Since writing about RekordBox’s lack of midi support a few weeks back, I’ve put a fair amount of effort into finding a more flexible and accurate hardware solution. The good news is that I found a few of them.
I keep pretty close track of MK837’s sales, but this weekend I decided to review our top sellers for the year so far. What I found were a handful of older tracks and releases were still selling quite well by our standards. It looks like we have a long tail.
You may not have heard of Joey Davis, the man behind Yoshida, before. For me, I’ve been following his music career for about twenty years now. Take a walk with me down memory lane as we celebrate his latest release.
I’m putting together a hybrid DJ setup, but I won’t be using Rekordbox and I’d really like to. Is a midi clock really too much to ask for?
Dave Richards returns to talk about how to effectively use Soundcloud as part of your demo strategy in the second part of his series on demos.
Creating an effective demo can be a challenge. This series should be able to help you make a rock solid demo that will help get your music signed. Today we’ll discuss some high-leve topics like goals, relationships and knowledge.
A few months ago, I was doubting several things about my own productions and the label. I needed a reminder of just why I was still trying to push on music when my life is jam packed with other family life issues, a day job with a long commute and more. During this time, I received an email from a fan and that was all I needed to snap out of my funk.
We’ve all been there. We all know the struggle. We know what it feels like to wonder if anybody cares about our music. We create. We post. Sometimes someone shares …