It’s difficult to appreciate now, but from an audio production standpoint, almost everything about “The Joshua Tree” was antithetical to the prevailing norms of 1987.
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Perhaps the most important bias in our tone is the cognitive one.
The single by Drop Dead Sunset
“If we studied any other creature in nature and found the record of intra-species violence that human beings have, we would be repulsed by it. We’d view it as a great perversion of natural law – but we wouldn’t deny it.”
— Gavin De Becker
A post apocalyptic psychedelic blues ballad from the point of view of a mother trying to explain to her child why it happened.
Music producers who work exclusively in the digital domain seem to be obsessed with “analog vibe and character.”
As computers become more powerful, the quest for convincing “analog emulation” is more intense than ever, but there are still misconceptions about the underlying technologies and their inherent applications. Discover why it has taken so long to convincingly bridge the divide.
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New Single By Drop Dead Sunset. Odysseus may have resisted the Sirens, but he never encountered the 21st century smart phone…