There’s a growing trend in “gear talk” these days that it doesn’t matter what gear you buy. It all pretty much sounds the same. That spending thousands on mic preamps or A/D converters is a waste of money. That any $100 interface will be “good enough” and that everyone selling you anything “better” is snake oil or advertising B.S.
I bring this topic up because there’s a few people I know that seem to thrive on “debate” when it comes to pro audio. And I will admit, just like most of them, I enjoy the debate very much. I love discussing things that I am passionate about and I am certainly passionate about music and how to work with and manipulate it.
You’re NOT Judged By The Quality of Your Excuses, But by the Quantity of Them!!!!
How many times has someone shown up late to a session and it didn’t bother you at all? Maybe they’re a bit late turning in a Mix or a Mastering project? It happens. And it rarely matters when it happens…rarely.
Is music a drug? Obviously, I’m not going to get into describing something as abstract as music or any art as being a pharmaceutical but one thing is quite clear. People use recreational drugs to change their current state of consciousness. For good or for bad.
Kenny's Tip of the Day - Stop Looking for a “Great” Hammer!!!
Yes. We all do it. We’re all looking for that perfect tool that will bring our productions, our mixes, even our masters to the next level. It’s normal. Almost necessary. But only almost.