I’m quite sure that you’re all feeling SOOOO sorry for me.
If you’ve popped by the site the past week, you have probably noticed that it’s been getting updated again. I may have shed a few tears getting on the plane in Maui, getting off the plane in Vancouver and waking up on Friday morning to find snow covering everything outside… I won’t admit to anything though.
Next IHR Episode
Just to ease any fears out there, I am currently recording / editing episode #96 of Inside Home Recording this weekend. I hope to have something out this coming week. It’s going to be a solo show as I wanted to get something out quickly so that you don’t think I’ve disappeared or abandoned the podcast.
Posts this Past Week
There has been a lot of quality stuff out there in the audio blog world!
If you haven’t visited Ian Shepherd‘s blog lately, head on over there as he’s been posting a blog series since 11/11/11 entitled “11eleven easy ways to improve the sound of your music“. I’ve linked to the first post of the series and you can go from there. Some very sage advice, as always, from Ian.
Karl Winkler over at ProSoundWeb reposted a quiz to “Test Your Knowledge of Microphones” – had a couple of “doh!” moments myself on this one…
Björgvin Benediktsson from Audio Issues goes on a rant about “Why the F@#$ing Software Doesn’t Matter” – we’ve all come across this at one point: Someone judges you and your work by the application that you use or don’t use (i.e. ProTools for example). When he’s not ranting, Björgvin writes some very salient points in “What are the Essential Ingredients of a Great Production?“
Bobby Owsinski’s post “The “Too Much Gear” Flowchart” was too funny to not put on this weeks’ list. He also blogged about a semi-viral video that’s going around of the band One Like Son recording their song “Start the Show” on the iPhone.