5 Mistakes I've made and the lessons they've taught me
We all make mistakes, it’s just human nature. Here are a few I’ve made and the hard earned lessons they taught me. I hated living through each one of these, but freely admit that they’ve made me better at my job, and hopefully a better person too.
5. When introduced to the artist’s wife, don’t say “Sorry I didn’t get to meet you when you dropped (the artist) off here last week.”
Game audio (every sound and musical element in a video game) has grown exponentially from its humble beginnings just a couple of short decades ago. It has become the area of the audio industry that is most driving technological innovation, consumer electronics development and attracting some of the most talented people working in audio today. Read the rest of this entry »
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Mayer Hawthorne, one man band
by Dan Rudin
Just 29 years old, and playing every instrument on his album, Mayer Hawthorne is undeniably a bad-ass. His songs and (self produced) production style sound so close to 60’s soul that it’s hard to believe that this record has only been out for a month. His vocal tone reminds me of early Elvis Costello, but his tracks are pure Smoky Robinson. Read the rest of this entry »
In part 1, I talked about how to approach a first job opportunity. In this installment we’ll look at what is expected of you in your new job and, more importantly, how you might exceed those expectations. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve always loved Sesame Street. Television for children written by smart people. Clever songs by the likes of Bud Lucky and Waylon Jennings. One of my favorite clients (and mentors), Buryl Red, produced the original theme song…. that makes him royalty to me.
So, as this year is the 40th anniversary of Sesame Street, I find this Jimmy Kimmel clip sorely appropriate.