"It's been a long time since I rock and roll
It's been a long time since I did the stroll
Let me get it back, let me get it back
Let me get it back, baby, where I came from?
It's been a long time, been a long time
Been a long lonely
Lonely, lonely, lonely
Lonely time..." (Rock and Roll - Led Zeppelin)
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Soo, did you notice that @barrioeu &🌞are sharing the same color? Both are standing for lightning and energy... think about that 💛
Re:Calamari is playing this Friday @emmametzler_restaurant
Don’t miss this superb lineup:
Pablo Held, Oli Lutz, Andi Haberl and Wanja Slavin. 📸💛🦋
Artwork Collabo by Clara Sipf & @nonot.studio
As many of you know, How Does He Make You Feel is not a totally brand new song. It’s a rewritten version of another song I released as a demo in 2016, inspired by some very fresh and raw high school emotions. Lyrically, this version is more general and sort of covers some of the romantic drama I’ve observed and gone through over the last three or so years. Inconveniently, I’ve always been able to write my favorite stuff right after some upsetting social dilemma.
So, I musically outsourced for lead guitar, drums, saxophone, and cowbell. I handled the rest of the instruments myself, namely lead/backing vocals, keyboards, bass, rhythm guitar, and even trumpet 🎺! Playing multiple instruments on my own recordings is really fulfilling and enjoyable for me and is the best way for me to transfer what’s in my head to what’s being recorded.
Just two more days now - I am very fully aware that daily promo posts are a bit tedious, but this is just what we as artists are expected to do these days to get the word out. It’s a huge industry, and consistent promo is one of the only ways to try to make a dent. It also happens that I have a lot to say about this one. Thanks again everyone for your support 💜💜💜
I've been eating an apple everyday since I was 8. Not sure why but it's my routine to do creative work.
I also just finished this book by Josh Waitzkin called "The Art Of Learning". I didn't realize thar you can use one action like eating an apple to get into the metal state of "creative work". Call it a trigger or whatever but it does work.
But the best part of the book was the extremely detailed narration of his tai chi cup world cup match in Taiwan. The judges massive bias towards local fighters vs the foreign ones. It makes you realize that tournament was created for tourism rather showcasing of mastery of the martial arts.
That's genius in my opinion.
Taiwanese people are so smart.
So today it happened
Over the last few days brother Ethan got me hooked on fly fishing. After committing to and buying a rod/reel/and flies, I landed my first catch .
We were fishing for rainbow and brown trout. This was a whitefish but all in all I’m happy I landed anything .
Here’s to learning something new
Useful things to know as a music producer:
1. Sound design - Use this to stand out from the crowd, make your music sound unique.
2. Mixing and mastering - Learn the basics about polishing your tracks to get the most out of it.
3. Recording techniques - This is handy information to have when recording in a studio. Can improve productivity in studio and makes your recording quality better.
4. Song arrangement - You need to know how to structure a track to keep your listeners interested (i.e. Intro, verse, buildup, drop etc), but don't be afraid to change it up a bit. Experiment and try to sound unique.
5. Business - As in every field if you enjoy doing something you will need to know how to monetize your stuff so that you can do it full time. So do research how the industry works.
Tell me if I missed anything.
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