Posts Tagged ‘learning’

Intense Tech With Defense Mech – Let’s Mix It Up (and Down)!

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Hello again, and welcome back to another edition of Intense Tech! This month, let’s take a look at some different ways to consider mixing in LSDj. After reading this article, I hope you’ll have some new ways to think about working with the volumes, stereo panning, and frequency ranges of your instruments to make them shine throughout your tracks! Let’s dig in!

Art by @dethrood.

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Leveling Up Your Artistic Identity – Episode VIII: Nurturing Your Creation

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This column has put a lot of focus on developing a healthy appreciation for your own work. One very important question remains to be asked, though. After spending so much time building up our artistic identity from the ground up, we need to ask: what is the ultimate goal? What exactly does ‘the end’ look like? If you don’t know the answer, that’s okay. This question is less about provoking existential dread and more about contemplating the future—which is always in motion. However, as fortune would have it, we have a great deal of influence on the present. Appropriately, in this final episode of Leveling Up Your Artistic Identity, we’re going to look at some future-proofing essentials.

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Leveling Up Your Artistic Identity – Episode VII: Making Connections

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Networking is a subject that has come up more than a few times in this column. While many of the prior episodes have focused on the all-important mainstay of your listener base, they are not the only factor to consider. The communities adjacent to your music are every bit as important as your fellow peers can have a profound impact on how your music circulates. Since you never know who possesses that kind of clout, being a cyber-hermit is simply not an option.

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