You can't expect others to invest in you if you aren't willing to invest in yourself. If you want to play at a higher level, it's time to get some skin in the game!
All the debates about gear, rooms, and techniques come down to this one question.
Which one are you?
Over the holidays I took a break from social media.
The effects are signifcant and extremely beneficial to creative people like us.
You need to take the time to disconnect once in a while... here's why it was so helpful for me.
We all want the same things out of our work: freedom, independence, and a sense that we're utlizing our talents and abilities.
These days we're bombarded with the advice to 'follow your passion' and everything will work out.
But is this the way the world really works? Is following your passion likely to pay off in success?
There's more to it than that.
Finding success isn't just about following your passion... it's about becmoing so good they can't ignore you.
It's the new year, and you've probably got goals and hopes for 2018.
Most of us do, and that's a great thing.
But look... in order to achieve something different this year, you have to do different things.
Are you seeking out and chasing down the things you need to learn in order to grow?
Or are you waking up every day expecting it to magically and automatically find you?
It can be a tricky path to navigate, but there's a counter-intuitive secret behind moving up the ladder and attracting bigger and better clients:
Sometimes all you've gotta do is simply charge more.
So how do you know when it's time to raise your rates?
How do you decide whether you still need to put more hours in or if it's time to step up into a bigger game?
Listen for my thoughts and advice on the psychology of charging more.
It’s kind of ironic, but when I look back at my own life and those around me who are successful, there’s one common thread:
The willingness to suck and still put yourself out there.
So many of us are keeping every idea… and every song… and every mix to ourselves, just tweaking forever and waiting until it’s “perfect” or “good enough” to share.
Yet having the guts to step out in all your sucky glory is the one thing that will propel you forward.
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The car test has long been one of the most important "final checks" for mixing engineers young and old, new and experienced.
Have you ever stopped to think about why checking the mix in the car is so revealing? Why is it so easy to spot problems in our mixes when we take them to the car?
The answers to these questions reveal an uncomfortable truth about our obsession with room acoustics the reality behind getting your mixes to translate.
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During the busiest time in my audio career, I avoided taking one crucial action that would have supercharged my growth.
Ignoring it cost me multiple projects and opportunities over the years.
Listen to find out how to grow your audio business faster and be able to take on a lot more projects in the same amount of time.
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Quit being shy...
The pros know how to be decisive and just "go all the way" in a mix.
Make sure each track earns its place... and if it doesn't, hit MUTE!
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