The Real Right Stuff: Virtual Orchestra

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2 minute read πŸ“– The soundtrack was composed by James Everingham and produced by Hans Zimmer and Russell Emanuel, but it is the individual musicians you get to see in the video β€” each focused intensely on their scoresheet, working to keep in sync even though their colleagues are far away. In this strings-only version of Light This Candle, most of the musicians are using Apple’s Logic Pro X as their local DAW and then sent off their raw audio files to then be mixed by the engineers. The editors have creatively made the most of the video submitted by the musicians, which could have been used for reference as well, by mixing in some of the original archival footage from Alan Shepard’s famous moment in history. Scroll through embed below to watch the video.

Ozzy Osbourne: The Bat Facts

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4 minute read πŸ“– Note: This story was originally published by the Des Moines Register Out of more than 18,000 nights in the 50-year history of Veterans Memorial Auditorium (now…

Spotify Playlists 101

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4 minute read πŸ“– The backbone of making a career of music lies directly with your fans. In order to grow your streaming revenue and increase your fanbase, getting onto…

The Shift To Online Content Creation

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3 minute read πŸ“– As the Greek philosopher, Heraclitus said, β€œChange is the only constant in life.” The recording industry is no exception. Just as how recording technology has changed…

ON THE RECORD: At The Speed Of 2,109 BPM

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5 minute read πŸ“– Drummers across the world long for the chance to showcase their abilities, because that’s just what drummers do. However, only one drummer can be the fastest and that title belongs to Siddarth Nagarajan of Chennai, India. He currently holds the Guinness World Record for Most Drumbeats In A Minute Using Drumsticks with 2,109 beats in just 60 seconds set on February 14, 2017. We’ve caught up with Nagarajan to find out what more about his record attempt, his family and what really makes him tick.

The Evolution of Recording Mediums

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12 minute read πŸ“– The recording industry, as many other industries, has fallen to the mercy of the never ending technical innovation and progression. Over and over again has the…

ON THE RECORD: Ultra Marathon Of Drumming

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5 minute read πŸ“– While some records can be broken in 30 seconds or less, others take just a bit more time. Steve Gaul, a drummer from Ontario, Canada, has gone above and beyond to set a Guinness World Record for Longest Marathon Drumming By An Individual at a staggering 134 hours, or over 5 Β½ days ending on August 19, 2015! He knew it would be a challenge like no other, but he had a secret weapon to push him to the limit.

All About Managers

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5 minute read πŸ“– Managers vs Artists The music business is a crazy place. It is a field based on selling art and is an industry with all of its…
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