One Simple Way To “Buy Time” While You Learn To Be a Great Engineer

One simple way to buy time until you become a better recording engineer

I was teaching a group of High School students how to record and edit in Pro Tools this weekend.  One thing I said that really struck a chord. Something I’ve been trying to do for over 25 years. Learning to mix is one thing.  It’s important for sure.  You have to know how to create… Continue reading One Simple Way To “Buy Time” While You Learn To Be a Great Engineer

Keeping Creativity Alive In Engineering (Part 2) – From An Engineer’s Journal

This is the second set of tips to help you stay creative and passionate in spite of the many things that can distract you from why you started engineering in the first place. To check out part 1 of this series, click HERE. So as we’ve said in part 1, remaining creative and happy as… Continue reading Keeping Creativity Alive In Engineering (Part 2) – From An Engineer’s Journal

Keeping Creativity Alive In Engineering (Part 1) – From An Engineer’s Journal – How Coffee Helps You Mix.

As an engineer/producer life is full of deadlines, scheduling, mix revisions, invoices, and details. These are all incredibly important things but getting “tied up” in them can lead to losing sight of why we started engineering in the first place. I’ve had many conversations about this topic with other professional engineers. So I thought I… Continue reading Keeping Creativity Alive In Engineering (Part 1) – From An Engineer’s Journal – How Coffee Helps You Mix.