I did a reader poll a few months ago asking what you as the reader would like to see more of, and it was very helpful. Hopefully you’ve seen how I’ve implemented some of your suggestions.

I’ve tried to keep a pretty balance video-to-article ratio, and I’ve added more product-related content.

What next?

I’ve got a list of ideas for the next few months, but I’d really love your feedback. If you enjoy this blog, please let me know what I can do to make it better. You can do so in the comments section below.

Check this out

I got a lot of good feedback from two videos I posted – Intro to EQ and Intro to Compression. As you can see, these videos merely scratch the surface of everything involved with EQ and compression (and mixing and editing in general).

In thinking through all this, I think it might be a great idea to release a series of eBooks on these and similar topics. These eBooks would dive more in-depth into each topic, much deeper than I could feasibly go here on the blog. In addition, they would include a lot of videos to “flesh out” each concept as we go through them. In fact, I could even provide audio and session files, so you could follow right along with the videos.

In addition, I could also set up a special online forum specifically for answering questions that arise as you work through the material.

Question for you

Do you like this idea? Would you be interested? Would this be something you’d pay for? If so, how much? Also, would you prefer to have all the material at once (one download), or would you rather receive a new section every week?

Please don’t worry. These eBook/video products will in no way interfere with Home Studio Corner itself. I will continue to provide consistent, helpful content for free right here on the blog. You are welcome to enjoy as much of the free content as you want, as long as you want.

However, I know there are some of you out there that would like to delve a bit deeper into some of these concepts, and I’d like to offer that to you.

Thanks for reading. Please leave a comment with your feedback. If you’re uncomfortable with leaving a comment, that’s fine. You’re welcome to send me an email – joe [at] homestudiocorner.com. Thanks!!