Monthly Archives: September 2015

Reframing the Recording Paradigm

Less than fifteen years ago, million dollar recording budgets were still common in the music industry. Today, only a handful of the most successful performers have access to such resources. Modern recording budgets are generally smaller and hover in the … Continue reading

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The Anatomy, Physiology and Function of “Wake Me Up”

Not long ago, I heard a song that was released in 2014 by an artist named Avicii called “Wake Me Up”.┬áIt’s well written, efficiently constructed (in the same way a pre-fabricated plastic shed one might purchase at Home Depot is … Continue reading

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