Your Guide to Everything Reverb

Griffin Brown
October 4th, 2017

In this article, we cover all things reverb. From the anatomy of reverberation to historical techniques to modern day software solutions and best practices.

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Be A Pioneer, Stop Making DJ Mixes

Rain Robinson
October 2nd, 2017

In this article, we discuss why producers should focus on production and not on DJ mixes and DJ skills and how bookings come from the strength of the music.

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Audio Lingo 101 & How to Deal with Everyone’s Feedback

Griffin Brown
June 14th, 2017

The clock strikes midnight. You’ve haven’t gotten up for 3 days working on this mix. Or at least that’s what it feels like. You’re up to your ears in EQs and compressors and come to a startling conclusion: “I don’t know what this sounds like anymore.” Your reference for balance is skewed. You can’t tell if what you’re doing is … Read More

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Time Management For Producers: 6 Tips On Working Like A Pro

Joey Tuholski
June 15th, 2017

Hey. 👋 I will mainly be talking about my personal experience throughout this article, but will also include advice from some of our own artists at Heroic and more. “Okay, but who the heck are you and why should I listen to you?” So a little about me then… I want to start off by saying that I am not … Read More

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Collab

Collab bro? The art of strategic partnership for mutual growth

Jeffrey Yau & Ruth Jiang
May 3rd, 2017

Collaborations. There’s something about that word that’s so intrinsic and unique to electronic music and the culture. You don’t often see rock musicians or heavy metal bands teaming up on tracks. But in electronic music? It happens all the time. Whether it’s Porter Robinson & Madeon working out of a professional studio or two regular bedroom producers working thousands of … Read More

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The Ultimate & Definitive Guide to Distortion

Griffin Brown
April 10th, 2017

The Good, The Bad, and the Nasty Distortion, when unwanted, is the bane of the producer or engineer. It can destroy the way something sounds, and mask other elements by distracting the listener or introducing conflicting frequencies. When used intentionally, however, it can be a useful tool to give your mix some extra life. In this article, I’ll be touching … Read More

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