If you wanted to learn how to shoe a horse, I’m not your guy.

But I would put you in touch with someone who knows how to do it.

Then two things would need to happen:

  1. That person would teach (demonstrate) the process to you.
  2. You would practice…a lot. Read more »

When I sit down to mix an EP or an album, there are two things I aim for: I want to mix the project well, and I want to mix it efficiently.

The two are not mutually exclusive, in fact, you could make the argument that a faster mix could indeed be a better mix. Read more »