If you sing and play and acoustic guitar, then two mics, a two...

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11 Tips for Better Mastering Results

11 Tips for Better Mastering Results

1. Check The Files Triple check the files you are submitting to your mastering engineer. Be sure that the mastering engineer is receiving the actual final approved mix files. I know this sounds silly, but I can’t tell you how...

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Studio Tips for Musicians – Headphones

Studio Tips for Musicians – Headphones

Headphones sound better than ever. There are so many choices in feel and sound, and while most studios have headphones for musicians to wear while they’re tracking, I really suggest you find a pair of your own to bring to...

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10 Networking Tips for Musicians and Bands

10 Networking Tips for Musicians and Bands

For most musicians, this is something that most know they should do but feel uncomfortable with or don’t know how to approach. However, it’s something that can open the doors to better shows, a record label, a new sponsor, or...

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How To Pick The Perfect Drumsticks

How To Pick The Perfect Drumsticks

Choosing a drumstick that fits your playing style and dazzle your personality when you are on stage can be hard and is often overlooked since most drummers focus more on finding the perfect drum set or cymbal rather than a...

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How To Deal With Criticism - With Kevin Goetz

How To Deal With Criticism - With Kevin Goetz

Hey, guys! So, some of you UG-ers might know that my recent series of lessons, Musician Psychology, deals primarily with motivation and ways to boost your creativity to levels that are typically only experienced by professional musicians. At this point...

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Pushing Your Limits

Pushing Your Limits

Examples of each topic are given below. All of the examples are meant to inspire you to learn more. There is not really an order or one of more importance. Your goals are up to you and no one else....

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