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On this episode, I did a reverse intro. We also talked about songwriting…and iLoks…

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Inspiration is overrated.

Yesterday morning I walked into the studio and really didn’t feel like writing a song.

But I did.

Why? Because if I wait around until I’m feeling “inspired” to write, I will write approximately two songs per year, and I have to record another EP next month. I can’t wait.

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On this 200th EPISODE, I share three areas where I’ve evolved and changed my mind over the years. And I answer questions about pirating plugins and getting musicians to chill out.

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My Why I Don’t Pirate Plugins video.

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In this episode, I answer lots of good questions, including one about making time for music with a new baby. 🙂

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I was sitting on my deck listening to an album I hadn’t listened to in a while. My first impression of the music was the impression I always have when I hear new, well-produced music.

It felt big. It felt larger than life. It had energy.

Then I started listening to it like a mix engineer.

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I had an email exchange with a client earlier this week I thought I’d share with you.

Mike has hired me to mix and master a few of his songs as well as record and produce some from scratch. As with a lot of my clients, Mike doesn’t live in Nashville, so we do all our work remotely. Mike expressed to me in a recent email that while he loves writing and recording songs, he hates “the drudgery of long hours of filling a song out with virtual instruments when I can’t play the real instrument at all or very well.”

That really struck a chord with me. So many people I interact with struggle with the same thing, but they don’t really know it. They think that just because they can do everything on a project, that means they should.

Here’s a part of my reply to Mike:

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In this episode, I share a mix from Frankie Barranco’s latest EP that I produced, mixed, and mastered.

Listen to the EP on Apple Music/iTunes and Spotify and follow Frankie on Facebook.

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