Good Morning! Long time no speak! Got some new stuff I’ve been working on but in the meantime I think this track is going to do really well! Have a listen…
up late last night editing. Really getting a solid workflow down. I think everyone has their own but mine is really working for me right now. don’t have any decent pictures to share regarding this so here’s a picture of ehm dog! That’s not his real name, it’s Ludo but I kinda prefer ehm dog!
Just found this beautiful little synth that I will be playing around with for my next track. Continue reading
I’ve spent a fair amount of time on this track and I’m fairly happy with it. First one I’ve seen all the way through for a while so it was fun to get into the mastering side again. Snuck a little sample in from one of my favourite anime series. Kudos to anyone who can tell me what it’s from???
Have a listen let me know what you think.
I’m just putting the finishing touches to my latest track I’ve nick named photocopiers’ Revenge. Continue reading
As a songwriter Pandora paid me $16.89* for 1,159,000 play of “Low” last quarter. Less than I make from a single T-shirt sale. Okay that’s a slight exaggeration. That’s only the premium multi-color long sleeve shirts and that’s only at venues that don’t take commission. But still.
Soon you will be hearing from Pandora how they need Congress to change the way royalties are calculated so that they can pay much much less to songwriters and performers. For you civilians webcasting rates are “compulsory” rates. They are set by the government (crazy, right?). Further since they are compulsory royalties, artists can not “opt out” of a service like Pandora even if they think Pandora doesn’t pay them enough. The majority of songwriters have their rates set by the government, too, in the form of the ASCAP and BMI rate courts–a single judge gets to decide the fate of songwriters (technically not…
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2013 is shaping up to be a landmark year for electronic music.